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Ospreys that built a nest on a construction crane have stopped work on a bridge along Washington's Anacostia Riverwalk.
A fast-moving storm left a light coating of snow on roads that was gone just a few hours later, but not before it caused a series of crashes in Virginia.
Many of the signs posted around the District are not up-to-date with the changes, leaving various sections of open parking marked with signs that contradict themselves.
The National Tree Lighting Ceremony will take place Thursday afternoon, causing roads to close in the area around the White House Ellipse.
The Captial BikeShare program got off to a rolling start in D.C. Monday. Under the program, which is the nation's largest, members pay a fee, then use bikes parked at bike stations throughout the region. A bike can be picked up at any station at any time of day and left at any destination.
Tags: Capital Bikeshare , Arlington , Adrian Fenty , Jay Fisette , Polly Trottenberg , U.S. Department of Transportation , bicyclist , Washington Area Bicyclist Association , Gabe Klein , Kate Ryan , Sprawl & Crawl
The D.C. area wasn't always freeways, monuments and big office buildings, and some recently discovered photographs show what commuting was like three generations ago.
Temperatures today will soar to near 100 degrees, and the humidity could make it feel as hot as 115 degrees.
The District Department of Transportation launches several new pilot programs Monday that will change the way drivers pay for parking in some parts of the city.
The 3.6 magnitude earthquake shook the D.C. area at around 5 a.m. Friday.
The District Department of Transportation will be closing one lane of the Chain Bridge Thursday and Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.