Former Washington, D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey says heightened scrutiny of police departments across the country will strengthen and improve policing nationwide.
Last month’s blizzard was more of a boon than a setback for the Klingle Valley Trail Project through Cleveland Park.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — Donald Trump began his Republican presidential campaign by labeling Mexican immigrants as rapists and criminals. He’s since profanely promised to bomb Islamic State fighters. He’s endorsed using torture on foreign prisoners.…
The Washington Humane Society and Washington Animal Rescue League are merging with hopes the added resources will help save more local animals.
An infant was found dead in a D.C. residence Wednesday morning and D.C. police say there was no adult supervision at the time.
Monumental Sports CEO Ted Leonsis is close to acquiring an Arena League Football team to play at Verizon Center beginning in 2017.
A man was fatally shot on M Street, in Northwest D.C., on Tuesday night.
Margaret Colin, star of “Gossip Girl” and “Independence Day,” joins us in studio to discuss her new Arena Stage play “The City of Conversation.”
Knitting is as cool as you want it to be, says one D.C. shop owner. Learn to knit useful things, and enjoy the potential health benefits as well.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The medical director of the District of Columbia’s long-troubled fire department is stepping down, saying “people are dying needlessly” because the department is resistant to reform. Dr. Jullette Saussy has been on…
WASHINGTON (AP) — Drones and model aircraft can return to the skies in the outer ring of special airspace around the nation’s capital. The Federal Aviation Administration announced an update Tuesday that shrinks the no-drone…
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser says a plan by the D.C. Council to offer up to 12 weeks of paid leave may be too broad for her to support.
Prolific restaurant owner Geoff Dawson is planning to open a new location at the Georgetown Park mall, building on a network of venues including Bedrock Billiards and Penn Social.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A new judge has been assigned to oversee a case about the District of Columbia’s strict gun laws. Online records show the case was assigned Tuesday to Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, who was…
Eight buildings providing short-term housing for homeless D.C. families will replace the aging and crowded D.C. General, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Tuesday.