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  • ESPN suspends reporter after insult-laced video surfaces

    ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — ESPN suspended reporter Britt McHenry on Thursday after a video surfaced of her insulting a towing company clerk’s intelligence, job and appearance. ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz said in a statement that…

  • Driver Clinging to Life After Crashing Near Key Bridge

    A suspected drunk driver is in critical condition at George Washington University Hospital after crashing his SUV near the Key Bridge early yesterday morning. At 2:06 a.m. Thursday, the driver of a GMC Yukon sped over…

  • Crime Report: Assault Near the Pike

    A man was viciously punched in the hallway of a Columbia Pike-area apartment building early Wednesday morning, police say. Two arrests were made in connection with the alleged crime. From this week’s Arlington County crime…

  • WWBG: Here Gose Nothing, or What I Learned About Sours

    Editor’s Note: This biweekly column is sponsored by Dominion Wine and Beer (107 Rowell Court, Falls Church). It is written by Garrett Cruce, a Certified Beer Server in the Cicerone Certification Program. Full disclosure: I…

  • Open Houses in Arlington This Weekend

    The cherry blossoms are past peak bloom, but this weekend is supposed to be filled with gorgeous temperatures, sunshine, and the most robust housing market yet in 2015. See our real estate section for a full listing…

  • District Taco Opening New Location in Rosslyn

    District Taco, the Mexican restaurant that started as a taco cart in Rosslyn five years ago, is coming back to the neighborhood. Owner Osiris Hoil said he signed a lease today to occupy 3,000 square…

  • UPDATED: Police Investigating Possible Homicide in Aurora Highlands

    (Updated at 5:10 p.m.) Police are investigating what they’re describing as a “very suspicious death” inside a house on the 1100 block of 18th Street S., in the Aurora Highlands neighborhood, two blocks from the…

  • County Board Expected to Keep Tax Rate Flat Next Year

    The Arlington County Board has decided to hold its real estate tax rate steady for 2016. The tax rate will likely remain at $0.996 cents of $100 of assessed value, which will result in an average property tax…

  • Morning Notes

    County Board to Consider Concrete Contract — The Arlington County Board is set to consider an on-call concrete maintenance contract this weekend. The contract is intended to reduce the cost of repeatedly bidding out small contracts…

  • Just Listed in Arlington

    Just Listed highlights Arlington properties that just came on the market within the past week. This feature is written and sponsored by Team Cathell, “Your Orange Line Specialists.” The Arlington real estate market this week is…

  • Doctor helps rescue man thrown 30 feet after Key Bridge crash

    WASHINGTON – A local doctor helped save a man injured in a crash early Thursday on the Key Bridge. Dr. Abdulaziz Almehlisi, an emergency resident at George Washington University Hospital, was driving home when he…

  • Video: ESPN Reporter Berates Advanced Towing Employee

    Video of ESPN reporter and WJLA alumna Britt McHenry’s dealings with Advanced Towing after her car was towed from the Hunan One parking lot in Clarendon earlier this month has been leaked. LiveLeak, an open-source…

  • Judge weighs lawsuit filed by deaf inmate at Arlington jail

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — Deaf inmates should be given regular access to sign language interpreters when needed, lawyers argued Thursday in a lawsuit over one inmate’s six-week stay at a county jail. Ethiopian immigrant Abreham…

  • D.C.’s 1776 Incubator Expanding Into Crystal City

    The heralded 1776 tech incubator and seed fund is moving into Crystal City, bringing tech bonafides and millions of dollars with it. Today, on the roof of 220 20th Street S., Gov. Terry McAuliffe, Arlington…

  • Rental Report: Apartment Hunting While Unemployed

    Editor’s Note: This biweekly sponsored column is written by Rick Gersten, founder and CEO of Urban Igloo, a rental real estate firm that matches up renters with their ideal apartments, condos or houses. Please submit any…