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Gray wants D.C. schools to shed 'agrarian concept'

Mayor Vince Gray was a guest Friday on WTOP's "Ask the Mayor" program.

Friday - 04/27/2012, 07:48pm EDT

Gray behind D.C. license plate scans; $1M to Rawlings family

The mayor unveiled the ballpark settlement amount for the DeOnte Rawlings case, following the announcement earlier this month that the family's $100 million lawsuit against the city had been resolved.

Wednesday - 11/23/2011, 01:11pm EST

D.C. Mayor: Driver arrests for expired registration must stop

Following a letter from Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, Gray said he wants the arrests to stop for drivers whose registration has expired.

Thursday - 10/13/2011, 11:46am EDT

D.C. Mayor Gray may change parking, taxi rates

The mayor indicated he is open to raising the rate for taxis in D.C., following complaints from some drivers that fares under the meter system are too low.

Tuesday - 05/17/2011, 02:04pm EDT

Gray: 'Park with impunity' under fed. shutdown

With a federal shutdown potentially furloughing city workers -- including those at parking enforcement and the D.C. Department of Transportation -- Gray said people would be able to "park with impunity" throughout the city, and the Cherry Blossom Festival would be canceled.

Thursday - 04/07/2011, 01:26pm EDT