The drinking water for Washington, D.C., Falls Church, and Arlington is vulnerable as there’s no Plan B if the Washington Aqueduct becomes compromised. WTOP’s Neal Augenstein tells us about the quarry water officials are looking to as a potential answer to the question, where can we keep a reserve? Augenstein explains the logistics behind creating what could be a 17-billion gallon backup. And, a few weeks after the Piscataway Tribe of Prince George’s County thought it ended a seven-year fight to change the name of Route 210 from Indian Head Highway to Piscataway Highway, they’ve learned that state lawmakers only dedicated the road, they didn’t rename it. WTOP’s Mike Murillo explains how lawmakers’ confusion let a lot of people down.