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LIST: Emancipation Day Parade street closures

wusa9.com — WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Several streets will be closed for the Emancipation Day Parade in D.C. from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday. D.C. officials released the following list of closures: Pennsylvania Avenue and the surrounding streets will be closed between 3rd and 14th Streets, NW from approximately 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Couple indicted in beating death of toddler

wusa9.com — Andrea McCarren reports.
A toddler in #fostercare for 18 mos is killed 3 wks after being returned to her biological parents.VIDEO: on.wusa9.com/1iWywTx @wusa9

Local ER doctor remembers Boston victims

wusa9.com — WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA9) -- Emergency room doctors train for mass disasters like the Boston Bombing, but they are far from immune to the horror. Last year, Leana Wen treated many of the victims at the ER at Mass General.She is now at George Washington here in DC.

Locals running for Boston

wusa9.com — Bruce Leshan brings us this story. WUSA9 WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- If you think terror has intimidated runners from racing in next week's Boston Marathon, think again. More than 100 are headed up to compete from a group called the Montgomery County Road Runners alone.

Popular financial software leaves blind and visually impaired in dark

wusa9.com — WUSA 9 Call For Action reached out to Intuit to help Catherine with her software issue. The company wasn't talking, and again, blamed the problem on her screen reader and keyboard. WUSA9 GERMANTOWN, Md., (WUSA9) -- Catherine Jacobs loves to create wool clothing on her loom.

Police: Suspects wore GPS trackers during killings

wusa9.com — Two parolees raped and killed at least four women while wearing GPS trackers. Officials say there may be more victims of the assault. (April 14) Two sex convicts charged with raping and murdering four Los Angeles-area women were wearing GPS monitoring bracelets for having assaulted children when they allegedly committed the serial killings that began last fall, police said Monday.

Bike to Work Day registration now open

wusa9.com — Registration is now open for Bike to Work Day, which is Friday, May 16. WASHINTGON (WUSA9) -- The D.C. Area Annual Bike to Work Day is coming up and registration is now open. More than 14,000 participants join this free event with 79 pit stops that include t-shirts, raffles, food and prizes.

Falling temps could put a freeze on gardens

wusa9.com — What could happen to your plans with the weather forecast for the next few days? Mola Lenghi reports.

Jewish groups ramp up security after shooting

wusa9.com — Security has been upgraded at Jewish institutions across the Washington region following Sunday's shooting at a Jewish Community Center and a Jewish retirement home in Kansas City. WUSA9 ROCKVILLE, Md. (WUSA9) -- Security has been upgraded at Jewish institutions across the Washington region following Sunday's shooting at a Jewish Community Center and a Jewish retirement home in Kansas City.

Viewer's guide: How to watch the blood moon

wusa9.com — Science @ NASA explains how a total lunar eclipse on the morning of April 15, 2014 will be the first of four consecutive total lunar eclipses, known as a tetrad. VPC Look up! There's two total lunar eclipses happening this year and the first one takes place between tonight and tomorrow morning.