A D.C. woman says she's received threatening calls and messages from people who say they've seen enough of her signs about her missing dog.
A childhood classic is getting a few creative makeovers -- and a spot close to the White House.
Laura Porter was a high school senior when she developed an eating disorder.
Police chiefs from Montgomery and Prince George's counties and the District of Columbia listened as Takoma Park residents voiced their concerns and asked what they could do about a recent spike in crime.
Indian-Americans are more than just national spelling bee champs or motel owners. They are lawmakers, athletes and fashion designers. That's the message behind "Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation."
Smithsonian examines influences of Indian-Americans in US history, culture over 200 years
There seems to be an app for everything these days, and soon there will be one to fight bad parking tickets.
Could the Washington Redskins be lured from FedEx Field in Landover to a state-of-the-art, 100,000 seat stadium in the District -- on the site of RFK Stadium?
DC schools setting aside $5 million for extracurricular activities to make students happier
Metro: riders should expect weekend longer weekend waits on orange, blue and green lines
It's still winter. But while the trees are bare, allergy sufferers are starting to sneeze their way toward spring.
Museum association to honor 2 lawmakers for support on Capitol Hill
On Monday, a D.C. Council committee met to discuss the Cecil Mills tragedy and to try to determine how big the problems in the D.C. Fire and EMS Department are.
Group launches effort to repair gunfire damage to African American Civil War Memorial in DC
Obama to propose 1 percent federal worker pay hike in upcoming budget
The best known online travel brokers have agreed to pay D.C. more than $60 million to end a lawsuit brought by the District over unpaid hotel taxes — if an appeal to a higher court proves unsuccessful.
This 9-week-old puppy arrived at WARL from down South with several littermates.
Almost a month after the death of Medric "Cecil" Mills, a committee will meet on Monday to look into the D.C. fire department's response to his collapse.
Data released by the District of Columbia shows very few students in the city attend their assigned public schools.
Rita Cummings was found safe.
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