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Battle Brews Over BRAC Jobs
Jobs slated to go to Springfield could be headed to Alexandria.
updated: 2 hours, 34 minutes ago

Police Say Pedestrian Struck Only Looked One Way
WTOP is learning more about the investigation into an accident where a police cruiser struck a 70-year-old man.
updated: 2 hours, 28 minutes ago

Long Fare Debate Could Cost You More
Board members tell WTOP if they can't set specific fare increases by their next board meeting Oct. 25, putting a fare hike in place by January will be difficult.
updated: Oct 11th - 4:39am

Md. Lawmakers Defend BRAC Costs
The comments from Maryland's congressional delegation come as the readiness subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee plans for an expected early-November hearing on cost escalations in the base realignment process.
updated: 2 hours, 33 minutes ago

Feds Consider Tolls for 14th Street Bridge
The idea is one of 43 the federal government is studying to reduce congestion downtown.
updated: Oct 11th - 4:11am

Suspect in Rape Near Light Rail Station Has Record
A Baltimore man accused of raping a woman near a light rail stop in Anne Arundel County has a record of two rape convictions and was recently accused of exposing himself to another woman in a light rail car.
updated: 1 hour, 12 minutes ago

Disabled Woman Files Lawsuit Against Car-Sharing Services
Two popular car sharing companies and the District of Columbia are facing a discrimination lawsuit.
updated: Oct 11th - 3:06am

Naval Academy to Return Korean Flag Captured in 1871 Battle
In response to requests from a South Korean cultural delegation that visited Annapolis earlier this year, the Naval Academy has agreed to temporarily return a Korean flag captured during an 1871 battle.
updated: Oct 11th - 2:16am

D.C. Agrees to Cap Jail Population
D.C. officials and advocates for jail inmates have reached a settlement in a lawsuit over the population of the D.C. Jail.
updated: Oct 11th - 1:24am

City to Pay $650,000 to Patient Who Gouged Out His Eyes
The family of a man who gouged out his eyes while he was a patient at Saint Elizabeth's Hospital will receive $650,000 from the D.C. government.
updated: Oct 11th - 1:34am

Obama Raises Cash in Affluent Black Washington Suburb
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama told supporters during a rare campaign stop in Maryland on Wednesday night that he alone has "the experience America needs right now."
updated: Oct 11th - 1:40am

Chesapeake Judge Gets Appointment to Virginia Supreme Court
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine on Wednesday appointed Chesapeake Circuit Court Judge Bernard Goodwyn to fill a Virginia Supreme Court vacancy.
updated: Oct 11th - 2:01am

Rooftop Atrium at Md. Hotel Collapses
A glass skylight at a suburban Baltimore hotel collapsed Wednesday.
updated: Oct 10th - 6:39pm

New Parochial School Named for John Paul II
The 1,000-student school near Dumfries will be called Pope John Paul the Great Catholic High School.
updated: Oct 10th - 7:00pm

I-95 in Woodbridge Reopens After Crash
The accident occurred just before 2 p.m. Wednesday.
updated: Oct 10th - 2:40pm

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