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Supreme Court of Virginia hands pipeline foes small victory, but project rolls on
Survey rights upheld, Dominion Energy’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline remains on course.

Listen: Park employee calls 911 after fatally stabbing wedding caterer
Kempton A. Bonds, a former employee at the Fairfax County Park Authority in Va., got into a dispute with Tyonne Johns, a caterer, over chairs at a wedding in Aug. 2016 at Ellanor C. Lawrence Park.

Md. man killed after his motorcycle strikes a parked car
The motorcycle crossed the center line before crashing, police said.

Mississippi auditor slams Gov. McAuliffe’s former company, demands payment
Republican official says GreenTech, an electric car company, never delivered on promises.

Why a single hurricane has not directly hit Virginia, Maryland or Delaware since 1851
The Delmarva shore is tucked in, which means hurricanes most frequently strike to the south and north.

D.C. police release surveillance video in shooting that wounded a child
D.C. police Chief Peter Newsham released surveillance video showing persons of interest in a Northeast D.C. shooting that wounded a 1-year-old boy.


It’s so hot in DC, this chocolate Washington Monument just melted away
There's a heat wave in Washington, D.C., so our team took a white chocolate Washington Monument to the roof of The Washington Post's building. Spoiler alert: It melted.

Video shows shootout between men that wounded 1-year-old boy in Northeast Washington
Police chief warns that ‘no one shoots’ a child ‘and gets away w/it on our watch.’


Heat index soars to 106 degrees as Washington confronts summer’s hottest day
The air is like a “turkish bath," “thin onion broth,” “dog breath" and “moist death."

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