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Police Searching For Two Missing 12-Year-Old Girls

Anyone with information is asked to call (202) 727-9099 or (202) 576-6768. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Empty Edition

In the news: An affordable housing claim fact-checked, historic WWII planes scheduled for area flyover, and more. [ more › ]

Annandale’s Caleb Hymans runs 5K world record time (for 9-year-olds)

At this point there can be little doubt that Fairfax County is home to two bona fide distance-running prodigies, and the latest star is nine-year-old Caleb Hymans of Annandale. Last month, on the runways of Dulles International Airport, Caleb practically sprinted through a five-kilometer run in 18 minutes and 47 seconds, breaking the world record […]

David Grosso doesn’t want to take cops’ guns. At least not all of them.

First things first: D.C. Council member David Grosso would like to assure you he has no plans to introduce a bill banning police officers in the District from carrying guns. But Grosso’s offhand comments, aired at a Wednesday night D.C. Council hearing on policing practices, have certainly stirred up the conversation he says he wanted […]

Go Home Already: Hands Up

End-of-day news: Mayoral candidates talk education, and more. [ more › ]

Popcorn & Candy: It's Crawling Down Your Back Again Edition

This week in film: A tribute to William Castle, Film|Neu, a documentary filmmaking panel, and more. [ more › ]

Dunbar innovations have sparked progress

Last week, Dunbar High School celebrated a dramatic rise in test scores with a pep rally featuring some of its alumni, including Mayor Vincent C. Gray (D). Other troubled D.C. high schools could learn something from Dunbar’s experience, but student churn is still a problem. Read full article >>

Report: Metro Ridership Declining

Metro ridership is seeing its first decline since the recession, due in part to teleworkers and cyclists. [ more › ]

D.C. Cop Sentenced To Seven Years In Prison For Forcing Minors Into Sex Trade

He will be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. [ more › ]

Judge: 'Upskirt' Photos Taken At Lincoln Memorial Do Not Violate Women's Privacy

"This Court finds that no individual clothed and positioned in such a manner in a public area in broad daylight in the presence of countless other individuals could have a reasonable expectation of privacy." [ more › ]

What You Can Expect From 'Enhanced' Ebola Screenings At Dulles Airport

You're probably not going to get Ebola, but this is what you might see at Dulles Airport. [ more › ]

Police: Woman Sexually Assaulted At Gunpoint In Trinidad

The assault happened on Saturday between 7 and 8 p.m. in the 1600 block of Montello Avenue NE. [ more › ]

Street Closures This Weekend You Should Probably Know About

Columbia Heights Day! Taste of D.C.! Army Ten-Miler! Multiple 5Ks! Here's what's causing street closures this weekend. [ more › ]

National Airport Becoming Too Popular

It's set to outpace Dulles and BWI in enplanements. [ more › ]

At Oversight Hearing, Public Demands Police Reform

"Fear is not an excuse to take another person's life. If you think so, you need another job." [ more › ]

Your Obligatory Metro Weekend Track Work Post: October 10-12

It's a light weekend for scheduled track work on Metro. Rejoice! [ more › ]

About Tonight: October 9, 2014

Tonight: Eating way too many tater tots, fashion parties, and more. [ more › ]

D.C. Area Fourth In Transit Accessibility To Jobs

Out of 46 of the largest metro areas in the U.S. [ more › ]

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