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Overnight shooting in D.C. begins as police chase; 3 in hospital

An overnight shooting in the District that started out as a police chase has sent three people to the hospital.

Saturday - 03/15/2014, 09:02am EDT

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DC man charged in 2009 shooting death

D.C. police have charged a man with first-degree murder in a shooting in southeast in 2009.

Wednesday - 01/01/2014, 12:52am EST

Tags: first-degree murder, Southeast D.C.

More eyes on the street: D.C. adds 130 enforcement cameras

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.

Saturday - 12/28/2013, 07:50am EST

Tags: cameras, speed cameras, red light cameras, traffic tickets, andrew mollenbeck

Police seek two men wanted in D.C. sexual assault

Police are searching for two suspects wanted in connection with a sexual assault in Northeast D.C. last week.

Tuesday - 12/24/2013, 06:59am EST

Tags: sexual assult

Salary hike proposed for D.C. officers, firefighters

Police officers and firefighters in the District of Columbia would be entitled to cost of living salary adjustments under legislation proposed by Councilmember Tommy Wells.

Tuesday - 12/17/2013, 04:05pm EST

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D.C. driver facing $905 in fines will file complaint against officer

One month later, D.C. police are still not saying much about a bizarre traffic stop near Eastern Market that resulted in six tickets and $905 in fines, other than that the department will only investigate the incident if the driver files a complaint against the officer.

Wednesday - 11/13/2013, 03:05pm EST

Tags: ticketbuster, Eastern Market, anna russell, Ari Ashe

D.C. Police technology counts gunshots

The D.C. police have been listening in on gunshots in the city, and the numbers may be surprising.

Sunday - 11/03/2013, 11:38am EST

Tags: ShotSpotter, gunshots

D.C. police chief talks homicides, stop-and-frisk

District of Columbia Police Chief Cathy Lanier says New York City's stop-and-frisk policy probably helped reduce crime but became a less acceptable police tactic as communities there became safer.

Friday - 11/01/2013, 12:00pm EDT

Tags: Cathy Lanier, stop-and-frisk, American Bar Association, homicides

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