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The District of Columbia Department of Transportation is expected to announce a change in speed limits on several major roads.
It's not every day a judge holds a proceeding out on the street. But that's what happened Monday when a judge wanted to see for herself why some Northeast D.C. residents are suing the District.
It was the third-consecutive time the Dunbar Crimson Tide played in the D.C. championship game held at Eastern Senior High School near RFK Stadium. This year, Dunbar faced the Anacostia High School Indians.
In the past three years, the District paid $52.7 million to the private speed camera contractor ACS State & Local Solutions to install, operate and maintain the city's network of speed and red light cameras, according to a report by the Office of the Inspector General.
In the past two and a half years, Metro employees have racked up more than a quarter of a million dollars in traffic fines and late fees, most of them for either speeding or running red lights.
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Lots of times when things get stolen it's a crime of opportunity, and local police say the holiday season presents lots of opportunities for crooks.
After one of the longest battles over a grocery store that many can remember, ground finally broke on a new Giant in D.C.
The District's Department of Motor Vehicles dismissed approximately $5 million in late fees for photo enforced tickets and other fines last year, many of them because the agency could not prove the original fines were ever received.
A hot dog vendor and three George Washington University bookstore workers ran a black market textbook ring stealing $200,000 worth of books in just one month. The books from the campus store were then resold to students off the cart for a quarter of the bookstore price.
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New rules could be coming for scooter and moped drivers if a crackdown requested by Mayor Vincent Gray goes forward and is approved by the D.C. Council.
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