Two people were killed near Howard University Monday night.
District of Columbia plans 800 plows on streets ahead of expected snow
Airlines are beginning to issue travel advisories for East Coast destinations, including the three airports in the D.C. region, ahead of Tuesday's snow storm.
Washington Wizards forward Al Harrington headlined a panel of speakers Monday afternoon at Verizon Center to talk with young people about Martin Luther King on the day of service to honor his legacy.
Gas prices in DC metro area down 3 cents from last week, now 7 cents above national average
Say hello to Terry Boot and Susan Bones -- this week's Pets of the Week.
Well, well, well. Look who's back in business.
In a short time -- from Jan. 7 to Jan. 15 -- a rash of military deaths claimed the lives of at least 12 service members. Nine died within 24 hours.
See what is open and what is closed on Martin Luther King Day.
Using public transportation to get around on this Martin Luther King Jr. holiday could prove to be tricky.
The Metropolitan Police Department seeks the public's assistance in identifying and locating four persons of interest in connection with a school burglary that occurred Jan. 15, 2014 between 8:15 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Police: Son suspected of stabbing father to death at Georgetown home, mother also wounded
DC police issue arrest warrant after September death of 1-month-old is ruled a homicide
The chairwoman of the National Transportation Safety Board says she's impressed with the progress that Metro has made regarding safety since the Red Line crash took nine lives.
It involves strength, stamina and a 50-lb. foam head. The Washington Nationals held tryouts for their racing presidential mascots Saturday.
The D.C. police are seeking the public's help with the investigation of an armed robbery that happened Wednesday night.
Democrats in Ward 8 hosting mayoral forum at Turner Elementary School
Congress restores funding for some arts programs, declines funding for Eisenhower Memorial
One of the lesser profiled moments, known as "Freedom Summer," is being recognized in a photo exhibit that opened Friday at the Newseum.
Among the 37 new D.C. police officer graduates are nine reserve officers who endured 800 hours of training and will patrol the District's streets without earning any pay.