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Three men in a sport utility vehicle died. Two Prince George's County medics survived.
The man who set off a massive manhunt after he allegedly fired a high-powered rifle at an ex-girlfriend last Tuesday didn't realize how the search for him shook up the community, his lawyer tells WTOP.
The man convicted of setting fire in the Good Guys strip club, severely burning the bouncer who had earlier thrown him out has been indicted on first-degree murder charges, WTOP has learned.
There are no suspects, no motive and fewer and fewer leads in the murder of Vanessa Pham.
The new, tougher policy from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency comes after the death of a Catholic nun, allegedly at the hands of an illegal immigrant with previous drunken driving arrests.
Tags: ICE , immigration , Paul Ebert , Bristow , Carlos A. Martinelly Montano , Carlos Montano , Denise Mosier , Jeanette M. Mosier , Brian P. Hale , Prince William County Board of Supervisors , Corey Stewart
Police say Joshua Prince fired a high-powered rifle at his ex-girlfriend.
For the first time, the lawyer for a serial stabber suspect accused in three Leesburg attacks is reacting to evidence police say they have against Elias Abuelazam.
Fire destroyed horse stables on property next to the Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races.
"Vehicles are damaged, but nothing is taken. It's usually just out for the thrill of it," says Loudoun County Sheriff Steve Simpson.
A local politician is making a strange request to avoid confusion at the polls.