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Police offer $25,000 for tips in fatal shooting in Prince George’s

A man was shot and killed in 6300 block of New Hampshire Avenue in the early hours of Sunday morning, police said.

Man charged in one of Fairfax County’s largest-ever embezzlement cases

Carlos Camacho was charged with embezzling millions of dollars from a company that owns commercial real estate.

Police impersonator arrested on same charge in Montgomery County, Md.

Investigators allege Joshua Taber had a cache of weapons, fake IDs in a hotel room and a tricked-out Chevy Tahoe.

Man fatally shot in tent used by homeless people at Thomas Circle

Police said they were looking for a person in their 30s, wearing a white and gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, white sneakers.

Thunderstorms in the D.C. area knock out power, flood roads

The storm stranded dozens of passengers overnight at Reagan National Airport.

Missing foster children are often gone for over a month, report says

Children who go missing from foster care in the United States are typically gone for more than a month before being found, according to a new federal report highlighting the vulnerabilities of a group whose disappearances rarely make headlines.

Va. lawmakers voted to dissolve a troubled town. Can residents save it?

The town of Pound, Va., is a worst-case scenario of local government gone wrong. Now the town stands to lose its charter unless local leaders can put aside differences and work together.

Storms leave behind scattered damage, 20,000 outages

Flood warnings are in effect overnight due to high water near area streams as cooler air arrives

He beat the best-funded GOP candidate in Virginia’s 10th. Meet Hung Cao.

Hung Cao — a Vietnamese refugee, Navy veteran and first-time candidate — surprised political insiders, considering he had little name recognition.

Confederate flag found at Md. high school, sparking investigation

The flag was found hanging from a flagpole outside La Plata High School on Thursday morning, authorities said.

Van Hollen discharged from the hospital, recovering from minor stroke

Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) plans to return to the Senate this week, his office said.

Special police officer fatally shot in Southeast Washington

A 33-year-old man working as a special police officer was fatally shot in Southeast shortly after midnight Sunday, D.C. police said.

Megabus rolls over on I-95 northeast of Baltimore, sending 15 to hospital

A Megabus rolled over near Baltimore as it was heading south on I-95 Sunday morning, sending 15 people to the hospital, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.

Better late than never: Straggler cicadas are emerging from the earth

Billions of cicadas partied last year. A few got the date wrong.

Virginia budget negotiators signal they are close to a deal

Details on what’s in the compromise being hashed out by a handful of senators and delegates remain a closely guarded secret, since the General Assembly is in a special session, with most legislators back home in their districts instead of Richmond, where the dealmaking is underway.
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D.C.-area forecast: The heat is gone, and cool, showery weather takes over

There are daily chances of rain through Friday.

May 23 morning weather update