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The condition of the officer wasn¡¯t immediately known.
A leader in the violent Salvadoran gang testified about ordering a group murder.
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Temperatures make a run at record highs near 80 today.
Stun gun is used against swords.
Police say one arrest made.
Outdoor diners appear unruffled.
Chancellor Antwan Wilson had been in the post for just a year.
Despite almost flat budget, City Manager Mark Jinks proposes several new initiatives.
The increase would have offset the likely elimination of the council¡¯s controversial car allowance.
About a half-dozen spaces are slated to open or expand this year in the District and Northern Virginia.
The school board chief claims Steven L. Walts misled the board about an August car accident, which a district spokeswoman said Walts reported immediately to school officials and police.
Virginia¡¯s largest jurisdiction wants to increase property taxes an average of $268 per household.
Edlin School¡¯s team beats 43 middle schools from around the world.
These temperatures are more typical of May than February.
Trial starts for Michael Vaughn, 60, who is accused of selling votes for cash in liquor board scandal.
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