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Man shot in Greenbelt on Sunday afternoon
The victim was taken to a hospital in critical but stable condition.
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Shooting in Woodley Park leaves man wounded
D.C. police heard five gunshots and found the victim with a gunshot wound.
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These hero dogs put their best paws forward to save their owners’ lives
Super noses and super ears are great for smelling fires and hearing cries for help.
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Paradise remade? A private school’s plan to build athletic fields roils Chevy Chase
Residents push back on Maret’s proposed project, as the school looks toward acquiring greener pastures for its athletics.
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D.C.-area forecast: Sunny and warmer today with light winds
Blustery again tomorrow but then a milder trend into midweek.
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Two American Indian tribes in Delaware get help in buying back their ancestral homelands
Two American Indian tribes in Delaware are getting help from the environmental nonprofit Conservation Fund to buy back part of their homelands.
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A chilled late November day suggested older, colder times
We were well below average on Saturday and the breeze offered no aid.
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Dave Chappelle’s return to alma mater raised concerns among some students and parents
The Duke Ellington School of the Arts announced this month that it was postponing a ceremony to rename its theater after Chapelle until the spring amid student concerns about comments the comedian, an alum, made in a recent Netflix special.
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PM Update: Sunny and seasonably mild on Sunday.
A few early morning snowflakes won't last, as sunshine and temperatures in the 50s return for Sunday.
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22-year-old man killed in a shooting in Southeast Washington, police say
D.C. police said 22-year-old Deshaun Gladden was shot to death Friday afternoon in the 2300 block of 25th Street, SE.
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Man killed in single-car crash in Prince George’s County
Police found a man dead in a single-car crash in Prince George's County.
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A football player couldn’t find a therapist who understood Black, urban trauma. So, he decided to become one.
D.C. native Fellonte Misher has spent most of his life getting noticed for what he achieved on the field. Now, he is trying to change a field.
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Lost luggage: In May, 10 strange sculptures showed up in the Potomac River
Here’s the story on a mysterious work of art near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
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A Capitol Hill romance: ‘Found love in a hopeless place’
Andy Eichar and Gloria Nlewedim were both 20-something legislative staff assistants when they first encountered each other on a Rayburn House Office Building elevator.
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D.C. police officer shoots at armed man with rifle in Southeast Washington, authorities say
Police are investigating after authorities said an officer shot at an armed man on a street in Southeast Washington. Police said the man was later arrested and was not inured.
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Youngkin tests activists’ patience as he pushes abortion and guns aside
“Gun owners are not going to tolerate being ignored,” warns one gun-rights figure, but others give the governor-elect space.
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D.C.-area forecast: Chilly and breezy today, with a snowflake possible late tonight
Anything that falls is of the "conversational variety." Sunday's likely the nicer day of the weekend.
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Friday, with 40 mph gusts, told us to start thinking of wind chill
Fall remains in Washington, but leaves have begun to thin and drop.
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Charles Moose, Montgomery County police chief during 2002 D.C. sniper attacks, dies at 68
As Montgomery County police chief, he led the search for the D.C. sniper in 2002, then later resigned amid a controversy over a book he wrote about the sniper hunt.
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More than 20 people sickened by sewage-tainted oysters
Maryland agency failed in warning the public about contamination.
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‘Yell timber’: Families rush to get a Christmas tree amid the holiday supply shortage
Many of the families at the Linden Hill Christmas Tree Farm in Upper Marlboro, Md., said they came soon after the Thanksgiving holiday because they worried the supply issues would make them miss out on having a tree altogether.
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Virginia reports first death of inflammatory syndrome associated with covid-19
The child, who was between the ages of 10 to 19, lived in the Prince William health district.
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