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Bad thoughts about others walkers and making insulting gestures are just a couple of the signs of sidewalk rage.
The Redskins defensive lineman was charged Friday with a simple assault for a road rage incident with another motorist. A statement from Hayesworth's agent says that he is innocent and that his accuser is seeking fame and money.
A driver in the Third Street Tunnel opened fire on another car early Sunday morning, according to D.C. police.
Aggressive drivers beware! Your fellow commuters are fed up, and now they can do something about it.
Another incident of road rage in Prince William County has police looking for a suspect.
A new survey finds Washington drivers are among the most courteous in the country -- a stark contrast from two years ago.
Road rage may be the motive for the shooting death of a local driver.
The gun that police say was used to fire 13 shots during a road rage duel on Interstate 95 was legally owned, WTOP has learned.
"In that kind of traffic, to have somebody shoot upwards of 13 rounds at a moving vehicle, the fact that nobody was struck, no houses, no vehicles is somewhat miraculous," says Virginia State Police Lt. Danny Glick.