Metro leaders took their case for higher fares and reduced service to area leaders Wednesday. The changes are proposed as part of Metro’s upcoming budget and could take effect in July.
A Sterling man who tried to join the Islamic State group and talked about carrying out an attack on military members was sentenced to 11 years in prison by a federal judge Friday.
A measure that gives second chances to younger offenders who commit violent crimes is now being debated amid calls for change.
A man responsible for the death of a young child he was baby-sitting has been sentenced to 20 years in prison by a judge in Prince George’s County.
An already-crowded school Prince William County school system is expecting another spike in enrollment next year.
D.C. transit leaders are backing off a proposal that would impose a $1,000 fine for driving more than 25 mph over the speed limit, but a new proposal could still leave drivers with a whopper of a bill.
A local teacher is being honored for her work in getting students interested in science.
Among the new tech on display at the 2017 Washington Auto Show: Systems making it easier to link up your smartphone to your car’s dash display, and parent-friendly tech that lets you track teen driving behavior and even keep the stereo from blasting too loudly.
A Maryland man who was convicted of raping his sleeping neighbor at knifepoint has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2015 home invasion and sexual assault.
Virginia’s attorney general is pushing for changes to the state’s hate crime law following a rise in hate crimes and what he calls a major philosophical shift in Washington following the presidential election.
In 2016, a record 3,391 guns were discovered in carry-on bags at checkpoints across the country, a 28 percent increase over the previous year.
Thanks to social media, the secretive facility that monitors airport security for the nation could help you problem-solve your next trip.
The D.C. Auditor said the big bill for responding to the snowstorm was partly the result of contractors overcharging the city and other violations of federal procurement law.
Metro is sitting on some very choice properties in Montgomery County, and a council member said selling them could solve the rail system’s money and ridership woes.
Sinistral Brewing Company plans to open its 3,500 square foot brewery this summer, complete with a taproom and beer garden on Main Street in historic downtown Manassas.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.