The president of Georgetown University says vandalism of the campus' main chapel forced Sunday morning Masses to be moved to another location.
This is D.C.'s first-ever Lemonade Day, part of a nationwide effort to help teach children about running a business and to inspire young people to become entrepreneurs. Kids as young as 3 and as old as 18 set up stands across the District.
Metro says Blue and Orange trains are being delayed after a man was struck by a train in Rosslyn.
Once the cherry blossoms fade away, there's still a chance to bathe yourself in the pristine beauty of nature. There's a garden oasis you might not know about in D.C.
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It is often called "The Wall that Heals," but the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall got some healing itself as dozens of people scrubbed it clean Saturday morning.
A group of Washington Nationals fans want to end the fan tradition of doing the wave at Nats Park. The effort, called "Kill The Wave," is getting mixed reviews from Nats fans.
A train operator no longer works for Metro after he was caught on camera looking at his cellphone.
An internal memo shows that District of Columbia schools officials were aware in early 2009 about the possibility of widespread cheating on standardized tests.
A 14-year veteran of the Metropolitan Police Department is now facing a lawsuit.
The body found early Thursday morning in the Tidal Basin has not been officially identified, but sources tell ABC7 the body is a tourist who disappeared on Easter Sunday.
Defense attorneys for the man convicted of killing federal intern Chandra Levy want to introduce new evidence if a new trial is granted in the case.
A Washington waterfront landmark gets a new moniker after its previous owner was forced out.
Many D.C. neighborhoods are being reshaped, but along with growth comes new safety concerns like the ones faced by already established areas.
Wednesday was the busiest ridership day for Metrorail since 2010, topping even January's inauguration ridership, and the fourth busiest day in transit system's 37-year history.
"Watch out for the Boogeyman!" It's a phrase commonly used in horror films and taunting childhood games. But the real Boogeyman has local ties.
A local university more than 200 years old now has solar panels, and the White House is taking notice.