A late ambulance that resulted in what's been called a bill for nearly $800 has motivated tens of thousands of people to sign an online petition to drop the charge.
D.C.'s fire department is investigating allegations that D.C. Fire and EMS training academy instructors made inappropriate remarks to female cadets.
In just 12 hours Wednesday, Metro received seven reports of electronic gadgets, six times the normal theft rate for the transit system. Metro officials are warning riders to guard their possession.
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Kennedy Center in DC showcases Northern European cultures with Nordic Cool festival
Driving into the District could get more expensive.
Graphic designer Mikki Taylor gets a shot at the fashion big time with a first ever appearance at D.C.'s Fashion Week this weekend.
An out of service Metrobus caused minor damage Wednesday night after crashing into a wall near Georgetown University.
Metro Police hope they'll get tips on the identity of a man suspected of holding up another passenger and robbing her on a bus Wednesday morning.
The District recently received a letter from the U.S. Olympic Committee seeking to gauge the District's interest and ability in hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics. And Mayor Vincent Gray says he'd have to consider careful whether to move ahead with a bid.
Students from throughout the metropolitan Washington area try their hand at solving a crime and find it's much different than what's portrayed by television crime scene investigators.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is out with a new Adidas commercial, and it gives a status update after his knee surgery.
The evidence continues to mount that both real sugar and artificially sweetened sodas aren't good for you. So what is a soda-holic to do?
D.C. police say a 4-year-old girl has died following a house fire that's being investigated as a possible arson.
Those who've been stiffed at their local bar may get some backup.
Smithsonian American Art Museum to close DC's Renwick Gallery for major 2-year renovation
There are more collisions involving cyclists and pedestrians along 14th Street Northwest, than anywhere else in the District, but a DDOT review finds a "very high percentage" of the crashes in that corridor and across the city are caused by drivers, cyclists or pedestrians behaving badly.
A wintry mix and snow caused problems in Frederick County and big snowflakes floated through the air Tuesday morning in Loudoun County, but the flakes are expected to give way to possible showers Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Tina Frundt, founder of Courtney's House in D.C., works to break the chains and help fellow survivors of child sex trafficking.