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The Fredericksburg trolley, Fredericksburg, Va. CREDIT: Virginia Tourism Corporation .

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Washington Monument to reopen Friday after electrical troubles affected elevator

Washington Monument to reopen Friday after electrical troubles affected elevator

The iconic building was closed Thursday because of electrical problems that affected the elevator.

Petroleum found in water in Northwest D.C. as testing and health advisories expand

Petroleum found in water in Northwest D.C. as testing and health advisories expand

Three schools remained closed as crews try to flush petroleum-based substance from water lines.

National Portrait Gallery installs Stephen Colbert's picture

Stephen Colbert's image is returning to the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.

Water restriction still in effect for DC's Shaw neighborhood

A do-not-drink order remains in effect for tap water in part of northwest Washington due to contamination from a petroleum product that remains in the system.

Metro installs 1st real-time bus arrival signs at bus stops

Metro has begun installing real-time displays showing bus arrival times at four bus stops before a wider rollout next year.

Imprisoned ex-developer's buildings in Richmond sold

More than two dozen buildings in Richmond owned by a former developer have been sold at auction.

Ex-Baltimore transit chief pleads guilty to taking bribes

Baltimore's former transit chief has pleaded guilty to bribery and money laundering charges.

Jury awards Areva $16m in suit against Babcock & Wilcox

A Lynchburg jury has awarded Areva Inc. about $16 million in damages in a lawsuit against Babcock & Wilcox.

Report: Fatal police shooting in Christiansburg justified

A new report says three police officers acted appropriately when they fatally shot a Christiansburg man in October.

Towson University president resigns due to health concerns

Towson University's president says she is resigning due to health concerns.

Washington Monument to reopen after elevator repairs

The National Park Service says the Washington Monument will reopen after a power problem that affected the elevator has been resolved.

D.C. area forecast: Typical December weather through the weekend, and turning stormier Christmas week

D.C. area forecast: Typical December weather through the weekend, and turning stormier Christmas week

Expect to see the sun more than clouds in the next few days with temps in the 40s.

BC-LOT--Lottery State-by-State,13th Add

The winning numbers in Thursday evening's drawing of the Wisconsin Lottery's "Daily Pick 3" game were:

Md. calls revamped health care exchange a success

Maryland's public health secretary is calling the state's revamped health-insurance exchange a success as the second enrollment period hits a milestone.

German company to open facility in Chesapeake

The Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance says a German company will invest in a manufacturing facility in Chesapeake, creating ten jobs.

VDOT to suspend highway work zones over Christmas

The Virginia Department of Transportation says it will suspend most highway work zones for several days over Christmas.

Meat processing facility to open in Lynchburg

Gov. Terry McAuliffe says a meat processing facility will open in Lynchburg, creating 43 new jobs.

DC mayor to break ground on school renovation

With less than two weeks left in his term, District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray is still launching new school construction projects.

MD Lottery

These Maryland lotteries were drawn Thursday:

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