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I have a bad feeling in my gut about kombucha
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Why does my local grocery store put up a “Caution” sign near the fizzy drink’s case?

Man, woman dead in apparent domestic dispute in Prince George’s
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Police responded after neighbors heard gunshots inside a home in the Upper Marlboro area.

Pepco is building a substation next to a school. Residents want to know: Why here?
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It would provide more electricity to neighborhoods with growing populations.

Maryland opens solar-power subscriptions to all
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Developers are looking for 2,600 customers statewide to support construction of 80 acres of solar arrays.

For Charlottesville, a tense weekend on anniversary of racial violence at rally
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Some residents and protesters irked by massive police presence compared with last year.

D.C. police officers suspended amid allegation they failed to help family under threat
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Hours after the incident, a man was fatally shot in connection with continuing dispute.

D.C. officials, union criticize decision to use Metro to transport Jason Kessler and white supremaci
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What transpired on Sunday was not a "private train," per se, but it wasn't completely public, either.

Baltimore police officer resigns after viral video of him pummeling a man who was not fighting back
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"This is not police work. This is one guy beating up another guy,” defense attorney Warren Brown said.

Pedestrian struck and killed in Montgomery County
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He was hit late Saturday night in the Wheaton area.

Passersby intervene after woman robbed near Capitol Hill
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A man is seized in an alley, held for officers, police say.


Maryland opens solar-power subscriptions to all, including renters
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Developers are looking for 2,600 customers statewide to subscribe to new power projects across the state — a mass of customers that would support the construction of 80 acres of solar arrays.

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