• Why hundreds of D.C. property owners are facing fines

    Energy and water usage data for roughly 30 percent of D.C. buildings subject to the city’s strict benchmarking requirements were not submitted by the deadline, leaving owners open to possible fines. The D.C. Department of…

  • Steelers’ Brown fined $8K for kicking punter

    The Redskins\’ Bashaud Breeland was fined $16,537 for a horse-collar tackle on Houston\’s Andre Johnson.

  • D.C. speed cameras cost $52M to operate for three years

    In the past three years, the District paid $52.7 million to the private speed camera contractor ACS State & Local Solutions to install, operate and maintain the city\’s network of speed and red light cameras, according to a report by the Office of the Inspector General.

  • D.C. to reduce speed camera fines

    D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says some fines from traveling over the speed limit will be reduced on Monday. Fines for driving 11 to 15 mph over the speed limit will drop from $125 to $100, while fines for drivers traveling 1 to 10 mph over the speed limit will drop from $75 to $50.

  • New type of traffic camera slated for D.C.

    More traffic cameras are coming to D.C., but they
    won\’t be for speeders or red-light runners.