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Andrea Noble was a crime and public safety reporter for The Washington Times.

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Aftermath: Police inspect a crime scene where three teenagers were shot Thursday in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Southeast Washington. (Andrew S. Geraci/The Washington Times)

Three teens shot outside D.C. schools

An explosion of gunfire outside two D.C. elementary schools Thursday morning left three teenagers hospitalized and sent parents scrambling to retrieve their children, who were locked down in the two Congress Heights facilities. Published January 12, 2012

Man gets 100 years for P.G. robberies

A man who remains a suspect in three killings in Prince George's County was sentenced Tuesday to 100 years in prison for unrelated crimes committed during a string of robberies. Published January 10, 2012

P.G. County sees first homicide of 2012

Prince George's County police are investigating their first homicide of the year after a man was fatally shot in Suitland on Thursday. Published January 5, 2012

Man dies in D.C. police custody

A man died overnight while in the custody of the Metropolitan Police Department, a spokesman confirmed Thursday. Published January 5, 2012

Stabbings result in closing of D.C. lounge

A Northwest nightclub that was the site of a double stabbing was ordered closed indefinitely after officials concluded employees of the club tried to hinder an investigation of the assault. Published January 4, 2012

Inmate stabbed at D.C. Jail

An inmate at the D.C. Jail was stabbed by another inmate Wednesday afternoon, officials said. Published January 4, 2012

Man shot in Northeast D.C.

A man was shot in the chest Tuesday night in a Northeast D.C. neighborhood, police said. Published January 3, 2012

Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier announces a drop in the number of homicides in the District of Columbia during a press conference on Friday, Dec. 30, 2011. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

D.C. homicides drop by half in last decade

The number of homicides in the District declined in 2011 for the third straight year, a downward trend that has seen deadly violence in the city drop by more than half from just a decade ago. Published January 1, 2012

Two stabbed outside Northwest D.C. club

A D.C. Council member is asking for the temporary closure of a Northwest nightclub that was the site of a double stabbing early Friday. Published December 30, 2011

HOME AGAIN: Addison Reel, 2, of Dover, Del., is all smiles in the arms of her father, Air Force Tech Sgt. Scott Reel, upon his arrival at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport this month after a four-month deployment to Qatar. Operation Welcome Home Maryland was there to greet him. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

For troops, many happy returns

Operation Welcome Home Maryland at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has organized welcomes for more than 190,000 military personnel since 2007, but with the withdrawal of troops from Iraq over the past three months, it has never been busier. Published December 29, 2011