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St. Elizabeths’ delayed response to coronavirus contributed to 18 deaths, report says

D.C.’s public psychiatric facility again came under criticism from advocates who allege it didn’t do enough to protect its patients.

J&J vaccine to boost supply in Maryland, Virginia this week as appointments remain scarce

A vaccine wait list for D.C. teenagers with qualifying conditions closed after just one day because of high demand.

National Park Service predicts cherry blossom peak bloom period of April 2-5

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, visitors will be discouraged from going to the Tidal Basin but the National Cherry Blossom Festival is organizing other events to celebrate the bloom.

The vaccination system is awful, you say? Try getting a housing voucher or U.S. citizenship.

Americans of means are learning what it feels like to rely on a dysfunctional, government program for a vital need.

PM Update: Wintry winds are back as it stays cold through Tuesday

Wind chills try for the teens tonight. Temperatures are close to 10 degrees below normal tomorrow.

How George Floyd’s death is fueling a push for affordable housing in mostly White parts of D.C.

A national racial reckoning has civic groups calling for zoning changes to right past wrongs.

In Leonardtown, Md., final recognition for a ‘witch’ who died 300 years ago

The legend of Moll Dyer — and her curse — has been passed down for generations.

Man killed in head-on car crash in Clinton, Md.

The driver crossed into oncoming traffic in Prince George’s County before striking a van, police said.

Pedestrian killed in Landover

The woman was struck on Martin Luther King Jr. Highway, according to police.

Police identify Temple Hills man slain Saturday in Prince George’s

The victim was found in the Hillcrest Heights area.

More than 1 million coronavirus cases reported in D.C., Maryland and Virginia

About 1 in every 15 people have tested positive for the virus a year into the pandemic.

A Texas-type blackout or water crisis is unlikely in the region. But we’re not in the clear.

D.C. area’s power grid is much more resilient than that of Lone Star State; flooding is a worry.

VCU student from Loudoun dies in Richmond, authorities say

His cousin calls him “amazing” young man. Police are investigating, the university says.

PM Update: Fog and some more rain overnight. Drying out but windy on Monday.

A few hours of dense fog is possible before more rain moves in after midnight.
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Do you ever wonder what your life would be like if you took the path not taken?

What might have been: I still think about a mysterious letter from years ago.

Coronavirus vaccine sign-up opens for D.C. residents age 16 and 17 with health conditions

Those on the waitlist will be notified when a vaccine becomes available, Children’s National Hospital says.

‘They got back to us’: How one school built trust and got reluctant parents to return

The experiences at Patterson show the significant hurdles as D.C. attempts to equitably reopen school buildings.

Rear wall of D.C. home collapses; no injuries reported

No one was home at the time, and no one was injured, a D.C. fire department spokesman said.

At least take down the razor wire: D.C. residents, lawmakers chafe at Capitol fence

The barrier that was erected after the Jan. 6 Capitol breach is disrupting life for residents of the neighborhood and the city.
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PM Update: Wintry winds are back as it stays cold through Tuesday

Wind chills try for the teens tonight. Temperatures are close to 10 degrees below normal tomorrow.