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

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

Woman, 70, dies in Virginia crash
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.
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.
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
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
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
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
“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
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
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
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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