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Here's what you need to know about Metro and parking during the Cherry Blossom Festival.
The release of the iPhone 4 had people camping out in Clarendon.
The stabbings occurred during a family dispute, police say.
The tap water from Baltimore and Washington D.C. made it to the semi-finals at the American Water Works Association competition on Tuesday, but they lost out to a city in South Carolina.
A felony charge has been dropped against a 68-year-old man arrested for allegedly placing a pipe bomb outside of a $4 million Maryland home in March.
The controversial practice of involuntarily transferring Fairfax County students to other schools as a form of discipline will now be a last resort, after a unanimous vote by the school board.
D.C. fire hydrants have a history of being out of service or of losing pressure. City agencies are now expressing "a high level of confidence" in the city's hydrants and water system.
A dog owner claims the Loudoun County sheriff's deputies who arrested him for being drunk in public ignored his pleas to rescue his dog from his hot car.
A D.C. police officer charged in Maryland with murdering a missing 20-year-old woman now faces a manslaughter charge for the death of her infant daughter.
Former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson will not be forced to answer questions in a high profile lawsuit involving a shooting by a former police officer, the Court of Appeals of Maryland ruled Thursday.