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  • 3 injured in Northwest D.C. fire

    WASHINGTON — Three people are in the hospital after a fire in Northwest D.C. Tuesday morning. Fire crews responded to a fire at 9th Street and Rhode Island Avenue in Northwest around 11:20 a.m. and…

  • Court records reveal new details from July 4 Metro stabbing

    WASHINGTON — A former congressional intern was punched and stabbed repeatedly before his killer kicked his bloody body as he lay on the floor of a Metro train, court documents released Tuesday say. Jasper Spires,…

  • Worker rescued from deep hole at D.C. construction site

    WASHINGTON — A construction worker was taken to the hospital Tuesday morning after he was rescued from a deep hole near the Washington Navy Yard. D.C. Fire and EMS was called to a construction site…

  • A $125 martini? Yes — and it’s selling

    WASHINGTON — As if food and drink isn’t expensive enough in the D.C. area already, a new steakhouse in the District is offering a $125 martini. But maybe you can’t blame it — in the…

  • Here’s the plan to restore D.C.’s historic Maine Avenue Fish Market (Video)

    The team behind the Southwest waterfront overhaul is pitching a major renovation of the historic Maine Avenue Fish Market, eyeing a retail-and-restaurant-dominated addition it hopes to have open in less than two years. Hoffman-Madison Waterfront,…

  • ​D.C. restaurant group jumps into the distilling game

    The next project from the team behind the Founding Farmers group of restaurants will be a 12,000-square-foot restaurant with an in-house distillery near Mount Vernon Square in downtown D.C. Farmers & Distillers aims to open…

  • Portable farms take root as new use for shipping containers

    Your lettuce may be local, but that doesn’t mean it comes from a farm. A new agricultural idea is taking root in D.C. — and it involves shipping containers.

  • Friends remember man murdered on Metro train

    Friends gathered Monday to remember Kevin Joseph Sutherland, 24, who was stabbed to death while on a train near NoMa — Gallaudet station on Saturday.

  • Bryce Harper to sit out Home Run Derby

    WASHINGTON — A day after the announcement that Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper would start in this year’s All-Star Game, the outfielder says he has elected not to participate in the Home Run Derby. On Monday,…

  • First daughter Malia Obama interning this summer on the set of ‘Girls’

    WASHINGTON — Passers-by in the hipster area of Williamsburg in Brooklyn this summer might make a double-take this summer as they stroll past the New York set of HBO’s “Girls.” Turns out that lucky intern fetching coffee…

  • Man arrested in stabbing death at NoMa Metro

    WASHINGTON — D.C. police officers have arrested the man who they say stabbed a former student government president at the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro station on Saturday. On Monday, patrol officers found and arrested Jasper Spires, a…

  • Rock Creek Parkway reopens after tractor trailer stuck in overpass

    UPDATE: 1:19 p.m., July 6, 2015 WASHINGTON — All northbound lanes of the Rock Creek Parkway have reopened after a tractor trailer got stuck in an overpass. Park police helped remove the truck. EARLIER: 12:57…

  • Pet of the Week: Yori

    WASHINGTON — Sweet, easy going and curious — those are the qualities of this week’s Pet of the Week. Yori is a pretty little 4-year-old beagle/Australian Shepherd mix that can’t wait to find her forever family. …

  • Suspect identified in NoMa Metro stabbing

    WASHINGTON — D.C. police officers have an arrest warrant for Jasper Spires, who allegedly stabbed another man at the NoMa Gallaudet Metro station on Saturday. The man — 24-year-old Kevin Joseph Sutherland — died from…

  • Southeast man dead after scooter crash on Benning Road

    WASHINGTON — A local man is dead after he lost control of the scooter he rode and hit a concrete median on Benning Road in Northeast. Around 1:45 a.m. Sunday, Kwasi Stephon Gray drove a…