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Roughly 144,000 students are headed back to classes in Montgomery County, Maryland's largest school system.
Even if serial stabbing suspect Elias Abuelazam is charged with capital murder in Virginia, the Michigan prosecutor wants him tried in his jurisdiction first.
The serial stabbing suspect believed to be responsible for at least three recent attacks in Leesburg will make his first court appearance Thursday in Michigan.
A young woman who fell asleep at the wheel, causing a truck driver to plummet off the Bay Bridge is nearing settlement in the $7 million lawsuit filed by the trucker's widow and children.
The utility is out with a five-year plan to improve reliability.
Some McLean residents found themselves without water service Thursday morning.
WTOP's Neal Augenstein has been asking officials and sources a key question in the investigation of the serial stabber.
French cosmetic firm Fragrance and Beauty Limited, maker of the Sex Pistols perfume, says the scent has the restless bite of lemon, defiant black pepper and the unruly turbulence of a prune mixed with raunchy patchouli.
When serial stabbing suspect Elias Abuelazam was arrested in an Atlanta airport, his luggage was in Louisville, Kentucky. WTOP has learned Michigan State Police will be processing Abuelazam's lost luggage for evidence Monday.
After initially ruling against Benjamin Sifrit, an Allegany County, Md. family law master has changed his mind.