- VIDEO: 7-Eleven Clerk Disarms Would-Be Burglar A burglar attempted to stick up a 7-Eleven in Frederick, Md., but the clerk was having none of it.
- Bowie Baysox to Change Name to Bowie Baysox The Maryland minor league squad will (kind of) change their team name for one night to honor a late music legend.
- Highest-Ranking Officer Acquitted in Fourth Freddie Gray Trial The highest-ranking officer of the six charged in the Freddie Gray case has been found not guilty of all charges.
- 911 System Fails in Montgomery County The emergency police response system in Montgomery County failed late Sunday night.
- Gov. Hogan ‘Hair BobbleHead’ Winner of Bowie Baysox’s ‘Bobblection’ The Bowie Baysox and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan teamed up to raise awareness about cancer on Sunday afternoon.
- Baltimore Police: Man Dies Following North Pulaski Street Shooting Baltimore Police are investigating shooting that left a man dead on Sunday afternoon.
- 3 Firefighters Injured, Dog Dies In Temple Hills Fire Three firefighters were injured following a fire in Temple Hills on Sunday afternoon, according to Mark Brady, Chief Spokesperson with the Prince George's CountyFire/EMS Department.
- Woman Stabbed, Man Shot During Baltimore Domestic Incident, Police Say Baltimore Police are investigating a domestic related incident that left a woman stabbed and a man shot on Sunday morning.
- Corpse Flower Set to Bloom at U.S. Botanic Garden The infamous Corpse Flower is expected to hit peak bloom next week in D.C.
- Delegates: Kaine Pick Solid, May Not Help Dem Unity Democrats say Tim Kaine will appeal to moderates but also do little to soothe disenchanted Bernie Sanders supporters.
- Real Estate Agent Finds Two Squatters and 63 Cats Living in D.C. Home A real estate agent had a nasty shock when checking on a home in Northwest D.C. on Tuesday evening.
- Man Admits to Impersonating Congressman’s Aide for Perks A man claimed to be the chief of staff of a Georgia congressman and asked for perks such as a field pass for an NFL game.
- Wilson Ramos Hits Nats’ Longest Homerun of 2016 With a blast six feet longer than Bryce Harper's homerun last Wednesday, Wilson Ramos hit the Nats' longest home run this season.
- Papelbon Gives Up First Runs of July, Blows Save The Nationals led 6-4 entering the eighth before Alex Dickerson and Ryan Schimpf hit consecutive solo shots off Kelley to tie it.
- It’s Time to Revisit the #Boogie2DC Talk Will the Kings try to sell high on DeMarcus Cousins and make a move for Bradley Beal?
- Dusty Baker Defends Team Against ‘Loaded’ Question The Nationals skipper doesn't appreciate a reporter criticizing the state of his team.
- Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza Inducted Into Hall of Fame Two players who began their careers at opposite ends of the spectrum nearly three decades ago ended up in the same place on Sunday — with their names etched on plaques at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
- Reimold’s HR Helps Orioles Beat Indians 5-3 for 3-Game Sweep Pinch-hitter Nolan Reimold hit a game-winning, two-out homer in the ninth inning after Pedro Alvarez reached on a strikeout, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Cleveland Indians 5-3 Sunday for a three-game sweep.
- IOC Leaders Stop Short of Complete Ban On Russians From Rio Olympic leaders stopped short Sunday of imposing a complete ban on Russia from the Rio de Janeiro Games, leaving individual global sports federations to decide which athletes should be cleared to compete.
- WNBA Withdraws Fines for Teams that Wore Black Warmup Shirts The WNBA is withdrawing its fines for teams and players that showed support of citizens and police involved in recent shootings by wearing black warmup shirts before and during games.