A new political action group taking aim at Virginia’s biggest utility claims that customers of Dominion Energy pay excess rates of $254 a year because of poor state oversight.
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Authorities are warning residents to be careful when ordering Christmas gifts online and recommend that shoppers require a signature for delivery or have items shipped to their workplace.

Bill would also increase penalties for bump stocks and large-capacity gun magazines.

Police arrested and charged a 36-year-old man in the crash.

Maryland resident, 45, is charged with first-degree murder.

The D.C. region has seen record-setting levels of rainfall for 2018.

Wendy Martinez was stabbed in a random and unprovoked September attack.

Broad Creek, Piscataway Creek appear to be affected.

Pepco blames cable problem.

The project, which would take three years, was endorsed by Baltimore’s mayor and would keep the second leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown in the city, making the 110-acre campus accessible during non-racing days and potentially transforming nearby neighborhoods.

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Fairfax County in Virginia became the latest to join an expansion into the suburbs.

After widespread amounts of 3 to 4 inches, the rain should end by this evening.

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Police said Curtis Davis was fatally shot in the 1100 block of 1st Street NW.

It was 1872 and the commander-in-chief kept riding his horse too fast through the streets of Washington.

Area residents show resourcefulness, resentment at another rainy day.

Emily Butler was found dead in her cell from apparent suicide in November 2017.

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Mr. Conklin’s design of the Navy Memorial on Pennsylvania Avenue helped revive the Penn Quarter neighborhood.

“This is where we find out who the real birders are every year,” the D.C. Audubon Society president said.

East of the Anacostia River “a lot of folks . . . are not even aware of these scooters”

An unprecedented series of heavy rain events helped make history.

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