Anacostia River

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Police Identify Teen Whose Body Was Found in Anacostia River

Police in Washington have identified a teenager whose body was recovered from the Anacostia River.


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Police: Body Recovered From the Anacostia River

Police in D.C. say a body has been recovered from the Anacostia River.


Relisha Rudd was last seen alive on March 1, 2014. (Photo Credit: Metropolitan Police Department)

Volunteers Search Anacostia River for Relisha Rudd

More than a year after her disappearance, a group of volunteer divers searched the Anacostia River for Relisha Rudd.


D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser

D.C. Mayor Appoints New Deputy Mayor on Economic Issues

A lobbyist and former D.C. Council candidate has been named to a senior-level position in Mayor Muriel Bowser’s administration that’s meant to help residents east of the Anacostia River.


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New Grant to Keep Anacostia River Student Program Flowing

A group of area high school students have spent more than a year studying the Anacostia River, and now a new grant will allow their work to keep flowing.


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South Capitol Street Bridge to Close for Testing

District of Columbia transportation officials say the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge will be closed for several hours for routine testing.


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1 Dead After Car Plunges Into Anacostia River

A water rescue is underway after a car overturned into the Anacostia River in Southeast Sunday morning.


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Body Found in Anacostia River

The body of an adult male has been found in the Anacostia River near the 300 block of Water Street in southeast D.C.


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D.C. Mayor Proposes New Hospital East of Anacostia

District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray wants to build a new, $300 million hospital to replace the city-owned hospital east of the Anacostia River.


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Harsh Winter Doubles Normal Md. Road Salt Use, Sparking Environmentalist Concern

Between fiscal year 2009 and FY 2012, the Maryland State Highway Administration used 1.06 million tons of salt on roads during winter weather events, at an average of 211,043.8 tons per winter.