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Region home to 'structurally deficient' bridges

In the U.S., there are more than 61,000 bridges that are structurally deficient. Find out how many of them are in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

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    EAST Dominican (NY) 4-2, Post (Conn.) 0-0 E. Mennonite 3, Washington & Lee 0 Fitchburg St. 11, Wentworth 10, 10 inings Keystone 9, Susquehanna 4 Mass.-Boston at W. New England, ppd., unplayable field Thiel 4-4,…

  • Wednesday’s College Baseball Scores

    EAST Dominican (NY) 4-2, Post (Conn.) 0-0 E. Mennonite 3, Washington & Lee 0 Keystone 9, Susquehanna 4 Mass.-Boston at W. New England, ppd., unplayable field Thiel 4-4, Washington & Jefferson 3-1 Wilmington (Del.) 6-10,…

  • Wednesday’s College Baseball Scores

    EAST Dominican (NY) 4-2, Post (Conn.) 0-0 E. Mennonite 3, Washington & Lee 0 Keystone 9, Susquehanna 4 Mass.-Boston at W. New England, ppd., unplayable field Thiel 4-4, Washington & Jefferson 3-1 Wilmington (Del.) 6-10,…

  • U.Va. newspaper’s April Fools’ Day edition falls flat

    WASHINGTON – The college-newspaper tradition of jokey April Fools’ Day editions is as old as – well, April Fools’ Day. But the University of Virginia paper acknowledged that they made a mistake on Wednesday. USA…

  • Wednesday’s College Baseball Scores

    EAST Keystone 9, Susquehanna 4 Mass.-Boston at W. New England, ppd., unplayable field Thiel 4-4, Washington & Jefferson 3-1 Wilmington (Del.) 6-10, Chestnut Hill 4-0 SOUTH Boston College 11, UMass 1 Bridgewater (Va.) 8-8, Lynchburg…

  • Woman sentenced for putting bug spray on husband’s pills

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A woman who pleaded guilty to assault after spraying her husband’s heart pills with insecticide has been sentenced to time served. Forty-nine-year-old Sandra Skyrczuk of Brooklyn Park was sentenced Wednesday in…

  • Felony indictments dismissed against former Va. legislator

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A former Virginia state lawmaker who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in a sex scandal involving a teenager will no longer face felony charges in the case. A circuit court judge…

  • Johns Hopkins sued over sexually transmitted disease study

    BALTIMORE (AP) — More than 750 plaintiffs are suing the Johns Hopkins Hospital System Corp. over its role in a series of medical experiments in Guatemala in the 1940s and 1950s during which subjects were…

  • Felony indictments dismissed against former Va. legislator

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A former Virginia state lawmaker who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in a sex scandal involving a teenager will no longer face felony charges in the case. A Henrico Circuit Court…

  • Ex-cadet gets 4 years for stealing drugs from evidence room

    TOWSON, Md. (AP) — A former Baltimore County police cadet has been sentenced to 4 years in prison for stealing drugs from the department’s evidence room. Twenty-one-year-old Nicholas Ishmael of Parkville was sentenced Wednesday in…

  • Arrest made in murder of lawyer in downtown D.C.

    WASHINGTON — An arrest has been made in a murder that took place in a downtown D.C hotel. On Wednesday, Jamyra Gallmon, 21, of Southeast, was charged with first degree felony murder in the death…

  • Nearly 40 percent of restaurants serve fake blue crab cakes

    WASHINGTON — Summer months are around the corner and that means blue skies. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the crabs will be blue. Nearly 40 percent of crab cakes served at area restaurants don’t have the blue…

  • Results promising after initial human testing of Ebola vaccine

    WASHINGTON — An experimental vaccine that was rushed into testing during the height of the Ebola outbreak appears to be safe for humans, according to new findings. The vaccine has also “generated a robust immune…

  • Volunteers Needed to Help Clean Potomac Watershed

    Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment are organizing their annual Potomac River watershed cleanup next weekend, and are looking for a few extra pairs of hands. This is the 27th year of the annual watershed cleanup.…

  • April Fools Day, Reston Style

    The Mercury Fountain at Reston Town Center was full of inflatable balls on Wednesday as part of the town center’s annual April Fool’s Day prank. Meanwhile, over on Modern Reston, the site posted a very…