Those cake-baking competitions on television have nothing on what happens in the kitchen at the White House around the holidays.
A man is dead after a crash on D.C. 295, which closed the roadway for several hours Tuesday morning.
Metro to stay open later for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day
Metropolitan Police have arrested a man they say shot and killed a man in southeast.
A raccoon attacked a man who was taking out the recycling Sunday afternoon.
The number of law enforcement officers killed across the United States over the course of 2013 dipped to the lowest level in six decades.
A person is in police custody after crashing a carjacked SUV into a Metrobus in Southwest D.C. Monday morning.
Whether you prefer a romantic dinner, a low-key evening, a kid-friendly celebration, or an all-out bash, there's plenty to choose from.
DC population grows by 2 percent, gaining 13,000 people to put population at more than 646,000
The number of officers killed across the United States over the course of 2013 was relatively extremely low, according to a new report.
AAA Mid-Atlantic looks back at the best and worst in transportation issues around D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
A man who seriously injured himself after falling at L'Enfant Plaza early Sunday morning was likely intoxicated according to a WMATA spokesman.
A warning period has been extended for more than 130 new traffic enforcement cameras in D.C. before bad drivers can get fines for speeding and infractions at stop signs, crosswalks and intersections.
Visitation up about 13 percent at Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library in Staunton
A man wanted in an alleged kidnapping on Metro's Green Line has turned himself in to Prince George's County police.
Volunteers of all faiths lend their time and talents for the holidays.
It's still early in the flu season but widespread flu is reported in Virginia, while there are fewer cases of flu right now in Maryland and D.C.
They survived slavery and the Civil War, but the memory of the men whose names are etched in steel couldn't survive the indignity of D.C. street violence.
Police in the District of Columbia are looking for a man who attempted to rob a Citibank branch in northwest Washington.
A new breed of enforcement camera is coming online in D.C. this weekend. More than 130 new cameras will target more than speeding but cross walks, intersection blockers and even commercial vehicle violations.