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The candidates for D.C. Council debated at Catholic University Saturday.
The District may be using trees as crime fighting tools. D.C. is planting more trees this year than in any other year in recent history.
After a series of groping incidents near American University's campus, students are launching a program in an attempt to keep their peers safe at night.
Metro plans to offer commemorative fare cards with the president's picture, just as it did four years ago, but this time the cards will be cheaper and offer more choices.
A proposal by three members of the D.C. Council would reduce speed camera fines in the District from the highest in the nation to a maximum of $50.
D.C., Maryland and federal lawmakers Monday unveiled what will be the final 4-mile stretch of 60 miles of trails in D.C. and Maryland.
The FBI and Metropolitan Police Department are looking for a well-dressed man who robbed a local bank last week.
Police continue to investigate allegations by D.C. Councilmember Michael Brown that more than $100,000 was stolen from his re-election campaign, but so far do not have enough evidence to charge anyone with a crime.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray has rejected a plan by the city's taxi commission for a surcharge on some fares during Washington Nationals playoff games, WTOP has learned.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says if voters reject gambling in Prince George's County when they vote on the measure in November, he won't seek to re-introduce the gaming legislation while he's governor.
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