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Prince George's May Make Recycling MandatoryPrince George's County officials may institute mandatory recycling if the county doesn't hit self-imposed goals to improve recycling rates.
Metro To Stretch Fleet For Silver Line's Opening Metro faces competing demands as it replaces its oldest rail cars while expanding its fleet to cover demands of the new Silver Line when it opens.
Metro Transit Crime Down But Tops Other CitiesMetro says serious crime has declined on the Washington-area transit system from 2010, but its crime rate was still higher last year than at five other major transit agencies.
Md. Clerk Charged In Fitting Room Peeping CaseAn 18-year-old Maryland clothing store clerk is facing charges after a customer accused him of filming her in a changing room.
District Gridlock Leads To Increase In CitationsWashington officials are finding a way to make gridlocked traffic a money-maker.
Prince George's Council Cracks Down On County Dance HallsThe Prince George's County Council has passed an emergency bill designed to shut down dance venues that have a reputation for violent crime.
Military Bowl Touts Jump In Economic ImpactA new report says the annual college football bowl game played in Washington helped pump nearly $18 million into the region last year.
The Washington Examiner's Jim WilliamsExaminer columnist Jim Williams stops by The Mark Viviano Show to talk about the CBS and Turner Sports agreement that has successfully given fans more access to the NCAA Basketball games.