Gas prices are edging up as the conflict in Libya escalates, but one Virginia cab company is promoting a new business model.
Because of the largest increase in crime in five years, Metro wants to curb the problem by restricting students' use of its bus and rail system.
Gas prices in the Washington metro area are varying by as much as 50 cents, depending on where you fill up.
Virginia is announcing support for an unprecedented tree-planting project to commemorate the lives of soldiers killed during the Civil War.
Friday's high winds knocked down a utility pole between the New York Avenue and the Rhode Island Avenue Stations.
Metro crime statistics show the transit agency has hit a five-year high in the number of rapes, robberies and assaults.
Upheaval in Libya has led to an increase in gas prices and that's one of the reasons a cab company in Arlington, Va., says it's glad it has a fleet of all hybrid taxis.
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