Living is as important as learning.
In the majority-black school district, black students with disabilities faced suspension at 13 times the rate as white peers without disabilities.
Gov. McAuliffe set to announce a figure Friday in the range of $1.5 billion, two people said
Suspect held woman against her will as police arrived.
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In the first legal challenge to plan to create neighborhood homeless shelters, neighbors argue they weren’t allowed input
A federal ruling has opened up the way for graduate students working at private universities to unionize. Here’s how the legal fight played out.
Passing rates are low for a second year while math scores tick up, English remains flat.
After a check-up, the landmark will reopen before closing for nine months for further repairs, including an elevator control system upgrade.
It's the seventh consecutive year of record-breaking visitor numbers. [ more › ]
The lawsuit alleges that Connecticut's limits on magnet and charter schools have trapped poor, inner-city students in failing schools.
The end of our short break from mid-summer weather is here. Temperatures are back near 90 tomorrow.
Steve Novosel, Sarah Vaughan tribute at Westminster, Boat Burning, James Hall, plus much more. [ more › ]
Both Metro and its union have created a workplace environment where ineptitude rules.
It will be closed until September and then NPS will create a full modernization plan that could take months to complete, according to Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton. [ more › ]
Winter outlooks presented by several long-range forecasters may send shivers down your spine.
Board asks $600 for copy of petition signatures in support of ballot question.
Finally, a reason you might actually want to go to the DMV.
In Arlington, anyway. [ more › ]
The brand new Washington Valor announced an open tryout on October 8. [ more › ]