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Wizards thrash depleted Heat in home finale

The way the Wizards were in sync Monday, it may not have mattered had LeBron James and Chris Bosh played for the Miami Heat. They blew out the two-time defending champions, who chose to rest those starters and only allowed Dwyane Wade to play 19 minutes, 114-93 at Verizon Center in spectacular fashion in front
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Antoine-Petty Tattooed-face man sought

Prince George’s County Police are looking for a man with tattoos all over his face as part of itsWanted Wednesday feature. Antoine Petty has a face that’s impossible to miss. Check him out. He has a smiley face on his nose, but Petty doesn’t appear to happy. Police said the 30-year-old Petty is wanted for stealing a
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Love Nightclub Up for Sale at May 1 Auction

Love Nightclub (1350 Okie Street NE) is on the auction block! After years of financial struggle, the Northeast hot spot is up for sale thanks to bankruptcy. According to the official auction website, Love heads to the block on May 1 at 11 a.m. The description of the 35,000 square foot nightclub reveals some interesting
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The Ultimate Warrior joins a long list of wrestlers who died prematurely

In dying unexpectedly on Tuesday, the professional wrestler known as the Ultimate Warrior (né James Hellwig) had this in common with many of his contemporaries: He expired long before his time. Professional wrestlers of Warrior’s generation (he was 54) have experienced a mortality rate that would be considered a crisis and a scandal if it
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Sneaker Con DC/DMV Spring 2014 Event Recap

If you were in Washington DC or the greater DC/Maryland/Virgina area this weekend, then you know what a spectacle the latest Sneaker Con show was. If not then don’t worry, as we’re here with a full photo recap to show off exactly what went down in the show. Keep in mind that the attendance this
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Rudd case: Gray calls for review, closure of DC General

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) — DC Mayor Vincent Gray Tuesday called for a review of the District’s handling of the Relisha Rudd case and the closure of DC General homeless shelter. Although the case remains a law-enforcement issue, Gray vowed to ensure a thorough review of the actions of all District government agencies that had contact with
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Achievement gaps between Montgomery’s high-poverty, low-poverty high schools grow

Montgomery County’s efforts to close the gap in achievement between its high-poverty and low-poverty high schools have not worked, with widening disparities on many measures of student success, according to a county report released Tuesday. The 59-page study found that the schools are increasingly divided by income, race and ethnicity, with African American, Latino and
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Chris Brown Assault Trial Will Go Ahead

Lawyers for Rihanna’s ex-boyfriend have failed to get charges dropped after the singer was accused of punching a fan, who had been attempting to get in a picture Brown was taking, in Washington, D.C., last October Chris Brown’s assault trial will go forward in Washington D.C. after a judge dismissed the defense’s attempt to get
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Beal owns New York

Like the last time the Wizards were in Madison Square Garden, they had to gut out a tight fourth-quarter to win their second game in a row and beat the New York Knicks for the third time this season. It also marks the first season sweep for Washington in 29 years. Bradley Beal led the
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