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Search Tags: Mark Segraves
The D.C. City Council meets for a working breakfast Tuesday morning, a day after the attorney general accused Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. of "willfully and knowingly" receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in illegal donations through his non-profit organization.
Copper thieves possibly posing as road crews are causing parts of the District to go dark.
The D.C. Council has given preliminary approval to the city's fiscal 2012 budget -- a spending plan that includes an increase in some taxes as well as more money for human services.
A Maryland woman charged with involuntary manslaughter after a fatal crash in Adams Morgan last year has been sentenced to three years and four months in jail.
Michelle Lane is tired of waiting to get her guns, so she's going to federal court.
Mark Segraves, WTOP investigative reporter
Tags: Catherine Fuller
Catherine Fuller's son didn't look down the alley at 8th and H streets NE on that October day in 1984. He had heard about the police investigation, says Barbara Wade, Fuller's sister, and a friend goaded him on, telling him to take a peek. But the Fuller boy had band practice that day, was waiting for his bus and didn't care to be nosy. So the boy didn't look down the alley, and didn't see his mother dead on the ground.
A federal judge has denied the request of a D.C. rabbi to force the city's elections board to extend voting hours or change the date of an upcoming special election.
Sulaimon Brown and Geri Mason Hall are among those scheduled to testify Thursday in front of a D.C. Council committee regarding hiring practices in the administration of Mayor Vincent Gray.
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.