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Heat Wave Takes Toll on D.C. Region

Saturday, Jul 7, 2012 at 09:24 PM EDT

Extreme Heat: Coping Without Power

Extreme Heat: Coping Without Power

Almost everyone who lost their power during last week's storm has it back now but for those who don't, today's record heat was downright dangerous. Derrick Ward reports

Friday, Jul 6, 2012 at 07:13 PM EDT

Extreme Heat Could Buckle Roads: VDOT

Extreme Heat Could Buckle Roads: VDOT

It's hot. How hot is it? It's so hot the pavement is buckling.

Sunday, Jul 8, 2012 at 11:48 AM EDT

Heat Wave Breaks Records

Heat Wave Breaks Records

D.C. advises residents to stay hydrated and rest in the shade

Thursday, Jul 5, 2012 at 10:02 PM EDT

Maryland Regulator Discusses Future Utility Reviews

Maryland Regulator Discusses Future Utility Reviews

The head of Maryland's Public Service Commission said Thursday all of Maryland's major electrical utilities will have to file reports on how they managed power restoration in the aftermath of the strong...

Friday, Jul 6, 2012 at 07:01 AM EDT

Pepco President Tours Devastated Neighborhood

Pepco President Tours Devastated Neighborhood

Pepco President Thomas Graham analyzed the storm destruction in a Chevy Chase neighborhood where Thursday evening residents complained to News4 that the utility was unaware of their problems.

Thursday, Jul 5, 2012 at 09:14 PM EDT

Virginia’s Storm Death Toll Rises to 13

Virginia’s Storm Death Toll Rises to 13

Virginia's death toll from last weekend's storms has climbed to 13 with a fatality in Fairfax County.

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Metro Worker Files Lawsuit Alleging Sexual Harassment

Metro Worker Files Lawsuit Alleging Sexual Harassment

The Washington Post reported Arlancia Williams said in a lawsuit filed this month that her boss demanded hugs, made disparaging comments about her husband and made harassing phone calls.

Internal Power Failure Led to DC 911 Outage, Officials Say

Internal Power Failure Led to DC 911 Outage, Officials Say

An official said it was not a normal type of failure, but there was nothing nefarious about it, and there was no hacking into the system.

First Family Goes Hiking in National Park in Virginia

First Family Goes Hiking in National Park in Virginia

President Barack Obama and the first family are hiking at Prince William Forest Park in Virginia. Their visit Sunday comes as the National Park Service's celebrates its centennial.

NHC: Storm Strengthens, Could Approach North Carolina

NHC: Storm Strengthens, Could Approach North Carolina

The NHC potential track has the storm brushing up against the Outer Banks in North Carolina before turning to the northeast sometime on Tuesday. Wind projections indicate parts of Virginia and Maryland could get...

Trump Could Win Big Even If He Loses Election

Trump Could Win Big Even If He Loses Election

With recent polls showing Hillary Clinton maintaining a sizable lead over Republican rival Donald Trump, many Democrats are predicting a landslide win in November. But if Trump does lose, he's unlikely to...

Water Main Breaks in SE DC; Residents Dry, Road Closed

Water Main Breaks in SE DC; Residents Dry, Road Closed

A District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority spokeswoman said the water line broke along Minnesota Avenue, Southeast, around 8 p.m. between Ridge Road and B Street, Southeast.