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

Suspicious package reported along part of Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Washington
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
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
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?
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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