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Arthur reached Hurricane strength early Thursday as it travels up the east coast.  The Baltimore and Washington area should be largely spared from the storm's impact. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)

Hurricane Arthur’s July 4th Impact on D.C. Should Be Minimal

Arthur strengthened to a hurricane early Thursday but shouldn’t have a big impact on the Baltimore and Washington area.


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14 New D.C. Speed Cameras Now Issuing Tickets, Fines

More than a dozen speed cameras targeting heavy-footed drivers in the District are officially active.


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Woman Falls Through Bathroom Floor in Southeast D.C.

A woman is being evaluated for injuries sustained when she fell through a bathroom floor in southeast Washington Wednesday morning.


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Extreme Heat Forces D.C. Spray Parks to Open Early

The District of Columbia is opening its spray parks one week early, citing the extreme heat expected to continue throughout the week.


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Process of Electing D.C. Attorney General Begins

District of Columbia elections officials are making nominating petitions available for candidates for attorney general.



Best U.S. Family-Friendly Destinations

There are many family-friendly destinations in the United States that really know how to treat families like royalty. Here are just a few that keep families in mind.


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Suspicious Package Investigation in NE D.C.

An investigation into a suspicious package has closed a portion of 49th Street in northeast Washington.


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D.C. Adds 14 Speed Cameras

14 automated speed cameras targeting heavy-footed drivers will debut Tuesday in the District.


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Study: Old, Small Buildings Like D.C.’s Are Better For Cities

Neighborhoods with smaller, older buildings generally perform better for the local economy than areas with newer buildings that stretch an entire block.


A view looking west down the National Mall from the top of the U.S. Capitol dome in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

D.C. Lacks Bus Parking Along National Mall, Study Shows

As tourism season reaches its peak in Washington, AAA has compiled data showing tour buses generate billions of dollars for the nation’s capital.