Mark C. Yantsos pleaded guilty to sexual abuse of a minor as part of deal with prosecutors.
The autumn equinox was Friday, when night and day have essentially equal length.
Fatal incident occurred on Executive Avenue, police say.
Known as the Cowgirls of Color, the foursome are a rare all-female team competing in the Bill Pickett Rodeo, the country’s only African American touring rodeo competition.
Ex-officials will pay $659,000; funds will go to a different D.C. charter school.
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Pay no attention to the seasonal change. We've got summer like weather for the foreseeable future.
in the 1880s, you could drink and shoot pool at McCormick’s Wine & Billiard Palace.
Again and again and again the harshest of winds and hardest of rains has pounded on the most-defenseless territories we have. We are under siege.
Trees standing for 80 years or longer could come down as early as Monday morning
Maryland’s maximum $60,000 compensation won’t cover relocation costs, they say.
Zaire Kelly, 16, stabbed a would-be robber, who then shot the teen, police said.
The Maryland governor’s splashy proposals on roads and Metro undercut Democrats’ strategy to oust him.
Changes in Maria's forecast track will need to be monitored closely over the next few days.
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A mayor made a private pitch.
We might hit 90 over the next few days.
There'll be few complaints about these conditions.
Matthew Gorman admitted paying William A. Campos on multiple occasions.
D.C.’s top health regulator was “very upset” in March by the quality of care at the city’s only public hospital, an official says.
Board asks county’s Heritage Commission to recommend ways to address the issue.
The decision follows local resistance to an approved route along Carver Road in Prince William County.