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An early warning system designed spot water line breaks before they rupture isn't a fail safe for all pipes. And as many as 800 sections of pipe across two area counties aren't covered by the detection system.
Pepco customers have long been frustrated by power outages that seem to happen too frequently and can stretch on for days. But that perception isn't keeping the company's leader from raking in big bucks.
Almost thirty years helping Georgetown win a national title, a member of the team is back in the winner's circle with a $1 million lotto ticket.
A radio reporter and anchor who drives a car with a rich history, but no radio.
Can a 16-year-old be trusted with a ballot? That question is being debated in Takoma Park.
Season ticket holders will be issued reusable cards. For some fans, the idea of not having a printed ticket is less than ideal.
Metro riders have experienced doors opening recently when they should not. The latest incident happened on the Green Line at L'Enfant Plaza, apparently because of operator error.
Exercise, in the right amount, could amplify the flu vaccine's effect offering better protection from the virus.
Many local students and their families were left in the lurch after a for-profit school suddenly went belly-up this week.
Standing on a narrow, suspended metal walkway below the surface of the Frederick Douglass Bridge, D.C. Department of Transportation Chief Engineer Ronaldo Nicholson explains the structure is both "functionally obsolete and structurally obsolete."