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Back-to-school time means a lot of kids hitting the pavement, climbing into a school bus or jumping into a car, some making the trip for the very first time. And Deborah Hersman, the acting chairwoman of the National Transportation Safety Board, says drivers and students alike need to be careful out there.
Passengers must wait a little longer before every D.C. taxicab is equipped with credit card readers. More than half of the city's cabs will not be ready to accept cashless payments by the Sept. 1 deadline.
This September marks 12 years since the terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. The America's 911 Foundation is paying tribute to the first responders by taking its message on the road.
A second round of foreclosures is hitting Maryland and more people are losing their homes as the state catches up on the backlog of delinquent mortgages.
The Fairfax County Health Department is recommending all students, staff and faculty members of Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, Va., be tested for tuberculosis after three students have tested positive for active tuberculosis since December.
They slept on the cold, hard ground Friday night - just to get a root canal. Hundreds of people from all over Maryland were treated at a two-day free dental clinic in Laurel this weekend.
D.C. police are investigating a recent assault as a hate crime.
New options for international travel appear headed to the region as Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) grows.
Just hours before friends gathered to remember John Malvar, the 18-year-old who died after a skateboarding accident in Arlington last month, they made a shocking discovery.
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A new Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport expansion plan will pave the way for more overseas flights and shorter lines.
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