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Georgetown Cupcake shut down by DC Health Department

WASHINGTON — A popular cupcake shop in Northwest D.C. appears to have been shut down by DC Health. Georgetown Cupcake, located on M Street Northwest, is incredibly popular with District residents, and there is almost always a line out the door. But as of Thursday, it looks like no one will be allowed in.
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District Dogs employees plan walkout over repeat flooding issues

WASHINGTON — A popular Northeast D.C. pet hotel is demanding a solution after floodwaters damaged the business for the third time a month. Floodwaters surrounded District Dogs, along the 600 block of Rhode Island Avenue NE, around 4 pm Wednesday afternoon. Rainwater, which collected in an underpass nearby, got...
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DC woman found dead in apparent murder-suicide, police say

WASHINGTON — Police say a woman was found shot in Southeast D.C. Wednesday and the suspect in the case is also dead. Investigators believe the incident was "domestic in nature." DC Police were called to the 200 block of Savannah Street Southeast Wednesday morning for a report of a...
LAUREL, MD

Flash floods inundate Riverdale Park for second time this week

RIVERDALE PARK, Md. — One Prince George’s County found itself inundated with flash floodwaters for the second time in a week Wednesday. Riverdale Park, near the Prince George’s County-District line, flooded shortly after 4p.m. Strong storms caused accidents along Riverdale Road, Kenilworth Avenue, and East-West Highway. The...
RIVERDALE PARK, MD

Man dead after being stabbed in Prince George's County

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. — Editor's Note: This video is from June 2022 about violent crimes being down in Prince George's County this year. A man was stabbed to death in Prince George's County early Wednesday morning, sparking an investigation, according to police. Officers with the Prince George's County...
CLINTON, MD

Police: Baby boy dies in hot car in NW DC

WASHINGTON — A 3-month-old has died after being left in a hot car in Northwest D.C. Tuesday evening. Medical officials responded to Park Road NW just after 6:10 p.m. after a report of a child being locked in a Honda Accord. Upon arrival at the scene, officials found a baby boy unconscious and unresponsive, out of the car. It is not known how long the baby was in the car.
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