Some bicyclists are getting hit by cars and then getting tickets in the hospital.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier says the department could begin testing body cameras in the next few months as a way to cut down on complaints and officer conduct investigations.
Find out how much of a homeowner's salary it would take to afford owning a home in 27 cities, including Washington and Baltimore.
A man caught fire Tuesday morning near a liquor store in Northeast.
For the first time, lawmakers in D.C. will consider a deal for a 20,000-seat soccer stadium at Buzzard Point, according to The Washington Post.
Washington Nationals' pitcher Stephen Strasburg has been a No. 1 draft pick and an All-Star. Now he's reached another milestone.
WWII and Korea vets from Midwest make Hagerstown, Md., their base camp for DC memorial visit
Men and women are different and their approach to food should be too.
Two men were shot dead just minutes apart in Southeast D.C. late Monday night.
For the first 30 days, they will issue warning tickets. After that, speeding comes at a price.
A federal judge has barred the District of Columbia from implementing a law that purported to give the city the ability to spend its local tax dollars without authorization from Congress.
After several hiccups, could the streetcars hit the city sooner than later?
The D.C. area is home to many public transit options from buses to bike-sharing -- so it may come as no surprise that the nation's capital ranked highly among the cities where most people walk to work.
'Capitol Fourth' show to feature Frankie Valli before the July 4 fireworks in DC
According to a new study, college students are likely to drive while high.
Norton: DC has powerful allies that will fight interference in local affairs by Congress
If the past is prologue, then the utopian coexistence of beings from different parts of the universe in the original "Star Trek" series is what humans should be striving to achieve in the present, said actor George Takei while speaking in D.C. over the weekend.
To bring more attention to the District's lack of voting rights, D.C. Vote will host its first annual 3 Star Ball on Thursday, May 22.
Howard University Hospital has apparently backed away from planned layoffs of some of its nursing staff — at least for now.
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