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05  mars     10h00
D.C.-area forecast: Rain ends by midday, but much more to come this week
Matt Rogers    Skies should brighten by later this afternoon, but rain returns tomorrow into tomorrow night and probably later Friday through Saturday.
    02h32
Our absolute hero’: Thousands mourn Virginia firefighter killed in house blast
Justin Jouvenal    Trevor Brown died Feb. , and others were hurt, when leaking propane at a residence in Sterling led to a massive explosion, authorities said.
    02h10
Body-cam footage released in fatal Pr. George’s police shooting at apartment
Jasmine Hilton, Katie Mettler    The Maryland Attorney General’s Office released body camera footage in the fatal police shooting of Melvin Jay inside his apartment.
    00h57
Virginia senator keeps everyone guessing as clock ticks on arena
Laura Vozzella, Gregory S. Schneider    Sen. L. Louise Lucas has power in the legislature and grave doubts about the billion arena plan for Alexandria that would house the Wizards and Capitals.
04  mars     23h59
Powerful Va. senator keeps everyone guessing as clock ticks on arena
Laura Vozzella, Gregory S. Schneider    Sen. L. Louise Lucas D Portsmouth has power in the legislature and grave doubts about the billion arena plan for Alexandria.
    23h25
Md. lawmakers drop aid-in-dying, frustrating terminally ill patients
Katie Shepherd    Democratic leaders in the Maryland legislature said members were not pressed to vote for aid in dying, a proposal to let those with terminal illnesses end their lives.
    22h46
Purple Line, delayed until 2027, needs another 425 million infusion
Danny Nguyen    Maryland transit authorities are seeking an additional million for Purple Line construction, putting the long delayed project more than billion over budget.
    22h33
Our absolute hero’: Thousands mourn Va. firefighter killed in house blast
Justin Jouvenal    Funeral is held for the Loudoun County firefighter killed Feb. in a house explosion cause by leaking propane.
    22h05
PM Update: Rain is moderate to heavy tonight, and lasts into Tuesday
Ian Livingston    A half inch to an inch could fall, especially along Interstate eastward. Sunshine tries to return late in the day.
    10h00
D.C.-area forecast: A very rainy week, but temperatures are mild
Jason Samenow    Three rainstorms could easily produce more than inches of rain by Sunday.
    01h37
Inside the D.C. Council’s turn away from progressive crime strategies
Emily Davies, Meagan Flynn    The council is expected to pass a bill that would enhance punishment for some gun crimes and make it easier to hold people while they await trial.
03  mars     23h34
All pets go to heaven. She helps them do it at home.
Justin Wm. Moyer    You’re not taking away good days, veterinarian Karen Meyers said. You’re taking away pain.
    22h54
Everybody knew then (and they know now) that kids like Relisha need us
Petula Dvorak    A decade after year old Relisha Rudd was taken by a janitor at D.C.’s largest homeless shelter, we still haven’t made children a priority.
    22h45
At age 8, Relisha vanished. A decade later, she haunts a changed city.
Ellie Silverman    Relisha Rudd was last seen in March after a janitor at a D.C. homeless shelter took her. Her disappearance altered practices and people.
    20h40
PM Update: Late-night patchy fog slightly possible. Mainly cloudy Monday.
A. Camden Walker    Expect noticeable afternoon breezes tomorrow in the D.C. region, with just a tiny chance of a stray shower.
    19h59
Amazing wave clouds form over Catoctin Mountains of Maryland
Jason Samenow, Ian Livingston    The clouds, shaped like curling waves and formed by a phenomenon known as Kelvin Helmholtz instability, occur as a result of differences in air density in adjacent layers of the sky.
    16h49
Child brings loaded gun to elementary school in Alexandria, police say
Martin Weil    Police said the student brought the gun in a bookbag to the Lyles Crouch Traditional Academy on Friday.
    15h00
Inside the D.C. Council’s turn away from progressive crime strategies
Emily Davies, Meagan Flynn    The council is expected to pass a bill that would enhance punishment for some gun crimes and make it easier to hold people while they await trial.