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Md. Democratic challenger goes after Andy Harris in first televised debate
Jesse Colvin goes after Harris’s PAC money, record with veterans. Congressman was ready to rebut the talking points.

Prosecutors clear Maryland SWAT officer who fatally shot man through bedroom window
The man had barricaded his 3-year-old son in the room, police said, and begun lighting fires.

Pence comes to Richmond on Saturday for three GOP congressional candidates
The vice president will meet with Rep. Dave Brat and Denver Riggleman, apart from a rally with Ryan McAdams.

Does Georgetown Cupcake really have the best cupcakes in D.C.? We tested seven shops to find out.
Magnolia Bakery just launched in the city, jeopardizing Georgetown’s position at the top.

Five dogs attack teenager and her dog in Rockville
15-year-old girl seriously injured and her dog was critically wounded, police said

In the trial over the killing of a wealthy D.C. family, verdict could come down to which brother jur
Daron Wint, the sole person charged in the 2015 case, has blamed his brothers for the killing of the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper.

Brat to inmates: ‘You think you’re having a hard time — I’ve got $5 million
Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.) compared the struggles of jailed drug addicts to the heat he’s taking in his tight race with Democrat Abigail Spanberger.

Regional leaders approve a vision for D.C.-area commuters in 2045
The plan, which includes more than 600 road and transit projects, also envisions a future that could include building out the National Capital Trail and turning it into a "beltway" for bicycles.

Want to deal with D.C.’s after-hours noise? The District is looking for its first ‘night
The new "night mayor" will be hired in coming months to oversee the District’s nightlife and all the issues that come along with it.

October splendor arrives today ahead of a mixed weekend
It's nice today and acceptable tomorrow. Then another round of deeper chill arrives Sunday.

Newark Charter students create projects with real-life applications
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 00:15:00 -0400
Once a week for three months, Newark Charter High School students Riya Setty, Noah Rossi and Megan Chen missed class as they headed up Interstate 95 to Wilmington, meeting up with a group of other students.

Newark council looks to stop corporations, LLCs from voting in referendums
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 00:30:00 -0400
Four months after Newark drew headlines for its unusual rules regarding voting in a city referendum, the majority of city council signaled its desire to change the law that allowed one person to cast 31 votes.

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