Andy Shallal to open restaurant and training center in Anacostia.
It's been a year full of weather ups and downs and the forecast could get even wackier, a National Weather Service meteorologist says.
With her gray coat, intelligent hazel eyes and alert demeanor, this 6-month-old pup would take the prize for distinctive looks.
Lots of love: The stories behind the people who walk into D.C.'s Marriage Bureau on a Monday afternoon.
Streetcar service in Washington, D.C., will not open until late summer or autumn, D.C. Department of Transportation officials say.
Smithsonian makes deal to offer online education through The Great Courses
The singer is slated to perform at the Verizon Center the same night as the Wizards' game against the Pacers.
Jackie O'Neill, 82, lives in Georgetown, has survived breast cancer and is getting ready to run Saturday's Global Race For the Cure.
Teen arrested in shooting that injured 2 people outside National Zoo
The National Park Service says an additional sewage overflow from this week's storms has caused untreated wastewater to spill into the C&O Canal in Georgetown.
The third annual running of the Chihuahuas featured about 30 of the little pups racing against each other in a series of heats.
Unlike some other areas of the country, young people make up a strong portion of people signed up for health care under Obamacare in D.C.
After all the rain this week, thousands are taking the opportunity to visit the Washington National Cathedral grounds for its free annual flower mart -- an event that could also knock out their morning workout
More than a dozen D.C. drivers have come to WTOP Ticketbuster to complain about stickers that are falling off their windshields, resulting in tickets.
A portion of a building collapsed Friday afternoon in Northwest D.C.
Marion Barry accuses HBO, reporters of trying to profit from his life story
It was the trip of a lifetime for a World War II vet from Montana. And he died hours after returning from D.C.
A bicyclist is in serious condition after he was hit by a car near Union Station Thursday night.
The dating website designed for people already in relationships with the tagline, "Life is short. Have an affair," reveals the most unfaithful neighborhoods in the nation's capital.
It's hard to drive anywhere and not hit a pothole, and recent storms haven't helped. D.C.'s Department of Transportation is only halfway through it's Potholepalooza campaign, and it has already filled twice the number it filled during 2013.
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