Virginia has secured $180 million from the Defense Department to widen Route 1 near Fort Belvoir to help mitigate traffic congestion associated with the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC), officials announced Tuesday.
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City officials appear to be finally getting their ducks in a row to lure the Washington Redskins back to, well, Washington.
Six Halloween night shootings in Washington, D.C.; House wants to tighten D.C. hiring practices; Illegal immigrant gets felony murder in fatal accident; Detective in Lululemon murder trial describes Norwood interviews; Top Virginia Republicans slam Obama-zombie email; Judge: Gray must testify over lottery contract; Garagiola makes first campaign stops in Western Maryland.
The District has collected nearly $2 million in paid outstanding parking tickets since the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles agreed to look the other way on late fees, officials said Monday.
Political texting roils Northern Va. Senate race; Parking projects of Gray ally draw D.C.'s attention; D.C. appeals to state legislatures in statehood effort; Maryland tolls increase Tuesday; Congressional committee: No direct evidence Sulaimon Brown was offered job; Lululemon trial resumes; Montgomery County loitering bill called unconstitutional; Currie trial expect to close this week.
Local officials are considering a liquor license cap on H Street Corridor businesses to curb the burgeoning party scene. What's up with that?
Gov. Bob McDonnell, as promised, on Friday appealed the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) denial of disaster assistance for Louisa County individuals impacted by the 5.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Aug. 23.
Virginia Democrats are trying to figure out who is behind random, anonymous text messages that voters received in the past few days attacking members of their party.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says he and Rep. Donna F. Edwards have settled their disagreement over the state's new congressional map and are "moving forward."
Brutal details emerge in Lululemon murder trial; O'Malley asks the people; D.C. lawmakers work on ethics laws; Va. Medicaid costs swell; St. Mary's gets cruise ship for displaced dormers; D.C. ticketing thousands for blocking intersections; Howard student slain; Richmond tea party upset over treatment of "Occupy Richmond."
Md. panel seeks 60 percent gas-tax hike; Opening arguments begin in Lululemon murder trial; Teen arrested for carjacking was DYRS ward; Ivey eyes Rep. Edwards' Md. seat; D.C. Council considers ethics-related bills; 'Scoopgate'; Two arrested in fatal Metrobus shooting.
Glenn F. Ivey, a former Prince George's County state's attorney, is preparing a run for Congress next year against incumbent Democratic Rep. Donna F. Edwards, his spokesman said Tuesday.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell ratcheted up the ongoing competition between Virginia and its neighbor to the north on Tuesday, blasting Montgomery County for a withdrawn council resolution asking Congress to spend less on wars that drew attention from Bethesda-based defense contracting giant Lockheed Martin.
D.C. ends 'land banking'; Jury selection resumes in Lululemon murder trial; Rep. Harris benefits from Maryland redistricting; Maryland transportation commission making final recommendations; Suspect in cabbie killing was in custody of D.C.'s youth-rehab agency; Hit-and-run kills man in Shaw; Suliamon Brown in traffic court; Ehrlich's book due out Dec. 6.
Maryland Senate Majority Leader Robert J. Garagiola announced Monday that he has received endorsements from more than 15 state legislators in his potential run for Congress.