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D.C. Police: 3-Year-Old Girl Shot, Killed in Southeast

A 3-year-old girl was shot and killed Wednesday night in what police believe was the result of another child playing with a firearm.

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D.C. Man Convicted of Carjacking Woman in Labor at Gunpoint

A man accused of carjacking a couple who were heading to the hospital because the woman was in labor has been convicted.


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DC-Area Rapper Charged With Disorderly Conduct, Riot

A D.C.-area rapper is facing charges after authorities say he and others tried to start a riot.


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Boeing Gives Kennedy Center $20 Million for Expansion

Boeing is giving the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts $20 million toward the center’s expansion project.


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Former State Department Official Pleads Guilty to Voyeurism, Stalking

A former senior official of the U.S. State Department has pleaded guilty to six counts of voyeurism and five counts of stalking.


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‘Daybreaker’ Hosts Morning Rave at D.C.’s Dock5

DAYBREAKER describes itself as “a morning movement that will start your day off unlike anything else.”


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D.C. Police: 6 Gunpoint Robberies In One Night Likely Linked

WASHINGTON — Six gunpoint robberies that occurred in the early hours of Tuesday morning may be linked, according to D.C. police. The incidents occurred at the following addresses and times: 12:15 a.m. — Quesada Street […]


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Asbestos Reported in Metro’s Oldest Railcars

New documents show that the oldest cars in Metro’s fleet, the 1000-series, contain asbestos.


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D.C. Fire Lieutenant Charged After 1-Year-Old Dies

A D.C. Fire Department lieutenant is facing charges of neglect and incompetence after a 1-year-old boy died from choking on a grape earlier this year.


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Remains of 4 Early Colonial Leaders Discovered at Jamestown

Archaeologists have uncovered human remains of four of the earliest leaders of the English colony that would become America, buried for more than 400 years near the altar of what was America’s first Protestant church in Jamestown, Virginia.