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Bowser, business leaders pitch $400M plan to fix Washington, DC’s ailing downtown

D.C. officials unveiled recommendations Monday to revive the city’s ailing downtown and help return the revenue it generates to pre-pandemic levels - emphasizing public safety as worries about crime escalate and reconceptualizing corridors that once catered to 9-to-5 employees as…...

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Man allegedly raped child at least ten times

A man is under arrest accused of raping a girl known to him multiple times over the past five years. Thirty-six-year-old Jonel Ollet is charged with five counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, along with special allegation vulnerable victim. Cour...

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Robocalls, ringless voicemails and AI: Real estate enters the age of automation

Southern California's real estate market is as cold as the snow currently adorning the peaks of its mountains. Interest rates are up. Inventory is down. And deals are few and far between....

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Complaint: Four repeatedly raped young girls

Three men and a 16-year-old boy are under arrest accused of raping two young girls known to them. Thirty-four-year-old Manuel Arriola is charged with three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct. Forty-one-year-old Patrick Arriola is charged with...

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Housing-market rebound poses challenge in Fed's inflation fight

Home prices are again on the rise after a brief dip last year, complicating the Federal Reserve's effort to contain inflation and raising questions about how much further policymakers will have to hike interest rates....

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Couple indicted in deadly Valentine's Day shooting

A grand jury handed down the indictment late Thursday against co-defendants Domingo Mendiola and Jenna Manibusan. This means the grand jury believes prosecutors had enough evidence to charge the couple in the killing of 53-year-old Sumittra Lairopi. Mendi...

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Surprisingly strong US economic data keeps recession fears at bay

A flurry of data showed surprising strength in several corners of the U.S. economy, painting a picture of resilience and further delaying any likelihood of recession....

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AG withdraws legal counsel for GovGuam agencies under investigation

21 Government of Guam agencies are under active civil and criminal investigation by the Guam Attorney General’s Office. This was revealed in a leaked confidential document that outlines why AG Doug Moylan and his attorneys will not be providing lega...

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US housing starts surge most since 2016

U.S. housing starts unexpectedly surged in May by the most since 2016 and applications to build increased, suggesting residential construction is on track to help fuel economic growth....

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Public Utilities Commission ready to act on emergency power if legislature, Governor approve

“The bottom line is the PUC can't really proceed until there's a law authorizing the procurement of this temporary power. But we're anticipating that there may be action by the legislature and once there is, the PUC will take all deliberate steps to...

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