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Here’s what you need to know to get around the Washington region this Memorial Day weekend
Road closures in downtown will make car travel especially difficult, and Metro track work will affect transit operations.

Some businesses along the Purple Line will get help to survive its construction
The $500,000 from Montgomery and Prince George's counties will go to signs and marketing to keep customers coming, officials say.

Off-duty police officer shoots a man following a fight in Northern Virginia
The officer confronted a group of people fleeing the fight, police said.

This mother wants you to see a disturbing photo of her fatally-shot daughter. Maybe it’s time
Nardyne Jefferies has tried for years to show the public what gun violence really looks like.

Families of missing women submit DNA to help identify skeletal remains found in Southeast Washington
The D.C. police chief says the remains are of women ages 30 to 60. Two had been shot, and one was beaten.

Man fatally stabbed near Gallery Place was victim of robbery, D.C. police say
The suspect, who stays in a nearby shelter, was trying to steal his backpack, authorities said.

Mel Franklin, Karen Toles backed by public safety unions in Prince George’s at-large race
They are among 10 candidates vying for two new at-large council seats in the county.

Paul Manafort’s Virginia trial delayed two weeks
The former Trump campaign manager faces charges in two districts.

‘Full speed ahead’: Trump salutes Naval Academy graduates
The president proclaimed a “great reawakening of the American spirit and American might.”

‘Betsy DeVos, how do you sleep at night?’ LGBTQ advocates project data on Education Department build
The effort took aim at Trump administration policies that are targeting LGBTQ teens.

Last month’s death of Md. man, who was assaulted in January, is ruled a homicide
A verbal altercation preceded the assault, police said, adding that no arrests have been made.

Trump’s speech to Naval Academy graduates: A presidential tradition with deep roots
From Teddy Roosevelt to John F. Kennedy, commanders in chief have been delivering speeches at Naval Academy graduations for more than a century.

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