• D.C. police move to hire auditor in speed camera inquiry

    WASHINGTON — Major problems with D.C.’s speed camera program were exposed by financial projections, and now the police department is moving to hire an independent auditor to solve the camera problems. At a D.C. Council…

  • Accusations fly during closing arguments in whistleblower trial

    WASHINGTON — Accusations flew in court during closing arguments in a whistleblower lawsuit against the D.C. government and Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier, and the case is now before a jury. Capt. Hilton Burton says…

  • Lanier: Celebrity escorts are necessary at times

    WASHINGTON — In her second day of testimony, Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier called the 2011 police escort of Charlie Sheen from Dulles airport “troublesome” but maintained that celebrity escorts by police are at times…

  • Family of teen to sue D.C. and police officer

    A D.C. family is preparing to sue the city and a D.C. police officer after he allegedly took nude photos of their teen daughter.

  • School change ahead for 500 Fairfax County students

    Some students in Fairfax County will have to plan on going to a different school, starting in 2014.