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Andrea Noble

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

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Richmond Diallo Binns Phillips

P.G. police charge D.C. cop with murder

Prince George's County arrested a veteran Metropolitan Police Department officer Friday and charged him with the killing of a woman and her 1-year-old child. Published June 3, 2011

**FILE** D.C. Council member David A. Catania (The Washington Times)

Juvenile services reform bill greeted with mixed reactions

D.C. charter school and youth advocates voiced opposition Thursday to portions of a bill that would require teachers to screen students for behavioral health problems and more quickly refer truant students to the court system. Published June 2, 2011

Another guilty plea in P.G. corruption probe

A Prince GeorgeĀ“s County developer has pleaded guilty in connection with the ongoing federal corruption probe that brought down former County Executive Jack B. Johnson, according to a plea agreement unsealed Thursday. Published June 2, 2011

Arrest made in killing of D.C. teen

Metropolitan Police on Thursday announced an arrest in the fatal shooting earlier this week of a 15-year-old boy. Published June 2, 2011

Five killed in P.G., D.C. on Memorial Day

Five people were killed in the District and Prince George's County on Memorial Day, rounding out a violent weekend in the Metropolitan area with a total of seven homicides. Published May 31, 2011

D.C.'s motorists race to the bottom

The District has the highest percentage of "unfit" motorists, who do not have the basic knowledge to pass a written driver's test, according to a national study by GMAC Insurance. Published May 26, 2011

**FILE** Cars back up in both directions waiting to make left hand turns from M Street onto South Capitol Street in Southeast. (The Washington Times)

D.C. drivers ranked least knowledgeable in national survey

When that guy in the red sports car cuts you off while making an illegal U-turn or infuriatingly blocks the box, it might not be his fault. According to a new study, he may not know any better. The District has the highest percentage of "unfit" drivers who do not have the basic knowledge to pass a written driver's test, according to a national study. Published May 26, 2011

Fatal knifing of suspect 'justifiable'

A Bowie restaurant employee who fatally stabbed a robber after the man pistol-whipped the employee's pregnant wife will likely not face criminal charges, police said Wednesday. Published May 25, 2011

Cop admits trafficking in untaxed cigs, booze

A former Prince George's County police officer admitted to organizing the sale of black-market cigarettes and alcohol and using his authority as a police officer to protect the shipments. Published May 25, 2011

MPD ordered to pay lawyer of wrongly fired officers

The Metropolitan Police Department is being ordered to pay nearly a quarter of a million dollars in attorney's fees to three police officers who were improperly dismissed from the department in 1998. Published May 24, 2011

Father charged in teen's slaying

A 45-year-old man charged Monday with killing his teenage daughter and stuffing her body in a trash can had sex with the girl sometime before he fatally stabbed her at least 15 times, charging documents filed in D.C. Superior Court say. Published May 23, 2011