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The first day of the 40th Annual Tuskegee Airmen National Convention, at the Gaylord Hotel and Convention Center on Wednesday.
A sparse crowd of fans braved the inclement weather, gathering along the sidelines to watch their team practice during training camp at Redskins Park on Wednesday.
Starting Aug. 22, Northern Virginia drivers will be able to see travel times on Interstate 66 between the Capital Beltway and Gainesville to see if they want to pursue alternate routes, Gov. Bob McDonnell's office announced Wednesday.
Gray vetoes council's bonds-tax compromise, Cuccinelli polling well among Virginia Republicans, D.C. transgender community fears it is being targeted, council members disclose campaign cash, Younger Chavous considers run for father's former seat, McDonnell does some traveling
Prayers and rallies Tuesday were a part of the nine-day pro-life protesting event, Summer of Mercy 2.0.
Metropolitan Police Department officers around the District reach out to the community on National Night Out in an effort to improve police-community relations.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's overseas sojourn to Asia in May has borne fruit in the way of a partnership between the Tianjin Tewoo Group and Barboursville Vineyards, his office announced Tuesday.
Democratic primary race turns ugly, Another Peaceoholics cofounder to run for city council, FOP: MPD brass violate residency rules, Trash inspectors aggressively ticketing, Immigrant advocacy group sues over Dream Act referendum, D.C. planning goes for naught
Inside Crawford's Training and Fitness at the Laurel Boys & Girls Club in Laurel
Outside the William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center in Rock Creek Park in Northwest
The Avalon Theatre in Northwest announced Monday that one of its two screens is closed indefinitely because the air conditioning "failed beyond repair."
Zero tolerance for marijuana-program applicants; Virginia Assembly stalled on redistricting; Trump bids for hotel in Old Post Office Pavilion; D.C. tops U.S. in drug, alcohol abuse; Delegate Norton involved in fender bender; Alexandria installs red-light cameras (again); Twitter account for Virginia State Police was bogus.
District officials temporarily allowing people hit with parking and moving violations before Jan. 1, 2010, to pay the original fines without late fees.
Moran group sues Obama administration, Miller predicts passage of same-sex marriage bill, Northeast man beaten before murder, Fire house burglarized, McDonnell seeks K-12 and pension reform, Lanier is popular, Lanier is unpopular, Professor challenges same-sex dorms, McDonough to run for Congress
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced Thursday that the Department of Transportation has completed the rollout of pay-by-phone parking across the District.
'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America