• What’s next for Prince George’s County after school board member indicted?

    WASHINGTON — Her resignation wasn’t a surprise — but her indictment came as a shock. Prince George’s County Board of Education member Lynnette Mundey had announced in June that she was leaving the board, stepping…

  • 5 GAO employees accused of school lunch fraud

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Five employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office underreported their income or reported having no income at all in order to fraudulently obtain reduced-price school lunches for their children, a prosecutor said…

  • High driver in fatal H Street crash to serve prison time

    WASHINGTON — A Silver Spring driver convicted of hitting and killing a pedestrian while high on PCP in Downtown D.C. was sentenced Friday to 80 months in prison. James B. Chandler Jr., 33, will serve…

  • Driver enters Alford plea in fatal H Street crash

    WASHINGTON — A Silver Spring, Maryland man has entered an Alford plea to charges of voluntary manslaughter and driving under the influence of PCP for the February death of a pedestrian in downtown D.C. James…

  • GAO asked to investigate why voters waited hours to cast ballots

    Two members of Congress have asked the Government Accountability
    Office to investigate why voters in Virginia and Florida had to wait hours in line
    to cast their ballots on Election Day 2012.