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In San Francisco, a group of neighbors created CurbTXT, a way to alert one another before nasty notes are written or cars are ticketed.
Thousands of D.C. Public School students will be going to different schools next year because of the latest round of school closures announced Thursday.
Senate Sergeant at Arms Terry Gainer talks about the logistics that go into coordinating so many VIPs at the same time.
A petition on the White House website urges President Barack Obama to put the D.C. 'taxation without representation' license plate on the presidential limo. Now, two members of the D.C. City Council are meeting with White House officials to discuss that very issue.
He's credited with creating a sound that defined the D.C. music scene for years. Now the Godfather of Go-Go will get his own stage. D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray signed legislation on Thursday paving the way for the Chuck Brown Music Pavilion.
The man convicted of beating and robbing an elderly woman more than six years ago has had his convictions overturned and could be getting out of prison.
D.C. politics just got a bit more interesting. Elissa Silverman, a former reporter turned activist, is joining the race for the D.C. Council.
D.C. police are investigating the death of a local restaurant and food truck owner.
D.C. voting rights advocates are taking their plea for representation in Congress to a higher power: the presidential limo.
The District of Columbia Department of Transportation is expected to announce a change in speed limits on several major roads.
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