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The first shift to a new bridge that's part of the High Occupancy Toll Lanes project begins Thursday night.
A journalist who was biking five blocks from the Convention Center Monday was killed in a collision with a military truck.
WTOP's Adam Tuss says road closures will remain in effect around the area until after Tuesday's rush hour.
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The National Museum of Americans in Wartime will be located on 70 acres of donated land along Interstate 95 right at Dale Boulevard.
When it comes to personal information, how personal is too personal? What have you been told? How have you reacted?
The move will save $2.7 million.
The blaze displaced about 20 residents and caused $600,000 in damage.
"The incident cleanup is taking, frankly, more time than it really needs to," says Dave Snyder, chairman of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' transportation planning board.
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Turning out the lights, shutting down computers and printers at night and controlling the thermostat in the winter paid off for Stafford County.
Female gingko trees around D.C. are bearing fruit much earlier than usual. Those fruits have an unsavory odor.