Sep 11, 2011

Flag Unfurled at Pentagon on 9/11

Flag Unfurled at Pentagon on 9/11

An American flag is unfurled at the Pentagon on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Sep 11, 2011

Security Remains on High Alert for Threat

Security Remains on High Alert for Threat

Reports of suspicious activity and vehicles in the nation's capital are up 60 percent in the wake of an investigation of a terror threat.

Sep 11, 2011

3 Presidents on the Lessons of 9/11

3 Presidents on the Lessons of 9/11

Three presidents reflect on what al-Qaida's attacks meant for the country.

Sep 10, 2011

September 11 Memorial Events Relocated

September 11 Memorial Events Relocated

The crane accident Wednesday at the Washington National Cathedral has forced several Sept. 11 to be moved elsewhere.

Sep 11, 2011

Road Closures in Arlington for Memorials

Road Closures in Arlington for Memorials

Sept. 11 memorial services will cause multiple road closures in Arlington County.

Sep 10, 2011

District's Events to Commemorate 9/11

District's Events to Commemorate 9/11

DC Mayor Vincent C. Gray encourages D.C. residents to observe the 10th anniversary of the 9-11 this weekend by participating in the events and activities the D.C. government has planned to mark the occasion.

Sep 10, 2011

Threat May Come as Car Bomb

Threat May Come as Car Bomb

Al-Qaida may have sent American terrorists or men carrying U.S. travel documents to launch an attack on Washington or New York.

Sep 9, 2011

"Somebody Sent Him There to Get Me Out"

"Somebody Sent Him There to Get Me Out"

A 9/11 survivor and his rescuer maintain a friendship 10 years later.

Sep 9, 2011

DC Schools Remember 9/11

DC Schools Remember 9/11

Derrick Ward reports on the students and teachers who lost their lives when Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon.

Sep 9, 2011

The Look of D.C. After 9/11

The Look of D.C. After 9/11

The Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks changed the way things look on the ground in the D.C. area. In the days, months and years after 9/11, we saw added traffic barriers, changes in traffic flow and new security...

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Thousands Gather at Vigil for Missing U.Va. Student

Thousands Gather at Vigil for Missing U.Va. Student

Police searching for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Elizabeth Graham are now looking for a man whom another witness saw put his arm around the nursing student soon before she disappeared...

D.C. Mayoral Candidates Clash Over Education

D.C. Mayoral Candidates Clash Over Education

The candidates for mayor of Washington have clashed over their plans to improve the city's public schools during the first general-election debate.

Man Sues Board of Education Over Phony Psychologist

Man Sues Board of Education Over Phony Psychologist

A Rockville lawyer has filed a lawsuit against the Board of Education of Montgomery County on behalf of an 18-year-old man, who claims he was emotionally damaged by a phony psychologist employed by the...

Southeast Celebrates Renovation of Tennis Center

Southeast Celebrates Renovation of Tennis Center

Officials are hoping an $18 million renovation of the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center will make a positive mark on Ward 8 residents, especially children.

65% of D.C. Likely Voters Want Pot Legalized: Poll

65% of D.C. Likely Voters Want Pot Legalized: Poll

Nearly two-thirds of D.C. likely voters support legalization of marijuana in the city, according to an NBC4/Washington Post/Marist poll. The poll also shows that the majority of likely voters are undecided...

Md. Teacher Wins $1M on "Wheel of Fortune"

Md. Teacher Wins $1M on "Wheel of Fortune"

A Montgomery County middle school teacher won a cool million dollars on "Wheel of Fortune," becoming just the third contestant in the show's history to do so.