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Today marks the beginning of summer, and already there is dancing in the streets.
Check out the surveillance video of an early Metro pileup after an escalator failed in October.
Supporters of those protesting a bill that would strip most Wisconsin state public employee's collecting bargaining rights held a rally in Dupont Circle Saturday.
Washingtonians may have a reputation as weather wimps, but the Capital Bikeshare program will challenge that notion, rolling right through even the most frigid of winter days. The bike share will due expand this spring, with 36 more stations installed to go along with the 106 already in place in D.C. and Arlington.
When it comes to an infamous watering hole, the name may be even more important than the valuable service it provides both to regulars and first-timers. And now, one of the most famous bars in the region -- and the country -- is looking to its patrons to give it a new name.
The number of pedestrian fatal accidents across the region has remained steady over the last decade at about 80 per year.
The driver who allegedly killed a 24-year-old woman in Dupont Circle Thursday in a hit-and-run turned herself in Friday at the D.C. Second District Police Station in Northwest, and was charged with involuntary manslaughter.
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.
You'll have to hoof down the escalators. One escalator at each entrance is going up.