Today in D.C.: Four things to watch for

January 8, 2013

Coming up today in the D.C. region:

Tysons Corner: A real estate tax increase to help pay for billions of dollars in transportation improvements is set for a vote.

Richmond Phillips: Jury selection begins in the trial of the D.C. police officer accused of killing his girlfriend and their baby in 2011.

Gallaudet University: Angela McCaskill, the administrator who was suspended last year after she signed a petition on same-sex marriage, is heading back to work.

Half-smoke symphony: The National Symphony Orchestra begins a series of free performances, starting tonight at the Howard Theatre and Ben’s Chili Bowl.

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