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D.C. residents celebrate new supermarket east of the Anacostia River

The Lidl food market is the first grocery store to open east of the Anacostia River in 15 years.

Man is killed on Amtrak tracks in Prince George’s, county police say

The incident occurred about 5 p.m. near the New Carrollton station.

Va. students walk out of classes in protest of Youngkin transgender policy

The Virginia student walkouts organized by the Pride Liberation Project, a statewide LGBTQ youth advocacy group, were scheduled throughout the day on campuses across the state.

Man charged with murder in June shooting, Pr. George’s police say

Travon Marquis Ingram has been charged with murder in the shooting of Deangelo Deonte Johnson, Prince George's County police said.

Student charged with bringing ghost gun to Prince George’s school

A 17-year-old Prince George’s County high school student was criminally charged as an adult after officials found a loaded ghost gun in his backpack.

‘I hope you suffer’: Ex-D.C. officer confronts Jan. 6 attacker in court

Kyle Young was sentenced to seven years and two months in prison for the attack on police officer Michael Fanone, who was dragged into the mob and beaten.

Police ID man fatally shot in Northeast Washington

The incident occurred in the 1200 block of Meigs Place NE, D.C. police said.

Man’s death ruled a homicide after shooting, vehicle crash in D.C.

Police initially said the victim's death might have been caused only by the crash, but an autopsy showed that he had been shot.

Maine man convicted of assaulting multiple officers in Jan. 6 riot

Kyle Fitzsimons, wearing a personalized butcher’s coat, was captured on video hurling a bow and fighting officers.

Jan. 6 committee postpones planned hearing as Hurricane Ian advances

It’s unclear when the much-anticipated daytime hearing will be rescheduled.

Female lion euthanized at National Zoo

The National Zoo's elderly lioness, Nababiep, who suffered from kidney disease and dental problems, was euthanized Monday.

Couple accused of peddling nuclear sub secrets face stiffer penalties

The pair first pleaded guilty earlier this year, but U.S. District Judge Gina M. Groh threw out those agreements, calling them too lenient.

Man sought in killing shoots at D.C. police, eludes capture

Police said at midday that they believed the man, 27-year-old Avery Miler, was still in the Capitol View and Grant Park neighborhoods.

With scoop by scoop of soil, Alexandria remembers lynched Black teens

A soil-collection ceremony honored the lives of Joseph McCoy and Benjamin Thomas, two Black teenagers who were lynched in Old Town Alexandria.

D.C.-area forecast: Awesome fall weather goes on with pleasant days, cool nights

The remnants of Hurricane Ian could bring rain to the region this weekend.
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PM Update: Seasonably cool but still pleasant through Wednesday

Most spots dip into the 40s tonight. Near 70 again tomorrow.

September 27 morning weather update

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