Thanks to the "Sing into Spring" competition, budding singers in the D.C. region have a chance to put their talents on display next year at the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade.
Now's the time to get moving for those wanting to land a spot at the big holiday event in the nation's capital.
The commute on Halloween traditionally starts earlier in the day as parents time-shift and head home to get their children ready to trick-or-treat.
DC warns motorists to prepare for street closures downtown along southbound 14th, F streets
Metro to close some stations on orange and blue lines for weekend work
Parking in D.C. is almost impossible on some days, so local businesses along a stretch of Connecticut Avenue near the Cleveland Park Metro station are upset about a proposal that would eliminate about 30 parking spots that customers use every day.
Report says contract guards at federal facilities have received uneven, inconsistent training
National Archives to display trove of Iraqi Jewish books; conflict over to whom they belong
Marilyn Monroe wax figure to join museum collection at Madame Tussauds in DC
LivingSocial Inc. has apologized for a "seven sins" themed Halloween party that featured a "greed room" adorned with dreidels and gold coins.
Remember a few weeks ago when the owners of the restaurant that replaced The Guards in Georgetown put the bar's sign up for auction?
"Yoga: The Art of Transformation" traces 2,000 years of yoga's history and the visual culture of yoga from a disciplinary perspective.
A billboard inside the Judiciary Square Metro station is getting the attention of prosecutors.
Gun owners in DC ask higher court to intervene and help resolve lawsuit from 2009
DC school bus driver charged with drunken driving after bus found abandoned with kids aboard
It's the 17th Street High Heel Race, and it's become a welcome tradition in Washington, D.C.
Miners, families from across US heading to Washington Tuesday for pro-coal rally at Capitol
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier says her parenting style is 'vastly different' from Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler, who stopped by a house party where teens were drinking in June.
The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery has installed a loaned painting of the first four female Supreme Court justices.
While the D.C. council debates whether to decriminalize marijuana, a synthetic version of the drug is wreaking havoc on teens.