Meet Skyler Raiyn Johnson, an accomplished seamstress from Gainesville, Virginia with her sights set on sewing for Beyoncé. Oh, by the way, she’s still in sixth grade.
When you’re shopping for a car and know exactly what you want, you may have to pick up the phone to get the best price, according to a local consumers’ group.
Alexandria has approved a special “drug treatment court” within the city’s criminal justice system, which would allow offenders to plead guilty, stay out of jail, and get help with their addiction.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers in District Court agreed Officer 1st Class Ryan Macklin, 29, would remain in custody until a bond hearing Oct. 26. He’s pleaded not guilty; charging documents released say he told the woman “to drive behind a nearby store.”
The initiative approved by voters in June would have raised minimum base pay for tipped workers to standard minimum wage over a period of time.
Police are looking for a truck used to haul an automated teller machine from the Vienna Metro station in Virginia. See photos.
Community members who support strict regulations for short term rentals in D.C. asked lawmakers on Monday to approve a proposal they believe will protect neighborhoods and affordable housing in the city.
The southernmost portion of the historic C&O Canal is a step closer to realizing its former glory in D.C. On Thursday, big wooden gates that eventually will manage water flow between locks 3 and 4 in Georgetown were added. See photos and video.
Pour your own beer, new food kiosks and self-serve concession stands are among upgrades and renovations unveiled this week at Capital One Arena downtown. See photos and video.
“We should get vaccinated now. The best time is certainly before October 31,” said Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health.
The Draken Harald Hårfagre will be docked at The Wharf’s Transit Pier, along D.C.’s Southwest waterfront, through Oct. 15.
Residents displaced by fire from the Arthur Capper Senior Apartments in D.C. lunched on Thursday with members of the community who helped with evacuations, first responders and city agency staff helping with the problems that the fire has caused.
Conditions are ripe for a colorful fall foliage season, but a Virginia Tech tree expert notes some bright sunny days are needed to coax out the best displays that include red.
“Some of us standing here could have been one of these flags but for an intervention,” says one veteran. In all, 5,520 postcard-size flags were planted on a patch of grass between the Washington Monument and 15th Street to represent veteran suicides occurring in 2018 through Wednesday.
Initiative 77, which eliminated the separate minimum wage for tipped workers in the District, was overturned Tuesday by a vote of the D.C. Council.