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Mark Segraves


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Recent articles by Mark:

Cyclist Killed in NW DC Crash Had Just Turned 40, Climbed Kilimanjaro

A cyclist has died after she was hit by a large commercial truck in Northwest D.C. early Wednesday, police say. → Read More

Temporary Shopping Center to Open in Movable Building at St. Elizabeths Site

Officials broke ground on a portable building for shops and a community center on the St. Elizabeths campus in Ward 8 on Monday. → Read More

Sweet Potato Cake Bakery Bounces Back After Robbery

The D.C. location of the bakery Sweet Potato Cake is open for business after recovering from a devastating robbery last year. → Read More

Estate Sale Features Items Kept by Longest-Serving White House Gardener

Irvin Williams left his mark on American history, serving as superintendent of the White House grounds for nearly five decades and under nine presidents. → Read More

DC Vehicle Registration Will More Than Triple for Some SUVs, Trucks by 2024

Vehicle registration is going to get a lot more expensive for Washington, D.C., residents who own heavier SUVs and pickup trucks. → Read More

DC Police ID Man Killed at Homeless Encampment, Clear Out Tents

Police in Washington, D.C., have named the man who was found shot and killed inside a tent at a homeless encampment downtown. → Read More

DC Middle School Students Celebrate Arbor Day by Planting Trees

Students celebrated Arbor Day Friday by planting trees at MacFarland Middle School in Northwest D.C. → Read More

2 Men Accused of Acting as Federal Agents Released From Jail

Arian Taherzadeh, 40, and Haider Ali, 35, were arrested last week. The FBI raided a luxury apartment building in Southeast Washington, where the men were staying and had been offering free apartments and other gifts to U.S. Secret Service agents and officers, prosecutors said. → Read More

Maryland Man Found in Home With 100+ Snakes Died of Snake Bite

A man found dead in a home with more than 100 snakes — some venomous and illegal — in Charles County died of a snake bite, officials determined. → Read More

Would You Swim in DC's Rivers? Plans Underway to Lift Ban

An environmental group is pressuring D.C.’s mayor to lift the ban on swimming in the Anacostia and Potomac rivers. Here's what we know about the plan. → Read More

Salvage Crews Offloading Containers From Ship Stuck in Chesapeake Bay

Salvage crews are removing hundreds of cargo containers from the ship stuck in the Chesapeake Bay. → Read More

Here's What DC's Mayor Has Planned for RFK Stadium

Mayor Muriel Bowser visited RFK Stadium Monday and outlined development plans for the stadium and the neighborhood that surrounds it. → Read More

Anacostia Community Museum Reopens Its Doors

The museum first opened at its original location at the old Carver Theater in 1967 with a mission to reach out to the local African American community → Read More

DC Mayor Announces Another Raise for Substitutes, Teachers Say It's Not Enough

Substitute teachers for D.C. Public Schools protested outside Mayor Muriel Bowser’s office Monday even after she announced a pay raise for substitutes. Some of them say the raise still isn’t enough. → Read More

100+ Snakes Found in Maryland Home With Dead Man

A man was found dead in a home with more than 100 snakes in Charles County, Maryland. The snakes, some venomous, were in cages when officials arrived. → Read More

DC to Require Proof of Vaccination at Restaurants, Gyms

D.C.’s mayor is giving an update Wednesday on the District’s response to COVID-19 as daily case counts hit dramatic new highs. → Read More

Stolen Car Bursts Into Flames After Downtown DC Bus Crash

The driver of a stolen car crashed into a Georgetown University bus in downtown D.C. Wednesday and the car burst into flames, police say and video shows. → Read More

DC Investing $4M in Program to Help Kids Get to and From School Safely

D.C. is spending more than $4 million hiring hundreds of people to help ensure kids get to and from school safely. → Read More

DC's Downtown Holiday Market Now Open for the Season

The market is open daily through Dec. 23 from noon to 8 p.m. → Read More

Eva Cassidy's Iconic ‘Live at Blues Alley' Gets 25th Anniversary Release

Eva Cassidy had one of the most distinctive voices in music, but she passed away before fame had found her. → Read More