When Kora Findler knew the Caps needed a win to clinch the Metropolitan Division Thursday, she decided to bring them a little luck by wearing the costume she made for Halloween to the game.
You may remember this highway safety campaign: “55 saves lives.” Well, a new study suggests new speed limits of 65, 75 and 80 mph do not.
Gone is the requirement to use clear plastic bags. Last season fans had to place clutch bags or a small purse in a clear plastic bag to bring it into Audi Field.
D.C. millennials will spend on average $727, above the national average of $658. As they shop millennials say they want to make their purchases count, meaning they favor stores that share their values and promote diversity.
A new survey of teachers sponsored by the Maryland State Education Association finds that 91 percent of teachers in Maryland use their own money for classroom supplies. In addition, more than 40 percent have a second job to make ends meet.
Work on the Brandywine Road Bridge has had to stop several times since July because of the wet weather, according to the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration.
A referee from Oklahoma is blowing the whistle on parents who act out and even start fights at their kids’ games. He is using social media video to highlight a troubling trend.
The students, connected to Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Annandale, collected more than 10,000 pounds of corn, which will go to the St. Lucy Project.
Residents in Howard County, Maryland, may see calmer traffic between 8560 Main Street and 8611 Main Street in Ellicott City’s west end, after officials begin a traffic calming project Monday.
D.C. police are seeking the public’s help in locating an 18-year-old connected to the January homicide of a 16-year-old in Northeast.
Customers could not add value to their accounts online, yet their bank accounts were still charged. One couple told a Richmond TV station that they were charged almost $2,000. Refunds have been issued to all affected, a VDOT spokeswoman said.
The six firefighters being awarded received a call from a woman who said her house was on fire and her children were trapped by smoke and heat on the second floor.
Virginia’s longest serving state lawmaker has died. Lacey Putney, an independent from Bedford County, who chaired the powerful budget-writing committee, was 89.
After a series of run-ins with teenagers and others abusing Scott’s Run Nature Preserve in Fairfax County, the police are getting more involved.
National Zoo officials say he’s an avid climber and loves eating bamboo, growing much bigger than his older brother was at his age.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.