Hundreds of students marched through the streets of D.C. on Thursday, in the second installment of a region-wide walkout from classes by young people demanding a comprehensive solution to gun violence, especially in schools.
A 15-year-old male faces a first degree murder charge in the death of 23-year-old Jamal Kwame Crump on Feb. 27. He had not been publicly named as of Friday morning.
Road work scheduled Tuesday for a portion of Clara Barton Parkway has been postponed for a later date.
Look for it to turn very breezy Monday, with more cold weather expected. “Temperatures for the first full week of March will be running about 15 to 20 degrees colder than average,” said Chuck Bell, a Storm Team 4 meteorologist.
Frederick County and areas in Maryland closer to the Pennsylvania border are areas that may still see some accumulations, said NBC Washington meteorologist Somara Theodore. Locations closer to the District may still see some rain and possibly sleet going into the overnight hours.
A low pressure system racing northward through the Carolinas will bring alternating rounds of rain and snow to the D.C. region from late Sunday morning into the overnight hours on Monday. Here’s what you need to know.
Moco Students for Change has detailed plans for a sequel to last year’s protest, which saw thousands of D.C.-area students leave classes for a march in the shadow of the Capitol.
The D.C. police said Joshua Artis, 29, of Woodbridge, Virginia, was taken into custody on Monday.
Hang tough and hold on to your hats, D.C.: The area will finally get some relief this evening from the repeated blasts of chilly wind. A high wind advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. Gusts could reach up to 55 mph. It follows what has been a rowdy start to the work week. Gusts of up to 60 mph knocked out power for thousands, and downed trees and wires blocked roadways.
Sunday might be warm, but strong winds and a risk for isolated power outages are gearing up to make the start of the week a less than ideal respite from winter weather. The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for much for of the WTOP listening area, with gusts up to 50 miles per hour possible through Monday morning. Here’s what you need to know.
First responders rescued one adult woman from the home, and a second resident escaped to safety on their own. A second resident, reported to be the woman’s daughter, escaped the fire and was found safe in a neighboring home.
A winter weather system has the region locked in its crosshairs. Winter storm warnings and advisories are posted for the region, with snow, sleet, freeing rain and rain all in the mix through Wednesday evening. Here’s what to expect.
There’s good news for Washingtonians: Forecast guidance has shifted faster and further to the south, leaving anything measurable well to the south of the D.C. area.
President Donald Trump declared a national emergency for the southern border on Friday morning, in an attempt to siphon off additional funding for a wall. Watch or listen to the speech live.
The week began with sleet, freezing rain and snow around the D.C. area, resulting in school closings and delays as well as messy morning traffic on Monday. Tuesday will begin with more misery, but the worst of it will be confined to parts north and west of the District. Here’s what you need to know.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.