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Parents don't dispute that their children should be punished for school infractions, but some say the current rules for drugs are "archaic."
A pile of rubble is all that is left of a Chantilly-area home after an apparent gas explosion Sunday night.
WTOP has mapped out the recent shootings at military installations, at least four of which have been connected to the same shooter.
Shots were fired at the Marine Corps museum in Triangle, Va. -- the fourth time someone has fired at military-related buildings in the last few weeks. The FBI is urging the shooter to surrender.
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With tens of thousands in town for the Marine Corps Marathon, there will be more security on hand after the shots were fired at the Pentagon, the Marine Corps Museum and a Marine recruiting station.
Wallets, navigation systems and other items thieves could quickly take from unlocked cars have been found in one home. Now the Loudoun County Sheriff's Department is looking to reunite the items with their owners.
"The weather has been hot, and with the 100-degree temperatures, it's been hard," says Donna Taylor, as she surveys a pumpkin field in Chantilly, Va.
Westfield High School in Chantilly planned to hold an all-nighter for graduating seniors at the downtown ESPN Zone on June 20, but the restaurant is closing four days before that.
Police busted the duo right after they allegedly robbed a credit union in Chantilly. It was a credit union that police were staking out at the time of the robbery.