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As 2020 starts to wind down, we are truly proud of the work we have done while covering crime cases and gathering data on those cases in Washington, DC. When the COVID-19 pandemic came, we turned to covering all crime and not just homicides.
We have even bigger plans for 2021, including resuming covering trials and adding coverage of sexual assault and domestic violence cases. We will also have a new website and a way to delve into the data we have gathered over the last five years.
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