Police departments across the country are warning drivers in these cold months of winter to not leave their running cars unattended.
Fairfax County Public Schools may have had a week off in the wake of last weekend’s blizzard, but they’re still on track to end the school year as originally scheduled.
The offbeat week full of school cancellations has brought some added stress to families.
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With half-plowed streets and towering snow piles that screen oncoming traffic, road conditions still haven’t returned to normal four days after last weekend’s crippling snowfall.
Following last weekend’s blizzard, D.C. police officers are working to clear snow from city streets.
A water main burst on Calvert Street in Northwest Washington.
As snow is being cleared in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, officials are announcing changes that drivers, residents and commuters need to know.
The Thursday-morning commute is seeing a rash of spinouts and other accidents as the snow that melted on Wednesday and ran into the roadways re-froze overnight.
Peter Geiger, editor of the Farmers’ Almanac, admits he did not predict 3 feet of snow, but he called for snow showers between Jan. 20 and 28.
RFK Stadium’s parking Lot 7 looks like a frozen tundra fit for a polar bear in the blizzard aftermath.
D.C. issued more than $1.3 million worth of tickets to more than 5,400 drivers who the D.C. Department of Public Works says parked in the District’s snow emergency routes.
The morning commute got off to a rough start in the predawn hours of Wednesday as a trio of accidents, all involving tractor-trailer trucks, has led to the closure of some major thoroughfares.
Several area jurisdictions promised on Tuesday that roads would be at least partially cleared by Wednesday morning, but WTOP reporters and listeners are finding results to be mixed.
The District of Columbia has announced that they’ll try to resume collecting trash on Thursday in the wake of last weekend’s snowstorm.
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