Hundreds of volunteers to serve Thanksgiving meal to about 5,000 needy DC residents
Police seek public's help in identifying body found in Potomac River
National Cathedral in DC to charge admission fee for tourists in 2014 to help fund operations
DC Council committee unanimously approves increase in minimum wage to $11.50 an hour
Dierks is an absolutely adorable 3-year-old spaniel mix -- seriously, just look at that face.
D.C. is seeing more than a boom in real estate and millennial residents. As the city grows, so do the food options.
A D.C. nonprofit is reeling from the alleged theft by an administrative assistant of $5.1 million since 2005.
DC expands automated traffic enforcement to stop signs, crosswalks and rush hour intersections
DC judge allows singer Chris Brown to be absent from court appearance in assault case
Some much needed help arrived for more than 400 D.C. families, Sunday afternoon.
District of Columbia police are investigating a fatal shooting in northeast Washington.
Smithsonian: American Indian museum in DC being closed after man apparently falls from railing
A man was taken to the hospital following an incident inside one of the Smithsonian museums along the National Mall Saturday.
Annual Adoption Day ceremony celebrated at DC courthouse; adoptions to be finalized at event
APNewsBreak: Navy shooter had classified access pulled for 2 days, but Navy was never told
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.
DC woman who worked as Walter Reed pharmacist indicted murder charge in husband's killing
The SHARE Food Network which is part of Catholic Charities of the Washington Archdiocese is providing the fixings to prepare a Thanksgiving Dinner for eight for as little as $20.