Ex-mayor of Baltimore sentenced to 3 years in prison in ‘Healthy Holly’ case

Catherine Pugh used her self-published “Healthy Holly” children’s books to orchestrate a scheme in which she generated more than $800,000 in income while failing to deliver tens of thousands of copies of the books to schools.
Jessica Puentes speaks Saturday during a discussion for undecided voters at the SideBar pub and restaurant in Leesburg, Va. (Pete Marovich for The Post)
Jessica Puentes speaks Saturday during a discussion for undecided voters at the SideBar pub and restaurant in Leesburg, Va. (Pete Marovich for The Post)

In Virginia, seeking a Sanders alternative but lukewarm on Super Tuesday choices

Suburban Virginians were key to recent Democratic victories, but these voters are at a loss over whom to support.

D.C. seeks to ban ‘ghost gun’ kits as seizures of homemade weapons soar

Police in some other cities are also seeing more of the guns that are built from kits that can be purchased without background checks and produce an untraceable weapon.

Gov. Hogan opposed to ending ICE’s warrantless access to Maryland driver’s license database

Democrats called ICE’s “unfettered access” to information on 7 million people a “terrifying” prospect.
The state police pursued a driver from I-66 to the Sterling area of Loudoun County, where the driver was wounded.
Democratic presidential candidates to hold rallies in Virginia ahead of the March 3 primary.
The principal in Lothian said the school “will not accept bias-motivated actions.”
The decision by the District Department of Transportation means that starting April 1, only Jump, Lyft, Skip and Spin will be allowed to operate in the city.
A D.C. judge ordered Giles Warrick jailed as he awaits trial on murder, sex assault charges.

The incident took place on Alabama Avenue near Suitland Parkway
Letter adds to signs of Justice Department turmoil over attorney general’s handling of Roger Stone, other Trump-related prosecutions.
Catherine Hoggle has been ruled mentally unfit for trial in the 2014 disappearance of Jacob, 2, and Sarah, 3.
Lawmakers celebrated the statue’s arrival as a step toward statehood for the District.
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