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Virginia mom hornet death (Courtesy Creason family)
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Fairfax Co. mom dies after hornet sting

On a Saturday afternoon earlier this month, Melodye Creason decided to trim back the azaleas in front of her family's Annandale home. A hornet stung her leading to her death. Now her family is trying to draw awareness so it doesn't happen to others. (Photos) Full Story

10 most stolen cars in Va., Md., D.C.

How likely is your car to be stolen? The National Insurance Crime Bureau is out with its annual Hot Wheels report of the most stolen vehicles. Full Story

Floods force dramatic rescues

Devastating flooding inundates Phoenix. Changes are promised to the no-fly list. The world's oldest man is named and more stories. Full Story

Living

What not to miss for D.C. Beer Week

With hundreds of events on tap for D.C.'s annual Beer Week, selecting a few to attend can be a difficult task. A local expert's picks. Full Story

Sports

From Taney to D.C., baseball takes root

While the Taney Dragons make national headlines, the Nationals Youth Baseball Academy takes aim at baseball here in D.C. Full Story

Federal News Radio

More lawmakers receptive to BRAC?

The Army estimates its infrastructure is at 18 percent excess capacity, which amounts to $500 million in excess costs. Full Story

Partly cloudy, warm, a few T-storms

Highs will top out in the upper 80s on Wednesday, with thunderstorms in spots in the afternoon. Read the full forecast. Full Story

'Jaw-dropping' results from heart study

Researchers reviewed data on nearly 34 million Medicare patients between 1999 and 2011 and found positive changes in heart health. Full Story

Entertainment

Cheat Sheet: Fall TV preview guide

The upcoming TV season features everything from crime fighting feds to virginal moms-to-be. Here's what to expect. Full Story

Tech

Google tracking your every step

Google Maps is storing your travel data. Data Doctor Ken Colburn explains why and steps smartphone users can take to protect their privacy. Full Story


Pride of Baltimore

An historic ship docks in D.C. for visitors to tour for free.


Clean Getaway?

Police caught a robber who showered and shaved at victim's home.


Luxury Stadiums

College stadiums' luxuries include flashy screens, party decks.


Music & Business

Trisha Yearwood is busy with her music career ... and in the kitchen.

Stock Markets

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New Ingredient

You won't believe how far this food craze goes.

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