Democrats say they will field twice as many challengers in state races this November as they did two years ago.

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This week’s Post stories of interest to readers in Prince William County.

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A roundup of news from the Washington region.

  • — Fredrick Kunkle, — Luz Lazo, — Martin Weil
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Three Clarksburg houses were damaged as the flames spread.

The former secretary of state will teach under a new initiative.

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Democrats say they will field twice as many challengers in state races this November as they did two years ago.

As the opioid epidemic grows, hospitals see a spike in infants who were exposed in the womb.

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Council member emerges as point man in “Hands Off DC” fight to combat congressional interference

The school enrolls 135 students with severe physical and intellectual needs.

D.C. public school focuses on the success of black and Latino students.

KIPP DC schools has reduced its hours thanks to a competitive market for the best teachers.

Slightly cooler tomorrow, especially near the water. But who can complain about 60 degrees in February?

My attempt to resurrect one version of a once-famous dessert was tasty, not pretty.

The measure is a response by some lawmakers to Gov. Larry Hogan’s executive order to start school after Labor Day.

Woman used a bat in beating of 63-year-old man in Northeast, police say

A new blast of torrential rain raises the specter of a serious flooding event.

Police said the shooting stemmed from a dispute at a house party, but few other details were available.

Kids find several antlers male deer had left behind.

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We’ve got another shot at touching 70 today as this month keeps getting warmer.

Two adults show elevated CO levels.

Man was outside vehicle, trying to stop it.

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