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

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Woman fatally shot in Va. trailer park home

A woman was fatally shot early Thursday in a Dumfries, Va., trailer park, the second homicide in two days in Prince William County, police said. Published January 17, 2013

The Answer Coalition case stems from ongoing litigation that has challenged the appropriation of demonstration space for protesters during presidential inaugurations since 2005. (The Washington Times/File)

Protesters to share Obama's big day

Abortion, drone strikes, guns, military spending, unemployment — demonstrators highlighting these issues and more are expected for President Obama's inaugural parade, though perhaps the most visible of the planned protests will be made by D.C. government officials outside city hall. Published January 16, 2013

O’Malley to support bill to end Maryland's death penalty

Gov. Martin O'Malley said Tuesday he will throw his support behind legislation to repeal the death penalty in Maryland this year, even as recent polling suggests the relative majority of Marylanders still support Published January 15, 2013

**FILE** Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (The Washington Times)

O'Malley calls for death penalty repeal

Gov. Martin O'Malley will throw his support behind legislation to repeal the death penalty in Maryland this year, he announced at an event Tuesday while flanked by civil rights activists and legislators. Published January 15, 2013

Man held in double-fatal P.G. fire

A man facing murder charges after two people died in a fire set in his New Carrollton apartment was affiliated with a nonprofit group that served the mentally ill, Prince George's County police said Monday. Published January 14, 2013

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Prosecutor: D.C. cop killed woman, baby to avoid child support

A D.C. police officer killed a 20-year-old aspiring sheriff's deputy and left their baby to die in a sweltering car because he did not want to have to pay her for child support, Prince George's County prosecutors said Monday as the officer's double-murder trial began. Published January 14, 2013

D.C. AG declines to press charges in 'Meet the Press' incident

No criminal charges will be brought against "Meet the Press" host David Gregory for his display of a high-capacity gun magazine on the show last month, the District's Office of the Attorney General announced Friday. Published January 11, 2013

D.C. cop sentenced for shooting involving transgenders

An off-duty D.C. police officer convicted of assault with a dangerous weapon and solicitation of prostitution will spend three years on probation for an incident that ended with him drunkenly firing a gun into a car full of people. Published January 10, 2013

Prosecutors: D.C. man fatally shot over missing PCP

A drug deal and confrontation over missing vials of PCP led to the District's last homicide of 2012, according to court documents filed Wednesday for the 18-year-old suspect in the case. Published January 9, 2013

D.C. AG to decide this week on charges in 'Meet the Press' gun case

D.C. police have completed their investigation into "Meet the Press" host David Gregory's display of a high-capacity gun magazine on the show last month and the Office of the Attorney General will now decide whether anyone will be prosecuted for the incident. Published January 9, 2013

P.G. police forming new investigative division

The Prince George's County Police Department is forming a new investigative division this year in a bid to streamline casework and boost case closures, according to police officials. Published January 3, 2013

D.C. police ID body as missing Clarksburg man

A man found dead in a Northwest D.C. apartment building's ventilation shaft Wednesday night was identified as a 23-year-old Clarksburg man who went missing on New Year's Day, according to D.C. police. Published January 3, 2013

Robbers hold up UPS truck in D.C.

Holiday gifts may have already been delivered to their destinations, but that didn’t stop a pair of robbers from holding up a UPS driver in Southeast D.C. on Wednesday and hoisting packages from the back of the driver’s van. Published January 2, 2013

By the number, D.C. homicides fall

After two decades of generally declining homicide levels, the District recorded fewer than 100 killings in 2012 for the first time since the Kennedy administration. Published December 31, 2012

Police investigate ‘Meet the Press’ incident

NBC talk show "Meet the Press" apparently received conflicting information from law enforcement about whether it is legal to possess a high-capacity gun magazine, leading to a highly publicized televised incident now under investigation by D.C. police. Published December 26, 2012