Some of the famous cherry blossoms around Washington's Tidal Basin suffered "widespread damage" because of bitterly cold weather this week, the National Park Service says.
With the deep freeze coming overnight, there are things you can do to prepare your home and your car. Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan shares some advice.
Last week, National Park Service employees were turning on pool fountains and drinking fountains on park service land around Washington. This week, they're clearing snow from the monuments and memorials on...
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Follow these safety tips while shoveling or using a snowblower outside your home after a snowstorm.
Washington's famous cherry blossoms were encased in ice after snowfall late Monday and early Tuesday -- but low temperatures expected over the next few days will be more dangerous for the blooms.
One of the coldest March days on record is waiting for you on the other side of the front door.
Here are six things that may help keep you and your loved ones safe in a snowstorm.
Metrorail is running on a Saturday schedule on Tuesday, and Metrobus is operating on a moderate snow service plan. MetroAccess service is suspended.
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