• New retail transforms once devastated D.C. neighborhood

    A retail development is breathing new life into D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood. It has re-emerged as one of the District’s most desirable destinations — especially for small retailers and the city’s creative class.

  • D.C. police announce second arrest in AU graduate’s death

    D.C. police have announced a second arrest in connection with the stray-gunfire death of an American University graduate in August.

  • Rally held for D.C. mom killed in Memorial Day shooting

    WASHINGTON — There have been 128 homicides in D.C. so far this year. Sadly, Tamara Gliss, a mom, was one of the statistics. On Memorial Day, the 31-year-old was gunned down in the 600 block…

  • Murder suspect in Shaw shooting turns self in

    The suspect in the murder of a 2014 American University graduate turned himself into homicide detectives in D.C.

  • Shaw resident criticizes police response

    WASHINGTON — Frustration over crime in the Shaw neighborhood led to an outburst Monday at a news conference with Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier. “No one did anything until somebody got shot,” Martin Moulton exclaimed…

  • Condition of Shaw shooting victim upgraded

    WASHINGTON (AP) — One man is in serious condition after a triple shooting in the Shaw neighborhood of northwest Washington, but is expected to recover. Metropolitan police say one victim was transported Tuesday night to…

  • Three men injured in Northwest D.C. shooting

    WASHINGTON — Three men were hurt in a shooting Tuesday night in D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood. Police say the shooting happened around 9:45 p.m. at the intersection of 7th and L streets in Northwest All three…

  • D.C. do-not-drink order canceled

    WASHINGTON – DC Water says that the do-not-drink order has been lifted for the Shaw and Logan Circle neighborhood. Test results indicate that the petroleum substance is no longer in the water, the utility said…

  • 2nd body found at DC row house

    WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia police say they have found a partially buried body in the back yard of a row house in the Shaw neighborhood where a week-old corpse was discovered in an…

  • Snow-day beer? New brewery opens its doors in Shaw

    D.C. is welcoming yet another brewery to its growing list of sudsy hot spots. Right Proper Brewing Company opens in Shaw.

  • Solicitation for D.C.’s Parcel 42 nets hotel, housing bids

    The District\’s bid to finally redevelop a vacant
    17,008-square-foot parcel in Shaw has netted more
    than a half dozen
    responses that would seem to run the gamut from
    affordable housing
    to a hotel

  • Duke Ellington sculpture makes commute to D.C.

    A sculpture of jazz legend Duke Ellington that stands 20 feet tall will stand in front of the newly renovated Howard Theatre.