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by ARLnow.com | September 29, 2010 at 6:00 am | 477 views | 1 Comment

More on Southwest at Reagan National – Southwest Airlines’ deal to acquire AirTran Airways will likely result in Southwest taking over AirTran’s slots at Reagan National Airport. But Greater Greater Washington’s Rob Pitingolo argues that the long-awaited arrival of Southwest at DCA — should the deal go through — won’t have much of effect on fare prices, as some might hope.

Arlington’s Highways Clogged During Evening Commute – Dr. Gridlock reports that the Arlington stretches of I-395 and I-66 were each backed up 3-4 miles during last night’s commute.

Sen. Ted Stevens Buried At Arlington National Cemetery – Former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens, a military pilot during World War II, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery yesterday afternoon. Four F-22 fighter jets roared overhead as a bugler played taps at the private burial. Stevens, who served in the Senate for 40 years, was killed in a plane crash last month. More from McClatchy Newspapers.

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  • Dale

    This is a bit random, but anyone know what was going on Sunday evening at the corner of John Marshall and 26th Street North? There were at least 8 police cars — lights ablaze and parked like they got there fast — and an ambulance. I didn’t want to add to the confusion so I drove back the other way. But this was definitely not something you see in that neighborhood.

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