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  • 11 Speed Cameras Vandalized in Northwest DC

    Pieces of broken plastic, an empty square box and a light flash were isolated on a Northwest D.C. street Tuesday, the remnants of one of 11 speed cameras that an unidentified suspect vandalized, police said. Initially, police said that three cameras had been affected but by Tuesday afternoon, announced the eight other damaged cameras. Get Olympics Live Stream Alerts on the NBC Washington App Two of the vandalized cameras were found on Interstate 295, two on Kenilworth Avenue and two on...

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  • Clue Emerges That Amazon is Scoping Out Arlington

    Why were thousands of people suddenly reading an Arlington Now news story that is weeks old? Seemingly, because Amazon employees are very interested. News4's Jackie Bensen reports.

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  • Male Victim of Fatal Shooting Was Jailed in 2008 Murder Case

    Two people were found dead inside an SUV in Maryland: a woman who worked at an investment firm downtown and a man who served time in jail in connection with a murder case. News4's Pat Collins reports.

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  • ‘The Stars Aligned:’ Veteran Thankful for DUI Arrest

    United States Marine Corps veteran Chris Rios says he was in a very dark place in December of 2014, as he left a bar after drinking. “I remember being at a bar. Having one too many drinks. And making the worst decision of my life,” he said. Get Olympics Live Stream Alerts on the NBC Washington App He got into a car, and was pulled over by officer Sameer Kahn. “He appeared to be impaired by alcohol,” Kahn, who had also been deployed with the Marines, said. 'I Was Struggling:' DCPS Chancellor...

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  • Lawyer: Former Md. Delegate Unethical, Not Guilty of Bribes

    Former Maryland Delegate Michael Vaughn was charged with bribery, but his lawyer argued Tuesday just because he accepted cash doesn't mean Vaughn accepted bribes. News4's Tracee Wilkins reports.

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  • WATCH: Survivors of the Florida high school shooting travel to Tallahassee

    Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school are fighting for stricter gun control.

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