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Plus, saving the sparrows in this week's roundup of weird news.
Marchex Institute says Ohio residents swear the most on consumer calls but Virginians are among the most courteous.
Angelika Theater in the Mosaic District will be one pit stop along the way near Annandale as thousands plan to ride their bicycles to work in honor of National Bike Month.
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FCPS says Rebecca Serafin may be heading to Los Angeles.
Police have issued a felony warrant for Rebecca Serafin, who allegedly fled the state with her son.
Startup 3.0 legislation will enable brightest minds to stay and do business in U.S.
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Plus, a car on the W&OD trail and weirdness abounds in Virginia this week.
Catholic Church head is first Pope to step down in 600 years. What's your reaction and where does the church go from here?
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