Winter has come and conquered, but "Game of Thrones" fan still have a few more weeks to wait until the season premiere of the HBO hit series.
Some drivers are using phony disability parking placards as a way to avoid parking restrictions and meter payments in D.C.
Metro: weekend work to affect orange, blue and red lines, no work scheduled for other lines
With ice and slush expected across the area Wednesday morning, AAA offers tips for driving in slick winter conditions in a video.
Winter storms organization to shut down more than 770 blood drives nationwide, and the impact is felt.
The District of Columbia's delegate to Congress is once again warning the D.C. Council that approving an ambitious college scholarship program would endanger a popular federal program that helps city residents pay for college.
A teen from D.C. was arrested Sunday night after he led police on a high-speed chase along Interstate 95 in a stolen minivan.
CaliBurger, a California-style burger joint with locations in Asia and the Middle East, will establish a U.S. headquarters in the D.C. area.
Road crews report resources are in good shape ahead of the oncoming storm. But with constant clean-up going on, there isn't time for regular maintenance.
A family's heartbreaking loss has set off new questions about the District's emergency response, and public safety officials are trying to sort out how a dying elderly man was left unattended next to a fire station.
D.C. Councilmember Tommy Wells is calling on the D.C. Council to pass a bill that decriminalizes the possession of small amounts of marijuana.
Circulator bus needs tow after sinkhole opens up on road in SE Washington
In honor of the Seahawks' Super Bowl victory, this week's Pet of the Week is the team's canine namesake.
Gas prices are edging lower, but just like the recent weather, it may be the calm before the storm.
The striking visitor from the Arctic has put a spotlight on the work done in a quiet corner of the District of Columbia.
DC Council to hear testimony on cold-weather homeless shelters, including use of motels
Homeless men in the district were the guests of honor at a Super Bowl party held Sunday night at the Central Union Mission in Northwest D.C.
AP Exclusive: Doctors described gunman before shootings as 'clear and focused;' denied stress
On the same day that Punxsutawney Phil made his prediction, his brother Potomac Phil emerged from his slumber as well.
The opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics are just 6 days away, but some people around here are thinking ahead to 2024.