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South Manor Neighbors Oppose Site For Metro Crash Memorial

Neighbors of a proposed memorial to victims of the 2009 Metrorail crash aren't necessarily thrilled about the city's designated location.  

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Betting The Odds: D.C. Sending Large Delegation To Vegas Conference

The D.C. Council is sending a large cadre of representatives to an annual retail and real estate conference in Las Vegas this year, in hopes of making some major deals for the city.

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The Best Bets from Washington Consumers' Checkbook

When you – or your pet – need medical attention, finding the right place for care can be overwhelming. With myriad hospitals and vet clinics to choose from, affordable quality care can vary widely. We get advice from Washington...

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Housing Advocates Plan Protest At Wilson Building

Affordable housing advocates will descend on D.C. city hall this evening to call for more housing funding from the D.C. government.

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Virginia's Supreme Court Considers Alexandria's Wales Alley Fight

The fight over Wales Alley in Alexandria continues in Virginia Supreme Court today; the Old Dominion Boat Club is hoping the court upholds a ruling that a restaurant's patio unfairly blocks its members' access to the water.

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Alexandria Apartments' Forthcoming Sale Worries Residents

Hundreds of residents at an Alexandria apartment complex face an uncertain future, as the landlord prepares to sell the property.

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D.C. Building Heights Rule Could Be Relaxed

D.C.'s strict height limits for buildings could be relaxed if some city and Congressional leaders get their way.

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Alexandria Waterfront Plan On Hold After Board Rules For Opponents

Challengers to the Alexandria waterfront redevelopment plan won a hard-fought victory Thursday night when the city's Board of Zoning Appeals granted their challenge to the proposal. City leaders are planning an emergency response.

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Hurricanes, Tornadoes & Severe Storms: Are you ready?

Tornadoes. Hurricanes. Severe Storms. Early-warning can protect people and property when severe weather hits. But how do you get people to actually HEED the warnings?

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Clinton University Volunteers Rehab D.C. Houses

Several Northeast D.C. residents got a home makeover, and a visit from former President Bill Clinton, over the weekend.