Some lightning, downpours, gusty winds and small hail are possible.
Landlord wants all residents of mobile home park in Fairfax to prove legal residency in order to conduct background checks. Lawyers say that’s unconstitutional.
"[O]ne of the most beautiful supercell thunderstorms I've seen"
Beneath the headscarf, school board candidate Raaheela Ahmed says she wants voters to see “the real me.”
"This is who Aniya has been since she's very young," Aniya Wolf's mother said. "And she would not look right in a dress. She looks great in a suit."
The former police spokesman pleaded to 10 counts and faces a minimum of a year in prison and a maximum of 50 years.
The sprawling man-made lake has been hit hard in recent decades by prolonged drought in the West and overuse.
And it is "100 percent plant-based." [ more › ]
Car Seat Headrest is the must-not-miss show of the week, plus BØRNS, Courtney Barnett, and more. [ more › ]
The storm track has been stuck.
"He's on fire, so Metro doesn't have to be." [ more › ]
Politics & Prose will host a midnight party for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on July 30. [ more › ]
Edward M. Nero was acquitted of four charges. [ more › ]
The gun was loaded, but nothing was in the chamber when he pulled the trigger, police said.
He released nearly a dozen albums in Spanish and English during his career.
He was the group’s longest-serving drummer, performing on five records over nine years.
A Baltimore city judge acquitted officer Edward M. Nero on May 23 of four criminal counts in the case of Freddie Gray. Nero is one of six police officers charged in Gray's arrest and subsequent death.
Farmers markets, line dance lessons, concerts and club meetings.
Collect another Nats bobblehead, learn about the making of "The Americans" and more.
A sea of helmets, jerseys, and costumes brightened up the 17 miles of car-free roads. [ more › ]