D.C., Md. & Va.

(Carolyn Kaster/AP)
(Carolyn Kaster/AP)

Buttigieg casts proposed transportation budget as down payment on infrastructure

The $25.6 billion budget proposal includes funds for transit, rail and efforts on racial justice.

So long, Gate 35X: New Reagan National concourse a bright spot as travel rebounds across D.C. region

American Airlines will begin service out of the new 14-gate concourse on Tuesday.

New charter schools want to open in D.C. Does the city need them?

The charter board will vote on five applicants on Tuesday.

Sens. Kaine and Warner want to make Virginia’s gun restrictions go national

On the eve of the Virginia Tech shooting anniversary, the senators have refiled their “Virginia Plan.”

PM Update: Cool tonight and tomorrow, with a bit of a wind chill for April

Temperatures struggle for 60 as we close out the work week.

Maryland businesses hurt by Purple Line construction eligible for $2.5 million in aid

State lawmaker says the financial help will come over the next three fiscal years.

This list said D.C. is the absolute worst in the entire nation. Maybe it’s right.

The District has so much going for it, from cherry blossoms to museums to music. But when it comes to being a state, we’ve got nothing on the others.

Republican Barry Glassman running for Maryland comptroller

Glassman has served two terms as Harford County executive.

EPA lends D.C. $156 million to replace century-old water mains across the city

The city will remove some lead pipes and pipes prone to water main breaks, officials said.

Montgomery County, Md., reports progress in closing racial gaps in vaccinations

About 60 percent of Black and Latino residents above 65 have been vaccinated, officials say.

Hurting in Windsor: How a viral police pepper-spray incident has illuminated racial tensions in a small Virginia town

Caught in an unflattering national spotlight, residents hope something better can come from an ugly police encounter.

VMI selects first Black superintendent as racial climate comes under scrutiny

Cedric T. Wins, a retired Army major general and 1985 VMI graduate, has been leading the school as interim superintendent since November.

D.C. firefighters rescue residents from balconies of burning apartment building in Northwest Washington

One woman was seriously injured in the fire in the 1400 block of V Street NW.

Grading our winter outlook: Our forecast was slightly better than mediocre

Our outlook called for it to be slightly warmer than it actually was, and we predicted a little too much snow.
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Arrest announced after woman was killed in road rage incident April 2 in Riverdale, police say

Keya Beale, 50, was found in the passenger seat of a car and pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said.

Pedestrian struck and killed in Prince George’s County

He was hit by a van along the Beltway near Kenilworth Avenue.

Man fatally shot in Laurel area

The shooting happened along Larchdale Road, Prince George’s County police said.

She didn’t get to wear her wedding dress because of the pandemic. So she put it on to get her vaccine.

"Things have been really dark and the idea of getting a vaccine is such a bright moment,” said Sarah Studley.
  • 14 hours ago

Third attempt to tighten Md.’s public-private partnership law fails in Senate

Opponents of adding toll lanes to the Beltway and Interstate 270 say the state should better scrutinize decades-long deals worth billions.
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PM Update: Cool tonight and tomorrow, with a bit of a wind chill for April

Temperatures struggle for 60 as we close out the work week.