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Recent articles by Martin:

Maryland prisoner dies after altercation, police say

Dispute was in a prison in Cumberland. → Read More

Man shot in NE after dispute over littering, D.C. police say

A man was shot in Northeast Washington on Sunday after a dispute over littering, the D.C. police said. The man told police he had argued with people in a car about 5 p.m. in the 800 block of Crittenden Street NE, over litter that was apparently being discarded from the vehicle. But the dispute escalated, police said. They said a passenger got out of the car and fired two shots at the man. The… → Read More

Potentially life-threatening injury after car hits tree in Montgomery

Vehicle crashes in Germantown area, fire officials say. → Read More

Once again, female giant panda shows signs that breeding time approaches

But Mei Xiang is said not yet ready to breed this year. → Read More

Virginia woman dies after being intentionally hit by car, police say

Incident occurs Sunday in Manassas. → Read More

Tree falls, starts chain that creates brush fire in Montgomery, officials say

Wires are damaged in Germantown area. → Read More

Nature, cherry blossoms take their course, are at stage 3 of 5 before peak bloom

In Washington, where the affairs of state take their often-turbulent course each day, nature takes its own course, as around the Tidal Basin, the world-famed cherry trees are slowly making their way toward the period of peak bloom. The blossoms have reached stage three of their progress toward full bloom, the National Park Service said on Saturday. “Halfway home,” the Park Service said. Stage… → Read More

Police arrest suspect in daytime shootout in Northwest Washington

In the video, one person in a parking lot fires in the direction of two others, about 15 yards away. The two appear to fire back. → Read More

Man in Fairfax County offers to help load groceries but takes car, police say

Incident reported in Alexandria area of Fairfax. → Read More

Wounds possibly life-threatening after Fairfax County shooting, police say

Late night incident is in Springfield area. → Read More

Swirl of rain, snow, hail and wind whiplashes D.C. region

Though spring is officially underway, the area briefly snapped in and out of winter conditions Friday. → Read More

Hit-and-run investigation leads to closet, Fairfax County police say

Incident is reported in Vienna area. → Read More

New details of “unicorn” robbery given by police; two men charged, they say

Cash register smashed with crowbar, police say. → Read More

Windows shot out in more than two dozen cars in Southern Md., officials say

Sheriff’s office says pellet gun was used. → Read More

Tuesday and Wednesday to offer supermoon, full moon, equinox

Moon makes close approach Tuesday; equinox, full moon Wednesday. → Read More

Man found slain Sunday in SE Washington, police say

An assault had been reported, police say. → Read More

Man found in crashed truck in Virginia was slain, police say

Gunfire breaks out just west of Loudoun County. → Read More

Man in store in Fairfax County shows girl sexually explicit images, police say

He had asked for help with the phone. → Read More

A mild Sunday tricks us into thinking it’s spring

The temperature was one degree below normal, but that didn’t stop some people from pursuing warm-weather activities. → Read More

Convenience store robber wore unicorn costume, Baltimore County police say

Robber reportedly fled High’s on Long Green Pike in a silver car at 5 a.m. → Read More