2 Tuskegee Airmen honored at DC Veterans Day ceremony
In World War II black pilots broke barriers to a country that deneid them basic rights back home. Now, more than six decades later two of the Tuskegee airman are being honored here in D.C.
Former and current members of the military helped feed homeless veterans at Miriam's Kitchen Monday.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center is cutting jobs as financial pressures mount at the District's largest hospital.
There are plenty of awards ceremonies, but on Saturday, a powerful one at the Renaissance Washington Hotel honored the country's bravest.
Plenty of companies pledge to hire veterans, but only those that follow through make the Military Friendly Employers list.
Your nights -- and days -- will be better with Sweet Dream in them. She's available for adoption from WARL.
Your guide to what's open and closed in the District, Virginia and Maryland on Veterans Day.
DC officials to honor 2 Tuskegee Airmen who live in Washington for Veterans Day
Time is running out to submit your application to compete for a spot singing at the National Cherry Blossom Parade.
New rankings show a third of the District of Columbia's charter schools that are subject to annual rankings are high-performing "Tier 1" schools.
A pedestrian was killed and four people are in the hospital after a driver in a van sped through two miles of road in the area around Benning Road and East Capitol Street SE on Friday night, ABC7 reports.
Bike lanes are intended to give cyclists a clearly defined area in which to move. The painted lanes also indicate to drivers that they can expect to see bike traffic in the area.
A committee of Metro's board has approved a ban on smoking at its bus stops, bus shelters and bus bays.
The District of Columbia's delegate to Congress is gearing up to run for a 13th term.
A program at MedStar Washington Hospital Center is delivering care to D.C.'s most vulnerable population.
Probe confirms tactical unit ordered away from Navy Yard rampage, says decision was reasonable
TCU names College of Communication after CBS 'Face the Nation' host Bob Schieffer
Senators: Just 5 people have enrolled in health insurance plans through new DC exchange
Florida family of Navy Yard shooting victim files claim with military and VA seeking $37.5M