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  • DC to start selling new scratch-off lottery tickets

    WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time in 18 months, the District of Columbia Lottery will soon have a dedicated supply of scratch-off tickets. The D.C. Council rejected the city’s last instant-ticket contract in July…

  • UberX fares cut to spur ridership

    WASHINGTON – Uber is dangling a promotional rate in front of would-be riders in the D.C. area, hoping it encourages more users to request a ride. The popular ridesharing service on Friday announced it was…

  • DC government ends fiscal year with $200M budget surplus

    WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia officials say the city ended the last fiscal year with a surplus of more than $200 million. The city’s annual financial report says most of that surplus can be…

  • Former NTSB chair: Conflicting statements could aid deadly Metro smoke investigation

    WASHINGTON – The woman who led the investigation into the deadly 2009 Red Line crash says conflicting information about what went wrong this month in a smoke-filled Metro tunnel could actually help lead federal investigators closer…

  • Sons of woman who died on smoke-filled subway file lawsuit

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The sons of a woman who died after smoke filled a Washington subway train are suing the Metro transit agency for $50 million. Attorney Patrick Regan filed the lawsuit Friday on behalf…

  • Gas card scandal: D.C. workers charged with filling up on taxpayer dime

    WASHINGTON — Two employees with D.C. Fire and EMS are facing felony fraud charges after allegedly bilking taxpayers out of thousands of dollars, according to court documents obtained by ABC7. The two cases are separate,…

  • Washington Ballet brings ‘Sleepy Hollow’ sneak peek to Smithsonian museum

    WASHINGTON – The Washington Ballet is gearing up for next month’s performance of “Sleepy Hollow,” bringing Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman to the Kennedy Center on Feb. 18-22. But why wait when you can…

  • ‘Top Chef’ and D.C. restaurateur talks Latin flavors, offers favorite recipes

    WASHINGTON — Richard Sandoval, chef and founder of Richard Sandoval Restaurants, has had a busy year. In addition to opening two new D.C. restaurants — Mango Tree and Toro Toro — and keeping his veteran hotspots…

  • Famous photographer brings joy to hospitalized kids

    WASHINGTON — If you have watched Sesame Street over the years, you have most likely have seen William Wegman’s Weimaraner dogs. The grey short-haired pointers are usually donning human clothes with actors lending their arms…

  • Busy stretch of 14th Street without water

    WASHINGTON — A busy stretch of 14th Street will be without water Thursday afternoon. DC Water has shut off water on the west side of 14th street — between R and S streets — because…

  • Speedy robbers target D.C. pharmacies

    WASHINGTON – Police are asking for help identifying a group of masked criminals who are storming into area pharmacies and operating with ruthless efficiency. So far in January, three pharmacies have been robbed: Flexcare and…

  • Study: Best cities for football fans are …

    WASHINGTON — It can be tough being a Washington Redskins fan between name controversies, quarterback crises and disappointing losses. And now a study’s ranking of D.C. as a football-fan city doesn’t help either. A WalletHub study…

  • Broadway-bound ‘Gigi’ opens 1st at Kennedy Center in DC

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Broadway-bound musical revival “Gigi” is opening at the Kennedy Center, starring Vanessa Hudgens, who will make her Broadway debut. The new production has its opening Thursday and runs through Feb. 12…

  • ‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’ comes to Warner Theatre

    WASHINGTON — It played 478 performances during its 2012-2013 Broadway run. Now, a revived version of “Nice Work If You Can Get It” is stopping at the Warner Theatre, in D.C., as part of a…

  • DC’s new attorney general to report for jury duty

    WASHINGTON (AP) — He’s the top lawyer in District of Columbia government, but Karl Racine is about to experience the legal system in a different way. The District’s attorney general will report to D.C. Superior…