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Nooses found at Calvert County construction site

An investigation is underway to find the culprit who has placed four nooses at a construction site in Calvert County, Md.

Battle over Metro's plan to slash hours

Metro board committee members battled over a proposal to cut late-night service for two years, debating potential impact on low-income and minority riders on Dec. 1. The proposal will go to a full board vote in two weeks.

Report says Metro knew of potential track danger ahead of July derailment

According to documents released by the National Transportation Safety Board on Dec. 1, Metro knew of Silver Line track flaws more than a year before it derailed in July and track inspectors falsified inspection reports for months.

Trauma surgeon who survived shooting fights against gun violence

Experience as a victim inspires Johns Hopkins surgeon to push for gun violence research.

Tipping hat to Trump, Republican Reeves kicks off bid for Va. lieutenant governor

“Virginians do not want a government that mimics the swap of Washington, D.C.” the state senator said.

Potomac Riverkeepers Offer $1,000 Reward For Info On Mysterious Pollution

The 14-mile long, 30 by 60 feet wide sheen of unidentified pollutant continues to puzzle local and federal authorities as it inches closer to the District. [ more › ]

Buses Honor Rosa Parks On 61st Anniversary Of Iconic Arrest

There are lots of D.C. spots to learn more about the woman Congress called "the first lady of civil rights." [ more › ]

Winning the championship was ‘breathtaking.’ So is paying for it.

Youth sports show the deep divide between the haves and have nots at an early age.

Virginia Board of Education member resigns after vulgar tweets surface

Wes Bellamy also has been placed on administrative leave from his job as a high school computer science teacher.

NTSB: Metro knew of potentially dangerous track conditions more than a year before July derailment

In addition, transcripts of interviews between Metro management and track inspectors suggests investigators believe inspectors may have been fabricating inspection reports

First he resigned. Then he rescinded. What that means for Maryland Democrats.

Unusual move by longtime state Sen. Ulysses Currie is latest evidence of dissent amount Maryland Democrats.

Wednesday night's rain was great, but wasn't enough to dent the drought

Wednesday night's heavy rain was really beneficial — we just need a lot more storms like that.

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