D.C., Md. & Va.

Watch a cheetah cub get bottle-fed at National Zoo’s sister facility

A male baby cheetah was born Sept. 16 and abandoned by its mom, officials said. Its two siblings were stillborn.

School bus stuck in sink hole in Montgomery County

Students were safely evacuated from the bus.

Protesters press Congress for path to citizenship as Democrats’ plan hits obstacle

Immigrants, advocates and community members marched in D.C. to demand that Congress include a pathway to citizenship in the budget reconciliation package.

Maryland man arrested and charged in August slaying of woman in D.C.

Christian Monge, of Hyattsville, was charged with second degree murder while armed.

D.C.-area forecast: Occasional showers and storms through tomorrow, then a fabulous fall Friday and weekend

Fall officially arrives today with some fanfare, as a cold front brings the potential for heavy downpours tonight into Thursday.

Security guard is fatally shot in District

Continued violence in D.C. neighborhoods frustrates police and residents.

Female security guard slain in Southeast, D.C. police say

Victim was ‘special police officer,’ police said, but it was unclear if she was armed.

Youth found shot after fight in Alexandria, police say

Wounds are said to be non-lifethreatening, according to police

Two sisters recall civil rights activism, and ponder preparing the next generation

Dorie and Joyce Ladner have witnessed the nation’s racial struggles. They want young people to understand what lies ahead.

What to know about school masks, staff vaccines and quarantines in the D.C. area

School officials have spent months refining guidelines and other strategies to try to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

PM Update: Downpours return to parts of the area through Wednesday

A rainy few days is on tap as a strong cold front lumbers toward the region.

It’s not a matter of if. The walls in these houses do talk, through hidden messages.

Carpenters often like to sign their work, even if no one will see it. Usually.

The end of ‘Dave Thomas Circle’ arrives as Wendy’s shuts doors at an infamous D.C. intersection

The city used eminent domain to acquire the property, where it is planning a $35 million remake of the treacherous roundabout.

D.C. officer who shot a reportedly armed man is identified as a lieutenant

Police said the man wounded in the shooting had refused to drop a firearm.

Imam charged with sexually assaulting girl who sought his help, police say

Said Shirzadi, 36, serves as imam at Annandale’s Mustafa Center.

Metro considers another round of lower fares to lure riders back

The transit agency is once again considering restructuring fares after Metro’s board passed discounts and fee waivers for bus and rail customers in June.

D.C.-area forecast: Warm with considerable clouds today; some rain on the way for Wednesday into Thursday

Rain and clouds should clear out in time for a fine Friday and wonderful weekend.
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Family spots wild zebras of Prince George’s, according to dad’s account

Before Sunday success, a Saturday effort had failed, former White House aide says.

Same robbers carry out seven holdups Saturday in NW, D.C. police say

The robberies occurred within three hours early Saturday, according to police.

Post-Schar School poll: Northam’s popularity waning during final months as Virginia governor

The governor receives positive marks in handling the economy and the coronavirus pandemic. But his weak image could hurt Democrats in November.
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D.C.-area forecast: Occasional showers and storms through tomorrow, then a fabulous fall Friday and weekend

Fall officially arrives today with some fanfare, as a cold front brings the potential for heavy downpours tonight into Thursday.