Woodrow Wilson Bridge
Drivers are once again being warned this weekend to avoid the Capital Beltway’s outer loop near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge leading from Virginia into Maryland because of construction work.
Two people have died in a fiery three-car crash on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge south of Washington in suburban Maryland.
Drivers in Maryland and Virginia are warned to avoid parts of the Capital Beltway this weekend, beginning Thursday night, because of planned construction work.
Three days of digging leads police to a body in Prince George’s County. Detectives announce the victim was a respected volunteer from the Washington, D.C. area.
Police found the body of 38-year-old Jeffrey Matheny of Gaithersburg, Md., on top of the canvas-covered, open-bedded trailer, which was hauling waste products.
Some special guests from Prince George’s County will be joining firefighter recruits in a run across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
Transportation officials say some lanes of the outer loop of the Washington Beltway will be closed at times beginning Friday night as signs are put in place for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge project.
Authorities say an overturned tractor trailer has closed an exit ramp from the Capital Beltway to Interstate 295 in Oxon Hill.