A D.C. Silver Alert has been canceled.
The developer of Union Market has submitted plans to redevelop another part of the 45-acre warehouse district, 1270 Fourth St. NE, with up to 520 residential units and nearly 40,000 square feet of ground floor retail in an 11-story building.
Nationals Manager Matt Williams was almost at Nats Park Wednesday morning when another driver being followed by Metropolitan police officers sideswiped his Tahoe while traffic was stopped at a red light.
A bicyclist was injured Wednesday morning near Observatory Circle providing a grim example of the dangers riders face navigating urban streets on International Bike To School Day.
This week is a tough one for those with allergies. Allergists say the most recent pollen count in our area sky high and the rain may not be helping.
The White House fox has surfaced again.
Lady Gaga concert rescheduled to accommodate possible Game 6 in Wizards-Pacers playoff series
Zach Wood has achieved a lot to get to college, but he's dreaming even bigger.
The D.C. City Council unanimously passed a bill Tuesday to change the way parking tickets are adjudicated and address several issues identified in the WTOP Ticketbuster series.
The Washington Wizards may be playing an away game against the Indiana Pacers, but fans can join game-time fun at the Verizon Center.
Court filing: Lawyers say why they're seeking new trial for killer of DC intern Chandra Levy
Four African lion cubs will soon be on display at the National Zoo after passing an important test Tuesday afternoon.
In seemingly the time it takes to toss in a buzzer-beater three from above the key, Verizon Center has become a new star of college basketball.
Police are investigating whether a dispute on a Metro bus spilled onto a D.C. street and resulted in three people being shot near Ballou High School.
"Did I say a few more songs? I meant a few more hours!" When those words came out of Dave Grohl's mouth at the 9:30 Club Monday night, everyone knew they were in for the long haul.
Demonstrators surrounded the Embassy of Nigeria on Tuesday to demand the government of that country do more to rescue schoolgirls kidnapped by militant extremists.
Tourism bureau says DC hosted record 17.4 million US visitors in 2013, saw increased spending
The Democratic nominee for mayor in the nation's capital wants the city to cut the legal limit for drunken driving nearly in half.
Speed cameras have become so commonplace in D.C. and Maryland, that drivers are taking notice and slowing down. However changes in speed limits and where the cameras are placed can help or hurt drivers.
DC councilman says ABC's 'Scandal' wants to shoot in DC in August if show gets incentives
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