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The Washington region's largest energy utility company plans to install new devices in area homes that it says would reduce power outages from hours to mere seconds.
Drivers in Northwest have just recovered from the Ohio Drive construction that congested roads around the Lincoln Memorial, and now they have to contend with another jam on a commuter artery just a few miles to the north.
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Consumers can inadvertently exceed their daily allotment of harmful fats, according to a new study, through a loophole that allows food companies to mask the nutritional value of their products.
Tags: trans fats , Food and Drug Administration , FDA , Case Western University , Case Western Reserve University , Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine , Eric Brandt , food , KFC , Kraft , Kristi King
The new year isn't only looking brighter from increased daylight, but the slowly recovering economy is also yielding a growing number of area jobs.
Maryland and Virginia have new laws going into effect on Jan. 1, 2011.
With 569 home runs, 3,020 hits and a .288 lifetime hitting average, Rafael Palmeiro clearly had a distinguished career in baseball.
Tickets for Mayor-elect Vincent Gray's inaugural ball are sold out, disappointing many locals hoping to get into for the hottest event in town.
Firefighters have been able to extinguish a Ride On bus that caught fire Monday morning in northern Bethesda, but the after-effects are still proving hazardous for commuters.
A local utility company may have been responsible for a fire in Northwest just after the Christmas weekend, which fire officials say started from faulty electrical wires.
Sprawling transit delays from the recent blizzard are beginning to break up as the Northeast digs itself out from under feet of snow, but some are still having a hard time finding a way out of town.