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Questions of driver safety arise after Metrobus hijacking

In what was described as a bizarre event, an armed Metrobus rider fought with the driver, hijacked the bus and struck and killed a pedestrian a few blocks away. It happened in three minutes, raising concerns about driver safety.

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Company recalls frozen vegetables linked to listeria

A Washington-state company has expanded its recall of frozen vegetables linked to a listeria outbreak that has sickened eight people. Check the list of what's been recalled.

Dulles adds nonstop flights to Peru, Toronto

The international airport serving the Washington area now has nonstop flights to Lima, Peru. Air Canada has also added nonstop flights to Toronto.

Fairfax Co. may be step closer to serving meals tax

County supervisors have not yet agreed on the language of a proposed November referendum that would lay out how the money raised by the new tax would be spent.

Town hall centers on heroin, opioid use

A town hall meeting Tuesday night about heroin and prescription drug abuse in Fairfax County began with bad news.

Mom reunites with workers who delivered her baby

A mother and child reunion brought together a first-time mom and the D.C. first responders who delivered her baby. See photos.

Warm weather means tick season is on the way

Whenever you, your kids or pets have been outdoors, be sure to do a full body check for ticks when you come back inside.

DHS sweetens cyber workforce recruiting with new bonuses

The Department of Homeland Security is about to roll out a new series of incentive payments to lure cyber experts from the private sector and keep them in the civil service.

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