Will the recent string of warm days mean we get to see the cherry blossoms bloom earlier this year? The National Park Service said it depends.
More D.C. officials are calling for Chancellor Antwan Wilson to step aside after the announcement that he violated policy, bypassing the school lottery system to benefit his own child.
Visitors can tour Frederick Douglass’ home and the Frederick Douglass National Historic site in Anacostia to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.
The bobcat that was hit by a car and was stuck in its grill for 50 miles last year on Thanksgiving has finally recovered and will be released after the hunting season.
On display at the National Portrait Gallery is a haunting portrait of Abraham Lincoln. The “cracked-plate” photo was the last studio portrait taken of the 16th president. The museum is also celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Dr. Carter G. Woodson dedicated his life to the research and preservation of African-American History. Visit his D.C. home in the Shaw neighborhood during Black History Month.
The opioid crisis continues its death march across the country and in the D.C. area. In one week in December, five people died in Fairfax County from opioids. Find out what the county is doing to fight back.
Mike Arthur, the owner of Wingo’s in Georgetown, was “Lord of the Wings” on Super Bowl Sunday. See photos and video of the restaurant’s bustle as they churned out tens of thousands of the Super Bowl food staple.
Firefighters went door-to-door Saturday in Rockville to talk to neighbors about fire safety and check for working smoke alarms following an apartment fire that left 60 people displaced.
A dreary Monday turned into a joyful family reunion complete with tears and yogurt at an elementary school in Stafford County. See video as the Army dad of a local fourth grader surprised his daughter Monday at a school assembly, home after a six-month deployment to Afghanistan.
A month after a carjacking suspect rammed into a minivan and seriously injured 12-year-old Amran Djama, she continues to heal while her family’s hospital bills continue to mount.
Montgomery County school officials are warning parents that someone has been asking middle school students to send nude selfies on Snapchat, a popular social media and messaging platform.
Check out the photos and videos from this year’s Polar Bear Plunge, the 22nd year it’s been organized by Maryland State police. It benefits Special Olympics Maryland and its athletes.
During a government shutdown, the organizations trying to help others also face uncertainty as budgets deplete and less people donate.
Interstate 81 is known as an accident plagued road, but one Virginia lawmaker thinks tolling truck drivers on the road and using that revenue could make the highway safer.