Hearings open this week on Corcoran Gallery merger with GW University, National Gallery of Art
Officials closing DC street for several hours to remove hazardous tree from Meridian Hill Park
Mayor of rural NC town finishing walk to DC in hopes of reopening local hospital
From almost dropping out, to making and screening a documentary at prestigious film festivals: Students at a local arts center discover creativity and themselves.
Judges strikes down DC ban on handguns outside homes, latest ruling in fight over gun laws
One man traveled more than 18,000 miles to visit all 30 Major League Baseball parks and rank each venue, as well as the hot dogs.
The nation's oldest living female World War II veteran has finally made it to Washington to see the monuments and memorials.
It's John Thomas' job to pay attention to trees, especially during storms.
D.C. police have charged 31-year-old Reshad Chakari, who lives in Alexandria.
Sunshine is the enemy today. It only increases the chance of severe weather.
He has a knee injury and withdrew from an Atlanta tournament recently.
Damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes could pass through the Mid-Atlantic.
The harrowing acts of service members more than a half-century ago have been immortalized on forever stamps that will take their legacy around the nation.
South Carolina-based Lima One Capital hard money lender has entered the Greater Washington market as part of a 10-state expansion in the Eastern U.S.
RareSweets owner and pastry chef Meredith Tomason might not have been able to articulate how she wanted her new CityCenterDC bakery to look, but she knew exactly what she didn't want. It involved words like "cutesy," "lacey" and "feminine."
As the Best Sports Movies bracket reaches the Final 4, Jason Fraley, Noah Frank and Rob Woodfork break down the competition.
Most hospitals use CT scans as their default first-line test to diagnose stroke, but a local hospital takes a different approach.
Judge revokes bond for DC officer charged with trying to kill wife for violation
Hailed as the future of U.S. tennis, 16-year-old Francis Tiafoe has qualified for the Citi Open, July 26-August 3 in D.C.
In 2012, 75 percent of the nation's 2.1 million farms sold less than $50,000 in agricultural products, but the cost to maintain a farm continues to increase. Local farmers turn to crowdsourcing.
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