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Winter doesn't officially end until March 19, and just to remind us, as much as 8 inches of snow could fall on the region through the afternoon Monday.
Since Marylanders voted to expand gambling in the state, casino revenue has jumped by nearly 50 percent. But with some of that money coming from problem gamblers, we explore whether Maryland is doing enough to help them.
A new proposal under consideration in Alexandria would put bike lanes along King Street in Old Town, at the expense of parking spots currently being used by residents.
Decriminalization of less than an ounce of marijuana would soon become law in the District, but Police Chief Cathy Lanier says she doesn't think it will have a "huge impact" on D.C. crime.
Buses on 16th Street in D.C. continue to be a major headache for commuters, as overcrowding leaves many would-be riders out in the cold. Change may be slow in coming.
Maintaining a healthy mind into old age requires conscious effort in a number of factors, and according to a new index released this week, no state cultivates brains better than Maryland.