WTOP reporter Kate Ryan joins CW Harris Elementary School students on a biking adventure.
WASHINGTON — After hailing a taxicab this weekend, four men in Southeast D.C. punched, choked and robbed the driver, according to the victim. The attackers then tossed him into the trunk. The shocking attack, which…
To the displeasure of nearby residents, CSX has won Federal Highway Administration approval of a plan to rebuild and expand a 100-year-old freight railroad tunnel in Southeast.
Police are investigating the violent death of a 3-year-old boy in Southeast.
The building in Southeast is 11 years behind schedule.
Three men and one woman were shot early Monday in D.C.
A man and a woman were found dead on Thursday afternoon in an apartment in Southeast D.C., police say.
A D.C. man received a 20-year sentence for setting a man on fire at a Southeast apartment building in June.
WASHINGTON – A 3-year-old is in the hospital after a shooting in Southeast D.C. Thursday night. The Metropolitan Police Department says officers were called to the 2400 block of Elvans Road SE just after 6…
WASHINGTON (AP) – Metropolitan police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy in Southeast. Police say the boy was found shortly after 12:30 a.m. Sunday in the 2700 block of Langston Place, Southeast.…
Metropolitan police have released the identities
of two people killed in a fatal fire in Southeast
Washington earlier this week.
When he got the message that the Ballou High
School marching band had been selected for the
Inaugural Parade, director Darrell Watson was
floored – more than figuratively.
D.C. police have confirmed that Javon Foster, the
suspect in the fatal Metrobus shooting, was found
dead in New York of an apparent self-inflicted
Despite a $900,000 grant from the District and
owner Gary Cha\’s
best efforts to make a profit, Yes! Organic
Market — the local
chain of small, organic grocery stores —
plans to close its store
on Pennsylvania Avenue SE.
United Medical Center has imminent and long-term
problems as a result of Monday’s bombshell
revelation that the
District has been distributing too much federal
aid to the