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A 26-year-old man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for a fatal stabbing nearly two years ago in D.C.
A 31-year-old D.C. woman has been sentenced to 55 years in prison for the 2008 murder of her 7-year-old daughter.
A former D.C. firefighter will spend seven days in jail and pay more than $3,600 in restitution for fraudulently charging clients for CPR training.
A 10-year-old boy who brought drugs to his D.C. elementary school last week was in possession of a "large amount of crack cocaine," an attorney with the D.C. Attorney General's Office says.
A D.C. Superior Court judge has ruled a key government witness can testify in a trial for suspects accused of murdering a 13-year-old in the city's Trinidad neighborhood nearly three years ago.
He is known as the "The Shotgun Stalker" -- a man who killed four people and terrorized the D.C. area in the early 1990s. Now, James Swann is asking a judge to let him out of Saint Elizabeths Hospital.
A D.C. Superior Court jury found a Mount Airy man not guilty on Thursday of negligent homicide in a November 2009 parking accident that killed a pedestrian and injured his wife near the National Mall.
An Arizona man who was arrested near the National Mall after guns were found inside his parked truck pleaded guilty to firearms offenses Monday.
A 35-year-old D.C. man has been convicted of murder in the 2008 death of a 21-month-old boy.
A D.C. Superior Court judge has extended the amount of time attorneys for the man convicted of murdering Chandra Levy have to file a motion for a new trial.