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Reagan’s Legacy Lives on in New Statue at National Airport

A statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled in front of Reagan National Airport as part of the Ronald Reagan Centennial Celebration Tuesday.

Purple Line Peaks Interest

Video by Sean McCalley/CNS-TV COLLEGE PARK – The Maryland Transit Administration held a public open house on Tuesday at the University of Maryland, educating local residents on the benefits the light rail system will provide when completed in 2020. The…

Disaster Drill Tests DC Area’s Emergency Responders

Maryland Fire and Rescue, Emergency Response Service and more than a dozen Maryland hospitals take part in Capital Shield 2012, a full-scale test of the region’s ability to respond to a mass casualty terrorist attack.

D.C. Students Celebrate Nordic Food Day

Nordic Food Day was the first in the International Food Program series that aims to introduce students to new cultures and customs.

Maryland Makes Strides in Dental Health

The Maryland Dental Action Coalition recently celebrated its progress in providing dental healthcare to children throughout the state with its first ever Oral Health Summit.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center Continues to Serve Community

A year after a sexual assault center in Prince George’s County expanded its services, officials say it has helped discover more victims of domestic violence.

October Snowfall NOT a Sign of What’s to Come

An unusual October snowfall in the Washington metropolitan area left residents wondering if they would be buried in more snow than in recent years.

Snakeheads, If You Can’t Beat ’em, Eat ’em

If you can’t beat ’em, eat ’em. That was the slogan behind the snakehead cook-off event at Rockfish Restaurant in Annapolis. Nine chefs from Maryland and D.C. teamed up to prepare a six-course meal of snakehead dishes to help raise money for the Annapolis-based non-profit, Oyster Recovery Partnership.

White House Still for Sale, Luxury Real Estate Slumps

A White House look-a-like listed has been on the market for 18 months with no signs of selling soon.

“Boo at the Zoo” Kicks Off Halloween

It wasn’t exactly lions and tigers and bears. More like three-toed sloths, snakes and zebras at the 13th Annual “Boo at the Zoo” held at Washington’s National Zoo last weekend.