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The Maryland lawmaker offered assurance to local residents that a comprehensive bipartisan immigration reform plan is possible.
The Virginia state medical examiner's office in Norfolk is waiting for toxicology results to come back before making a determination on the cause of death.
Pedestrian collisions are up in Montgomery County, but until this year, fatalities from those collisions had been dropping.
The D.C. city council has approved more than $1 billion in tax breaks and other subsidies to developers over the past decade. At the same time, these developers donated millions of dollars in campaign cash. Officials say the subsidies spark revitalization. But who's really benefiting?
The bill would allow D.C. residents to opt against having smart meters installed in their homes, which critics say pose health and safety risks.
The report claims many city agencies haven't cooperated with efforts to curb animal abuse.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will preside over a mass wedding for same-sex couples during the city's Pride Festival at Druid Hill Park next month.
The new seven-day, $35 pass will allow SmarTrip users to take short trips and pay less for them.
Toots and the Maytals frontman Frederick "Toots'' Hibbert was hit in the head on Saturday night, leaving him with seven stitches.
The Ward 6 council member promised to clean up government, cut juvenile crime in half, improve access to education, and create a "next-generation public transit system."
Officials say the change in county regulations would help crack down on unregulated tattoo shops.