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Marine Corps Marathon creates weekend road closures

Fri Oct 24, 2014

One of the largest marathons in the country takes to the streets in Washington and Arlington this weekend, and that means road closures. Full Story

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Dad: White House jumper has 'mental health' issues

Fri Oct 24, 2014

The latest person to climb over the White House fence had the paranoid belief he was being watched by cameras and had previously been arrested at the executive mansion, his father said. Full Story

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D.C. scales back plan to expand streetcar network

Fri Oct 24, 2014

The D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT) had hoped to build a 22-mile streetcar network connecting all parts of the District, but now the agency admits that will not happen in the next 10 years. Full Story

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Jumper had mental health problems, father says (Video)

Thu Oct 23, 2014

Dominic Adesanya, the unarmed man who jumped the White House fence, had tried before to get in and see the president, Adesanya's father told a Baltimore TV station. Full Story

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D.C. substitute teacher faces sex charge

Wed Oct 22, 2014

A D.C. substitute teacher was arrested on a charge of having oral sex with a student, who recorded the encounter and shared it with friends. Full Story

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DC Mayor Gray calls flag mistake 'complete fiasco'

Wed Oct 22, 2014

Mayor Vincent Gray says an upside-down District of Columbia flag printed on the cover of the city's voter guide was a "complete fiasco" and tests his confidence in the elections board. Full Story

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Police arrest one, seek two more for sex assaults near Foggy Bottom

Tue Oct 21, 2014

Four women were attacked within a few hours and a few miles of each other early Sunday in Northwest. Police have arrested a man in two of the attacks, but investigators are still looking for two other suspects. Full Story

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Washington is flush with toilets

Wed Oct 22, 2014

ized swimming pools could be filled with the water used in a day's worth of flushes in the Washington area. Full Story

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Substitute DC teacher arrested on sex charge

Wed Oct 22, 2014

A substitute teacher in the District of Columbia has been arrested on charges of having sex with a student on her first day at the school. Full Story

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A mammoth, but careful restoration at Smithsonian

Tue Oct 21, 2014

There are no instructions for taking apart a 20,000-year-old mammoth skeleton. So workers moved carefully Monday as they beheaded the massive one that has loomed for decades over the Ice Age hall in the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Full Story

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Shakespeare Theatre planning new DC support center

Wed Oct 22, 2014

The Shakespeare Theatre Company has closed on the purchase of Washington's former Southeastern University building to redevelop the site as a support center for the theater. Full Story

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SC pork executive sentenced in DC gun case

Wed Oct 22, 2014

A South Carolina pork-and-poultry executive accused of trying to enter a congressional office building in Washington with a handgun in his bag has pleaded guilty in the case. Full Story

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Towson opens investigation after DC rabbi arrested

Thu Oct 23, 2014

Towson University has launched an internal investigation into whether it complied with federal sex discrimination laws after learning a rabbi who teaches there invited students to take ritual baths at his District of Columbia synagogue. Full Story

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Containing Ebola requires detective work, medical expertise

Wed Oct 22, 2014

Doctors and nurses are on the front lines of the war on Ebola. But an equally important role in the battle is played by men and women who combine police-style detective work with medical science. Full Story

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Proposal would take bicycles off sidewalks when possible

Thu Oct 23, 2014

A new plan would require cyclists and Segway drivers to stop riding on sidewalks and use bike lanes every time those lanes are available. Full Story

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Washington Wizards volunteering at food bank

Thu Oct 23, 2014

The coach of the Washington Wizards and several players will be volunteering at a local food bank. Full Story

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4 men stabbed in DC attack

Wed Oct 22, 2014

Four men suffered stab wounds after being attacked by a man in the District of Columbia. Full Story

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DC man found guilty in murder on crowded block

Thu Oct 23, 2014

A District of Columbia man has been found guilty in the 2012 murder of another man on a crowded block in the city's Southeast. Full Story