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Fairfax County burglars have a taste for the finer things; Purchase of Metro’s new rail cars at risk

Posted by Carten Cordell / Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

U.S. indicts FIFA soccer officials in alleged bribery scandal
(The Washington Post)

Purchase of Metro’s new rail cars at risk
(The Washington Post)

Burglars in Fairfax County have a taste for the finer things
(WTOP)

Bulova tries to protect Dunn-Loring homes from I-66 expansion
(WTOP)

Virginia delegate race takes on an international flair
(WAMU)

Man with pressure cooker at Memorial Day concert apologies; 72K ladybugs released in school

Posted by Carten Cordell / Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Loudoun supervisor with DUI, domestic record reconsiders campaign
(The Washington Post)

Man with pressure cooker at Memorial Day concert apologies
(WTOP)

72K ladybugs released in school as senior prank
(WTOP)

Virginia has highest rate of uninsured in the country
(WAMU)

Suspect in quadruple killings captured; Congress takes aim at predatory towing

Posted by Carten Cordell / Friday, May 22nd, 2015

Suspect in quadruple killings captured in D.C., police say
(The Washington Post)

Sweet Briar College FOIA request gets $19K price tag
(The Washington Post)

Congress takes aim at predatory towing
(ARLNow)

Cold case investigators ID missing Virginia teen 42 years later
(WTOP)

Maryland man suspected in quadruple murder; Alexandria chooses location for Potomac Yard Metro

Posted by Carten Cordell / Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Maryland man suspected in quadruple homicide and arson in NW Washington
(The Washington Post)

Alexandria chooses location for Potomac Yard Metro
(The Washington Post)

Fairfax court publishes name of victim in Jesse Matthew rape case
(WTOP)

Morrissey confirms he’s former employee’s child
(WTOP)

New I-66 plan rolls over residents with eminent domain
(WAMU)

The Beer Chronicles

Posted by Editorial / Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Author Garrett Peck

Photo by Aaron Spicer.

Toasting beer’s long-lasting legacy in the Metro-D.C. area with author and historian Garrett Peck.

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Family used cancer charities to bilk donors of $187M; Time-saving tips for Memorial Day travelers

Posted by Carten Cordell / Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

FTC: Family used cancer charities to bilk donors of $187M
(The Washington Post)

Quiz: Reagan or National? What do you call these D.C. things?
(The Washington Post)

Time-saving tips for Memorial Day travelers
(WTOP)

Virginia transportation projects to compete for approval
(WTOP)

How to deal with allergy season; Judge upholds seizure of pet camel

Posted by Carten Cordell / Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Trial of Post reporter held in Iran set to begin next week
(The Washington Post)

How to deal with D.C.’s extra-awful allergy season
(The Washington Post)

Judge upholds seizure of man’s pet camel
(WTOP)

Drivers winning in court against Express Lanes operator
(WTOP)

Alternate routes to ditch the summer traffic; Morrissey could face more charges

Posted by Carten Cordell / Monday, May 18th, 2015

Alternate routes to ditch the summer traffic
(The Washington Post)

Sweet Briar College among ‘most endangered’ in Virginia
(WTOP)

Morrissey could face more charges
(WTOP)

Should Fairfax County have a citizen oversight board?
(WAMU)

B.B. King dies at 89; 4 dead in D.C. home after ‘suspicious’ fire

Posted by Carten Cordell / Friday, May 15th, 2015

B.B. King dies at 89
(The Washington Post)

Critics to question justice system following Virginia man’s exoneration
(The Washington Post)

4 found dead in D.C. home after ‘suspicious’ fire
(WTOP)

Fairfax County defends use of license plate readers
(WTOP)

Derailed Amtrak train traveling 106 mph; All Metro lines affected this weekend by work

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, May 14th, 2015

By Sophia Rutti

Derailed Amtrak train traveling twice the legal limit
(Washington Post)

Attorney: Amtrak engineer has ‘no recollection’ of fatal crash
(WTOP)

Metro travel affected throughout weekend on all lines
(NBC Washington)

5-year-old boy starts food drive for needy in Alexandria
(WJLA)

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