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The battle over a breast cancer drug will be heating up again at the end of the month after the FDA banned its use.
College costs are going up in the area, even at public universities.
Imagine this scene: 3,000 yellow rubber ducks dropped from the Route 123 bridge and into the river below. It was like a waterfall of yellow ducks.
Golfers beware. Those clubs sitting in the garage may not be what they appear.
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Finding a clean bathroom while on the road just got a little bit easier.
When the History Channel contacted the Prince George's County Fire Department about appearing on its show, "101 Gadgets That Changed the World," they just couldn't resist.
An anti-homework movement is spreading across the country just as students prepare to enjoy summer. The argument: Kids just can't take any more pressure.
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Jaws dropped in a Fairfax County courthouse after a Woodbridge man is accused of having sex while driving at 85 miles per hour on the Beltway.
Distracted driving affects everyone on the road. Over the last nine months there has been nearly a 50 percent increase in distracted driving-related citations in Fairfax County compared to the same time last year.