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Larry Hogan has commanding lead over Ben Jealous, Goucher poll finds
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Republican governor ahead of challenger by 22 points, with considerable Democratic support.

D.C.-area forecast: Sunshine busts through today, less humid too
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We finally break free of the clouds today, and tomorrow looks quite nice too.

Woman, 70, dies in Virginia crash
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Speed and weather may have been factors, police said.

The sun is back, finally! The past 10 days were about as gloomy as it gets.
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Wednesday is set to be the clearest, sunniest day the D.C. area has witnessed in about two weeks. That's a really long cloudy streak for September in the capital.

She admits she had ricin. Her boyfriend’s family says she’s guilty of much more.
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A woman pleaded guilty to possessing poison before her boyfriend’s death.

Man lying on a Va. road is struck and killed in hit-and-run
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The driver of vehicle briefly stopped, police said, then drove off.

Homeless D.C. high school football player kept off field amid questions over eligibility
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D.C. Public Schools said Wednesday that 18-year old Jamal Speaks will be allowed to play and practice with his team until an investigation is completed.

Investment scam netted more than $360 million from mostly Md., Va. residents, prosecutors allege
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The reported Ponzi scheme traded on the consumer-debt crisis and built fortunes for the defendants, federal officials contend in charges.

Metro’s inspector general takes over investigation into flawed Silver Line concrete
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“We are initiating this review to ensure that WMATA – and by extension, its funding jurisdictions and the region’s taxpayers – can be confident that they will be receiving a quality project that is safe and reliable for rail operations,” Metro Inspector General Geoff Cherrington said.

Jogger fatally stabbed in D.C.’s Logan Circle neighborhood in what police think was a random a
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Wendy Martinez, 35, was as avid runner who got engaged last week, family said.

Bowser to back Dionne Bussey-Reeder, council challenger to Elissa Silverman
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S. Kathryn Allen, the best-funded challenger in the race, was disqualified from the ballot, giving Bussey-Reeder an opening.

Fire at senior housing complex in D.C. prompts rescues
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The blaze was sending smoke rising from the roof of Arthur Capper Senior Public Housing in Southeast Washington; several people report hearing no alarm.

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