Some road closures due to water main break near Union Station in D.C.

Water main break near Union Station. Some streets closed at times.

Suspicious package closes 1400 block of F street NW in D.C.

Suspicious package closes part of F Street in Northwest Washington.

Emergency partial shutdown, load limits coming to Memorial Bridge

The National Park Service, at the recommendation of the Federal Highway Administration, will close both curbside lanes and four feet of the adjoining sidewalk across the drawbridge of the Arlington Memorial Bridge prior to Friday morning's rush hour, officials said Thursday. Officials also will post a 10-ton load limit across the entire length of the bridge, which effectively eliminates most bus traffic.

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Metro bans issue-oriented ads from system through year’s end

The move comes as the organizer of a contest that offered a $10,000 prize to the best cartoon depicting the prophet Muhammad wanted to have the winning entry displayed in Metro stations and on buses around the D.C. region.

Heat delays on MARC and VRE trains on Thursday

Trains will be up to 15 minutes behind schedule.

Interstate 295 northbound reopened after shooting investigation

The northbound lanes are closed due to police activity.

Opponents of Virginia Avenue Tunnel project lose again

A District Court judge has denied an appeal that sought to halt the $170- million-rail project. The Court of Appeals also denied motion to stop the project.

In I-66 planning, it’s home owners vs. commuters

Neighbors complain to VDOT that they'll get the pain, while others gain.

Overturned truck causes delays on inner loop of Capital Beltway

Crash involving two trucks, fuel spilled on inner loop of Beltway near Connecticut Avenue. Three-mile backups reported.

Single-tracking over after ‘smoldering’ on Orange and Silver Lines

Metro said a "smoldering crosstie" was causing problems near East Falls Church.

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