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Md. family that sent kids to D.C. public schools must pay more than $500,000 fine

The parents, both D.C. police officers, used a rental property’s address to send their three kids to the city’s top public schools while living outside of the city.

Virginia might allow big trucks in I-66 HOT lanes outside the Beltway

A private operator would have the option of collecting higher tolls from tractor-trailers.

Classic Cocktailist: The Drinks Of Summer Edition

Light and refreshing... everything the weather isn't. [ more › ]

Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Man Accused Of Killing Chandra Levy

They said "unforeseen developments" mean that they can no longer prove the murder case. [ more › ]

For inner city youth, there’s a new game in town: Rugby

“I’m like, ‘No, black people play rugby, too,’” one coach said.

Charges dropped against man accused of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy

Ingmar Guandique was convicted in Levy’s 2001 disappearance, but the case was overturned

How Virginia plans to make I-66 tolls easier to bear

Virginia transportation officials have approved 10 programs to ease traffic inside the Beltway.

Maryland sheriff accused of hitting his wife is acquitted

“He is looking forward to resuming his position as sheriff,” his attorney said.

Scandal: Obama May Eat More Or Less Than 7 Almonds A Day

Obama opens up about almonds: "This has been really weighing on me." [ more › ]

16 things to do in the D.C. area on the weekend of July 29-31

See (and smell) a funky flower, sing a song with the Piano Man and party like you're in Wyoming.

Storms likely Thursday afternoon and evening with heavy rain and strong winds

Storms will probably arrive between 4 and 7 p.m., west to east, and then continue intermittently through the evening.

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