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  • June Entertainment Guide

    A roundup of must-hit things to see and do for the month of June.

  • Tree falls on Metrobus in D.C.

    WASHINGTON — No one was injured when a tree fell on a Metrobus in D.C. Monday evening. Metro Transit Police said a tree fell on a bus near the intersection of 15th and K streets…

  • Hundreds attend funeral for D.C. family killed in their home

    Family and friends are saying their final goodbyes to a family killed in their upper Northwest home in May.

  • Metro doors open as train accelerates in D.C.

    WASHINGTON — A video shared Sunday shows a D.C. Metro train’s doors wide open while the train moves through a tunnel. The video, taken around 11:15 a.m. as the train traveled between Metro Center and…

  • Hill intern arrested entering building with unloaded gun

    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Capitol Police arrested a Kansas man Monday morning when he tried to enter a House office building with an unloaded gun. The accused, Joshua Wheeler, 25, was an intern with Republican…

  • Washington Monument to be closed until at least Thursday

    WASHINGTON — The Washington Monument will be closed until at least Thursday, June 4 for elevator repairs, the National Park Service said Monday evening. The closure through later this week will allow technicians to repair a…

  • ​Food incubator to add contract manufacturing to its portfolio

    D.C. culinary incubator Union Kitchen will add contract manufacturing to its business model when it opens its second location in the Ivy City neighborhood this summer. Founders Jonas Singer and Cullen Gilchrist haven’t worked out…

  • Pet of the Week: King

    WASHINGTON — Meet King, a handsome Labrador retriever mix. Typical to labs, King is a large dog, but he’s in terrific shape and absolutely loves to fetch the tennis ball.  Also typical to labs, he loves people.…

  • Wake held for Savopoulos family ahead of Monday funeral

    WASHINGTON — A steady stream of mourners paid their respects Sunday night to the three members of the Savopoulos  family who were found slain inside their burned Northwest D.C. home last month, along with their…

  • Stars align for annual Ford’s Theatre gala

    Boyz II Men, Martina McBride, Joss Stone and more performed Sunday, May 31, 2015 as part of the annual Ford’s Theatre Society gala.

  • Looking for a fast way to get in shape? Ride a unicycle

    It’s a workout that requires core strength, endurance and plenty of balance. Unicycling hits D.C.’s streets.

  • Police: 12-year-old Northeast boy missing

    WASHINGTON – D.C. Police say 12-year-old Bekine Ayele was last seen on the 3000 block of Earl Place, Northeast, on Sunday, May 31. Ayele is described as a black male, 5’5” tall, 108 pounds, with brown eyes, short…

  • 76-year-old woman fights robber off her husband with a cane

    WASHINGTON — A 76-year-old woman fought back with her cane during a robbery Friday morning, and police were able to identify the suspect with the help of the distinctive wounds she inflicted, NBC 4 Washington reports.…

  • DC Billion Steps Challenge kicks off in Ward 7

    WASHINGTON — One billion is a big number. It seems even bigger if you’re talking about taking a billion steps. But that’s the challenge D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is putting to city residents. It’s a challenge…

  • Reporter killed in Southeast D.C. shooting mourned at former high school

    WASHINGTON — It’s been 10 years since Charnice Milton walked the halls of Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, Maryland. “She was a hard worker, she was focused, was very kind and always a bundle of…