Samoan woman studying to become a nun pleads guilty to smothering her newborn at DC convent
In honor of Hailo's launch in Alexandria, Va., first-time riders have a free $20 credit to spend on a ride in the D.C. area.
See which retailers scored the lowest on a ranking of customers' experience.
Smithsonian American Art Museum opens new exhibit to showcase 'Modern American Realism'
The first firefighter to be told that Cecil Mills had collapsed across the street from a station in Northeast was a 19-year-old cadet who had never been told what to do if someone walked into the station in person looking for assistance.
ABC7's Lauryn Ricketts says a social media following, in the right hands, is an asset during a weather emergency.
Twenty-three-year-old Arvel Crawford was convicted this week of first- and second-degree murder in Superior Court in Washington. Crawford faces a life term at sentencing May 16.
A mayoral debate reveals a pleasant surprise for D.C.'s finances: The city's revenue estimate for 2014 has been increased by $2 million, and the revenue estimate for 2015 has gone up by about $130 million.
As technology continues to improve, heart failure patients have more options than heart transplant.
One of the most famous staircases in the region, the so-called "Exorcist Steps," might get some new neighbors.
Metro riders will pay more to ride trains and buses in July, and board members are deciding just how much.
DC orders insurance companies to cover gender-reassignment surgery for transgender residents
Judge sets conditions of John Hinckley's expanded time outside a DC mental hospital
Yelp's 2014 list of the top 100 restaurants in the country, based on popularity and reviews, includes only two in the Washington area.
The District's economy is humming along, but not the way it used to.
D.C. boasts boasts the strongest brainpower in the nation, according to a study that analyzed 102 major markets.
DC transportation officials readying 'Potholepalooza' campaign to repair roads
More than $10,000 the District of Columbia officials owe in refunds to drivers who were wrongly ticketed throughout the past five years hasn't been paid, according to documents obtained by ABC7 On Your Side.
Former National Geographic president joins Smithsonian Institution's governing board
The world's first quantum computing company is in closed-door meetings in Washington, explaining the possibilities of a computer said to be 100,000 times faster than today's devices.
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