Thousands from the transit authority's largest union voted to authorize a potential work stoppage that could cripple the region’s transportation network. Union leaders would not say whether they will launch a strike now that they have been authorized to do so.
Customers who had not used tap water since Thursday night should run the taps for 10 minutes before using the water, officials said.
Capital Weather Gang
You can expect muggy heat and afternoon thunderstorm chances over the next few days.
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DC Police released an age-progression photo of Relisha Rudd. (DC Police)
DC Police released an age-progression photo of Relisha Rudd. (DC Police)
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Community members asked the police department for an age-progression photo of the missing D.C. girl.

Victim was in a log canoe, authorities say.

One victim is described by police as a juvenile.

Two others injured in 2 a.m. crash.

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Mark Herring says the restrictions should be challenged in the legislature, not the courts.

Tiny shellfish filter impurities from the water but appear to sicken dogs that eat them.

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D.C. officials object, but erroneous releases of federal prisoners feed tensions with U.S. Marshals Service

The woman died after her vehicle rolled backward and struck her in a church parking lot, police say.

Police say they have identified the distributor but the fliers are protected free speech.

Human error was behind the problem, which is now restricted to the northeast section of the city, D.C. Water says.

We do need some rain, but it would be nice if Mother Nature could spare the All-Star festivities.

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Fairfax County police say the wreck was caused by speeding.

Queen was hugged on her visit to Southeast street in 1991.

The Montgomery County feline was stuck in an air conditioning duct for five days.

After a decade of baseball along the Anacostia, a neighborhood blooms, but can regular people afford it?

The crash occurred about 3 a.m. on Pennsylvania Avenue in Southeast Washington, police said.

D.C. Council member Trayon White Sr. plans to introduce legislation that would bar tearing down a nearby vacant building until all current residents have found new homes.

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