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Md. troopers kill dog after it attacks woman, police say
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The incident took place near Route 4 in Southern Maryland.


Suspicious package reported along part of Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Washington
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D.C. police said they are looking into a report of a suspicious package along part of Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Washington. The incident started around 12:13 p.m., police said, and crews remain in the 1200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Some roads in the area may be closed. The Trump International Hotel is at 12th […]

About a quarter of D.C. Public Schools teachers lack required certification
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The school system says the teacher are still qualified; charters do not require the credentials.

Taxicab drivers disrupt D.C. airport board meeting to protest treatment
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The drivers say the airport is giving ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft preferential treatment.

In the year of the woman, can a $10 million man win a House seat?
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The state delegate is a front-runner along with Total Wine & More owner David Trone in Maryland’s most competitive House primary.

Rain may soak Washington on Friday and then mess with another weekend
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We break down the rain chances through the weekend, starting with Friday.

Man sentenced to life for killing 2-year-old daughter and her mother over child support
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His paycheck was being garnished for $600 a month in the weeks before the double murder.

‘It was a challenging day’: Wilson Bridge crash triggered an hours-long traffic nightmar
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Traffic tie-ups hit roadways Wednesday afternoon, making for rough, long rides.

Virginia governor calls for probe into abuse allegations at facility that holds immigrant teens
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The facility near Staunton holds juvenile offenders as well as undocumented youths.

Bill before D.C. Council would block assisted living facilities from taking new dementia patients
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Hearing set for Friday into legislation that alarms families of Alzheimer’s patients.

A brief look at Trump officials’ eventful visits to D.C. Mexican restaurants
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Kirstjen Nielsen and Stephen Miller opted to dine at Mexican restaurants amid intense backlash to the administration's U.S.-Mexico border policy.

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