City’s inspector general faults Kaya Henderson. But she denies wrongdoing.
A roundup of news from around the region.
Plus, D.C. proposes capping payments to people wrongly put behind bars, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]
“How can I be considered a millennial?? It’s stupid. I don’t really even like avocado toast.” [ more › ]
Temperatures may make a run at records.
Firefighters have been watching the rubble for 24-hours in past days to catch flare-ups.
The Weather Service is predicting 6 to 12 inches.
They plan to re-open within two months. [ more › ]
This 100-minute procedural quickly becomes harrowing [ more › ]
Maverick former congresswoman left political life in January after bitter defeat in 2016 U.S. Senate primary.
Campaign says various proposals would bring it more than $1 billion to fund free education initiatives.
The 245-year-old timber frame and brick house is located at 517 Prince St, behind the Alexandria courthouse.
The region has already been raked with torrential downpours over the past couple of days.
The city has yet to release its plan for the next school year, but indications of major changes have left some fearful that student care will be jeopardized [ more › ]
After a final candidates forum planned for Wednesday, Democrats will choose their nominee in a three-part caucus.
Pulitzer Prize winner Glenn Frankel will discuss his new book at the Avalon Theatre on Sunday. [ more › ]
April showers are subsiding in time for a patio party, outdoor festivals, and the return of a food truck feast. [ more › ]
The heat index, what it feels like outside, could peak in the mid-to-upper 90s.
Tell me more about why proximity to the federal government is so great. [ more › ]
Last year, 26 turned up dead from Maine to North Carolina. This year, there are already 16, two more than the full-year average.