DC police: No charges in gunman in fatal Northeast shooting; apparent case of self-defense
Nearly 600 pounds of ground venison from the National Park Service is now being put to use at the D.C. Central Kitchen.
DC mayor to introduce bill allowing people in US illegally to get city driver's licenses
On May 5, people across the United States will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with margaritas, mariachi and parades and festivals. But few know the history behind the day that so many Americans celebrate.
D.C. is becoming a less welcoming city for film festivals. And rising venue costs, combined with the growing use of digital services for viewing films, may spell the end for one of the city's most established film festivals.
Emmajean Gainey tried to avoid an erratic Toyota but was struck twice and pinned against a tree. She died at the scene. Now a D.C. woman is facing a voluntary manslaughter charge for her death.
Comments from a local abortion doctor sparked a rally in front of his office at the Washington Surgi-Clinic in Foggy Bottom Wednesday.
Blessed Sheriff, 15, a sophomore at Montgomery high school in Rockville, Md., emerged from her semi-final round Monday as one of three finalists moving on to Tuesday night's championship round in the Poetry Outloud competition at George Washington University.
An Annapolis man has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and driving while intoxicated in the March crosswalk death of 71-year-old Ruby Whitfield.
A man charged with the near-fatal baseball bat beating of another man on Capitol Hill last year has been found guilty by a D.C. Superior Court jury.
D.C. taxis are getting a new design similar to the color scheme of D.C.'s Circulator buses. The D.C. Cab Commission voted Wednesday to publish the uniform taxi color scheme and take public opinion.
All three streetcars that make up the initial fleet will be in place by Thursday for testing. Ultimately, these streetcars will roll on H Street and Benning Road in Northeast.
Prosecutors: Idaho man who shot at White House was upset about US marijuana policy
"He was almost unrecognizable," Abigail Maslin told a jury about her husband, T.C., after he was robbed and brutally beaten with a baseball bat last August.
Johnson says electrical stimulation machine may have irritated nerve in Strasburg's arm
Style for Hire's Lisa Tumbarello offers tips for tackling your closet during spring cleaning.
District of Columbia courts celebrating Law Day with lecture by Lincoln statue
Dedicated bicycle lanes are already in place on L Street NW and 15th Street NW, but WTOP has learned that in August, new lanes will go into place on M Street NW.
Affidavit: Ricin found on items dumped by suspect in case of poison letters to Obama, others
During the playoffs, Caps fans can Rock the Red right up to the buzzer without having to worry about whether they can take the subway home.