(The Washington Post)
(The Washington Post)

ER outreach for opioid users works in many cities. In D.C., it’s off to a slow start.

Since it began operating in late April, the city’s program has connected only a small number of patients with treatment, according to records and interviews with District officials, treatment providers and outreach workers.

Md. voters narrowly favor D.C. statehood, according to Post-U.-Md. poll

The results appeared to support the view of some statehood advocates that people who are most familiar with the District — such as those who live next door — are more supportive of statehood.
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Federal land employees were threatened or assaulted 360 times in recent years, GAO says

The range of intimidation included attempted murder. Employees of four federal agencies said they don’t always report threats.

The proposal would have excluded membership to anyone who is a member of any other ethnic caucus.

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Witches? Goblins? Nope. The horror of addiction is what scares these folks in Maryland the most.

This comes nearly 10 months after the former chief announced his retirement

The officer had a green light, but had not activated his siren, Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. said.


The blaze broke out at a strip mall along Belle View Boulevard.

The victim was shot Saturday afternoon in the Garfield Heights neighborhood.

Both stabbing victims were flown to a hospital with serious injuries.

The two rain events will help us further eat away at the drought.

One of the first civil rights sit-ins protested a segregated library. The charges lingered unresolved.

The two went to a firehouse in Southeast to seek help.

Police said there was no threat to the public.

The protocol was among the first nationally to tie student performance to educator pay and job security.

More than an inch of rain has fallen across much of the region today.

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Pink and green light bathes the neighbors of 1441 L St. NW.

The killing of Mamadou Bailo Bah appears to be a “completely random incident,” and police are asking for the public’s help to solve the case.

Officers were sent for a welfare check, police said.

The acknowledged abuse occurred sometime between 1992 and 1995, the diocese said.

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