Factory Mutual Insurance asked the D.C. Court of Appeals to not consider if COVID droplets can cause damage in a lawsuit GW filed.
WMATA officials opened six Northern Virginia stops on the Silver Line, including the Washington Dulles International Airport station Tuesday.
John Donnelly, the chief of D.C. Fire and EMS, said FEMS responders transported six people to a hospital with non-life-threatening respiratory issues.
Construction crews from D.C. Water are repairing a six-inch broken water main.
GW Police Department officers responded to two separate incidents of unknown male subjects engaging in lewd acts.
Students praised outreach efforts from GWPD this fall but said the department should advertise its events more effectively, so more students know about them.
Faculty senators passed a resolution to support the construction of a 320-bed residence hall on the corner of 20th and H streets Friday.
Students said they notice few physical changes inside Lerner upon reopening despite officials’ stated plans for equipment upgrades and space reconfigurations.
MPD found the victim with multiple “sharp force” injuries in front of the Kennedy Center earlier this month.
The University questioned the D.C. Court of Appeals about whether the presence of COVID-19 droplets can cause “physical loss or damage” last week.