The D.C. area has seen less than a third of the amount of snow it normally gets at this time of the winter. How bad has it been, and what’s behind it?
Since October, hundreds of the birds have been calling the Village at Shirlington home, leaving sidewalks, awnings and vehicles covered in droppings.
On the anniversary of one of the DC area’s largest snowstorms on record, here’s how it compares with the region’s other big storms.
Maryland State Police responded to over 300 crashes on a cold morning when Interstate 70 was described as “a sheet of ice.”
A severe drought was declared for the greater Washington D.C. metro area as one of the driest Januaries on record came to a close.
Tolls went from $15 to $26 as responders worked the evening rush hour incident near Braddock Road.
The recent temperature swings have created conditions that AAA says are “perfect for forming and weaponizing potholes.”
The region’s unusually dry winter is getting worse and the National Drought Monitor declared all of Stafford County and the Fredericksburg area in a severe drought Thursday.
A long section of the Clara Barton Parkway is closed for emergency roadwork Wednesday morning, and that the closure could extend through one or both rush hours.
A highway-safety advocacy group has ranked all 50 states and D.C. Maryland, Virginia and the District got very different assessments; find out where they fell.
Hundreds of drivers were ticketed and arrested for speeding, reckless driving and drug and weapons offenses on D.C.-area parkways late in 2017, including nearly 12 dozen drivers who were cited for driving over 90 mph.
Wednesday’s snow is not likely to dent the worsening drought conditions. Average temperatures this winter are a few degrees below the 30-year average.
The first wild temperature swings of the season have created a fertile breeding ground for potholes on many D.C.-area roads. Area highway officials said they’re on the case; find out what they’re doing about the problem.
Maryland transportation officials are looking ahead to the upcoming onslaught of summer beach traffic through Annapolis: The multimillion-dollar widening of the Severn River Bridge is on track to be completed by Memorial Day.
The recent cold spell has coaxed throngs of Washingtonians out of hibernation and onto the frozen Chesapeake & Ohio Canal in ice skates. But is it safe?
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.