Starting Aug. 25, the Georgia Avenue and 14th Street corridors will get extended buses that can hold more people.
A frozen, red, sugary drink with an umbrella? That's not a daiquiri. Uncovering the myths and the history of summer's darling drink.
The transformation of the Florida Avenue Market continues with Edens Realty Inc.'s latest pitch to the D.C. Zoning Commission, this time for more than 500,000 square feet of retail, entertainment, office and possibly residential on and around the Market building.
The federal government shutdown had one long-lasting effect.
The cars versus bicyclist debate on area roads has reached a fever pitch sparked by a controversial commentary by Washington Post Columnist Courtland Milloy titled "Bicyclist bullies try to rule the road in D.C."
Tuesday afternoon an Uber driver took several passengers for a wild ride after the driver fled a D.C. taxi inspector and traveled into Virginia.
Metro: smoke, noise after covering touches third rail at Smithsonian station
DC chief financial officer backs away from plan to combine lottery contracts
Records are made to be broken, but there's a new one in town that could be pretty tough to beat any time soon.
A D.C. woman is accused of leaving her disabled mother in a car Monday night into Tuesday, when temperatures soared past 95 degrees.
Georgetown may be Washington's most expensive neighborhood, but Falls Church City remains the metro's most expensive jurisdiction and Falls Church prices continue to rise.
DC Public Library to host book signing, discussion of Marion Barry's new memoir
Fixing 176 area bridges that are in structural disrepair could take longer than expected, according to a new report.
The Washington Kastles bring a unique viewing experience and a history of winning to the D.C. sports scene.
One month after a woman received a ticket on a block with multiple incorrect parking signs, a judge has thrown out the ticket and waived all fines against her.
Police in D.C. are looking for helping identifying an assault suspect.
For a mere $4.5 million, you can live in a former Secretary of Defense's D.C. home.
The battle over the District's law to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana has a new front, with the proposal of a local campaign that may ebb criticism from some House Republicans.
D.C.'s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board lifted a five-year moratorium on restaurant liquor licenses Wednesday, but chose to keep in place the ban on new tavern or nightclub licenses.
It's time for the District to capitalize on its popular Capital Bikeshare program.
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