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PM Update: Warm and humid tonight with areas of patchy fog. Summerlike conditions for Monday, with showers developing late.

Isolated storms early ahead of a warm and muggy night. Warm and dry for Monday before showers develop tomorrow night.

Delaney wins gubernatorial straw poll of Democratic activists in Western Md.

Moderate congressman represents the rural area where the poll took place; Baltimore County executive Kevin Kamenetz and civil rights leader Ben Jealous place 2nd and 3rd.

Killed in action

A list of 39 men from the Marine Corps’ Quantico, Va., Basic Officer Course class of August 1967 who were killed during the Vietnam War.

Climate March cause has link with record-breaking weather expected

Temperatures to be in the low 90s, considered unusually warm for the end of April.

D.C. police arrest 8 on prostitution charges

The activity in the city’s downtown has proved resistant to years of efforts to stamp it out.

Massive fire that consumed Md. apartment building declared extinguished

Firefighters have been watching the rubble for 24-hours in past days to catch flare-ups.

Alexandria completes purchase of historic 18th century home

The 245-year-old timber frame and brick house is located at 517 Prince St, behind the Alexandria courthouse.

Four Democratic progressives compete for Arlington County Board nomination

After a final candidates forum planned for Wednesday, Democrats will choose their nominee in a three-part caucus.

Remembering the La Plata tornado, 15 years later

It was the most intense tornado to ever strike the Mid-Atlantic.

What's likely to snarl your travel this weekend? The People's Climate March.

Scheduled track work on Metro and roadwork will also complicate weekend travel in parts of the region.

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