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D.C. Residents Coming In Faster Than They’re Going Out

People are moving into the District at a much higher rate than they’re moving out, according to one study.


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D.C. Is Among Top Walking Friendly Cities In America

According to a new study, D.C. is one of the most pedestrian friendly cities in the nation.


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Former Gray Aide Granted More Time Before Sentencing

A judge has agreed not to sentence former Mayor Gray campaign aide Thomas Gore, at least for the time being.


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Washington, D.C. To Receive Federal Aid For Storm Recovery

The president made an announcement that will bring relief aid to the nation’s capital.


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Violence In The District Leaves One Dead And Three Injured

Authorities say violence in the District of Columbia has left one man dead and another three injured.


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Ministers To Hold Rally For Embattled D.C. Mayor

Two prominent District of Columbia ministers are planning a rally in support of Mayor Vincent Gray, who’s been battered by a scandal involving criminal activity during his 2010 campaign.


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Mayor Gray To Unveil New 911 Emergency System That Provides Personal Information Automatically

District of Columbia officials are unveiling a new 911 system for people calling in emergencies.


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Fire Tears Through Closed D.C. School Building

A fire that ripped through a shuttered District of Columbia elementary school is under investigation.


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D.C. Alcohol Breath-Testing Program May Resume

A bill under consideration in the District of Columbia would allow police to resume breath-testing on suspected drunken drivers.


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D.C. DMV Modifies Vehicle Inspection Hours For Heat

The District of Columbia says it plans to operate its Department of Motor Vehicles’ Inspection Station on special hours this weekend because of forecast high heat.