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D.C. Police To Announce Break In 1999 Cold Case

D.C. police say they have a major break in a cold case that dates back to 1999. Police have scheduled a news conference for Friday to offer more details.

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Breaking The Hamilton Case: A Reporter Shares His Story

Former Virginia Delegate Phillip Hamilton (R-Newport News) faces up to 30 years in prison for bribery and extortion. He solicited a job as director of a teacher training center at Old Dominion University while working to secure state funding for it. Bill Sizemore, a reporter for the Virginian-Pilot newspaper, broke the story, and his subsequent reporting prompted the federal investigation.

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Redskins' Albert Haynesworth Pleads Not-Guilty To Sexual Assault

Washington Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth didn't show up to court today -- he waived his right to appear -- but he's pleading not-guilty to a charge of misdemeanor sex abuse stemming from an incident in February, TBD reports.

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Gang Investigations In Montgomery Co. Have Latino Teens Claiming Profiling

After several Latino teenagers were lined up and photographed by police officers at the Montgomery County Fair, Latino advocates are looking for changes to the police department's gang investigation tactics.

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D.C. Steps Up Mail Safety At Schools After Scare

In the District, authorities say they are taking steps to ensure the safety of all mail going in the school system after more than a dozen D.C. public schools received suspicious letters containing a white powdery substance Thursday.

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Photos Of Tattoos Raise Questions On Montgomery Police's Gang Policies

Teenagers with tattoos are usually eager to show off their "ink" -- but some teens in Montgomery County say they're being wrongly forced to show them off to the police.

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Alexandria Renames City Jail For Slain Sheriff

The jail in Alexandria is now known as the William Truesdale Adult Detention Center, named for a slain deputy sheriff.

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