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  • Girl hit by car while biking in North Bethesda

    ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) — Authorities in Montgomery County say a 10-year-old girl was seriously injured when she was struck by a car while riding her bike in North Bethesda. Officials say the girl was struck around 6:30 p.m. Friday near the intersection of Tuckerman Lane and Kings Riding Way....

  • Police ID 23-year-old killed in Brandywine crash

    BRANDYWINE, Md. (AP) — Prince George's County police are identifying a 23-year-old killed in a single-car accident in Brandywine in which the driver fled from the scene. Police on Saturday identified the man who died as Brendan Munnerlyn of Waldorf. Police say Munnerlyn was a passenger in a...

  • Police: jogger assaulted on trail in Fairfax

    FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — Police in Fairfax County say a woman running on a residential trail near Rocky Run Park was assaulted by a man riding a bicycle. Police say it happened Thursday around 7 p.m. near the 12900 block of Point Pleasant Drive. Police describe the suspect as a white or Hispanic...

  • Arlington officials OK $2 million in park upgrades

    ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — Officials in Arlington County have approved approximately $2 million for renovations at one of the county's biggest and most popular parks. The Arlington County Board voted Saturday to approve the improvements to Virginia Highlands Park, which is near the Pentagon City...

  • Kenya's tradition: Bead work still vital to tribes

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Susana Daniel Chemakwany (SHAY'-mah-KWAH'-nee) is stitching tiny, multicolored beads into a colorful array of necklaces, wristlets and earrings under a tent near the U.S. Capitol. Clothes, shoes and baskets with beading in her designs are sold in a nearby marketplace. But...

  • South Capitol Street Bridge to close for testing

    WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia transportation officials say the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge will be closed for several hours for routine testing. Officials say the bridge, also called the South Capitol Street Bridge, will be closed on Sunday from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. Transportation...

  • Corcoran Gallery's proposed merger goes to court

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Court proceedings opened Friday in the planned merger of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, one of the nation's oldest museums, with two larger institutions after years of financial troubles and daunting renovation needs. District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Robert Okun heard...

  • Judge tosses remaining portion of DC schools suit

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge has thrown out the remainder of a lawsuit that attempted to halt the closure of 15 District of Columbia public schools. Empower DC, the community group that had backed the lawsuit, had argued the closures discriminated against poor, minority and disabled...

  • Metrobus involved in crash on Beltway on-ramp

    BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — Authorities say four people were injured in a crash involving a car and a Metrobus on an entrance ramp to the Capital Beltway. The crash occurred around 3:45 p.m. in Bethesda, on the entrance ramp from Old Georgetown Road to Interstate 495. Metro spokeswoman Morgan Dye...

  • Police: Driver fled crash that killed passenger

    BRANDYWINE, Md. (AP) — Prince George's County police say a driver fled on foot from the scene of a single-car accident that killed one of his passengers. The crash occurred around 10:45 p.m. Thursday on McKendree Road in Brandywine. Police say the driver ran off the road and crashed into a...

  • Zoo euthanizes Sulawesi macaque named Spock

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Zoo says it has euthanized its Sulawesi macaque, the last of a group donated to the zoo almost two decades ago. The zoo said it euthanized the 27-year-old male macaque named Spock on Thursday. The zoo says Spock suffered from arthritis in his knees and ankles and...

  • Judge hears state secrets claim on No Fly List

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A judge will hear arguments from the federal government that a constitutional challenge to its No Fly List should be tossed out of court because it would expose state secrets. A Virginia man, Gulet (GOO'-lett) Mohamed, challenged his placement on the list in 2011 after he...

  • DC expands summer meal program for youth

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The District of Columbia is expanding a program that provides free meals for children and teens during the summer. Mayor Vincent Gray's office says starting Saturday, free meals will be offered on Saturdays at certain libraries, parks and recreation centers. The mayor's...

  • Va. proposes adding express lanes to I-66

    FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — Transportation officials hope to transform a heavily congested stretch of Interstate 66 in northern Virginia by adding express lanes, a rapid bus system and a park-and-ride network. The proposed changes to the 25-mile stretch of highway between Haymarket and Tysons Corner...

  • Workers to return to Navy Yard building in Feb.

    ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — About 2,700 workers displaced by the Washington Navy Yard shootings last year will begin returning to the renovated building in February, Navy Vice Admiral William Hilarides said Thursday. By the end of April, the enormous office building where a gunman killed 12 civilian...



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