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Shots Fired Near Capitol After Woman Nearly Hits Officer
Shots Fired Near Capitol After Woman Nearly Hits Officer

U.S. Capitol Police fired shots at a woman driver during a confrontation near the Capitol Building Wednesday morning. Officials say that just before the clash, the woman fled from a traffic stop and nearly hit an officer.

Toddler Abandoned With Car Seat, Bag of Clothes in SE DC
Toddler Abandoned With Car Seat, Bag of Clothes in SE DC

The father of a 2-year-old boy abandoned him in southeast D.C. Tuesday evening after deciding he didn't want to take care of the child, according to D.C.'s Child and Family Services Agency.

Officer Struck by Vehicle During Pursuit of Stolen Car
Officer Struck by Vehicle During Pursuit of Stolen Car

A Montgomery County police officer was struck by a car while pursuing a stolen car on Interstate 270.

3 Injured After Bus Crashes Into Arlington Building
3 Injured After Bus Crashes Into Arlington Building

Three people have been taken to a hospital after a bus crashed into a building in Arilington, Virginia, Wednesday evening.

Judge in Hawaii Extends Order Blocking Trump's Travel Ban
Judge in Hawaii Extends Order Blocking Trump's Travel Ban

A federal judge in Hawaii decided Wednesday to extend his order blocking President Donald Trump's travel ban. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson issued the longer-lasting hold on the ban just hours after hearing arguments. Hawaii says the policy discriminates against Muslims and hurts the state's tourist-dependent economy. The implied message in the revised ban is like a "neon sign flashing 'Muslim ban, Muslim ban'" that the government didn't bother to turn off, state Attorney General Douglas Chin told the judge.

DC's High Line? Big Hopes for the Georgetown C&O Canal
DC's High Line? Big Hopes for the Georgetown C&O Canal

The same urban design firm that brought the High Line to New York City are working to revamp the C&O Canal in Georgetown, which was drained last year to repair canal locks. The project, including $3 million in a grant from D.C., hopes to make the canal's public spaces more visitor friendly. News4's Tom Sherwood explains what's next for us.