Hundreds of bikers gathered for the 32nd annual Rolling Thunder ride on Sunday. While the event is usually somber, this ride was especially so, as it marked the final time the ride would roll through D.C.
The Public Safety Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Program allows public safety agencies to use drones in assessing such situations as flood damage, hazardous materials responses, search and rescue, and crash reconstruction.
Prepare your ear plugs, Alexandria residents. The Metro shutdown is coming, and one city official warns that things could get loud.
On Monday, Olivia’s family filed a notice of claim under the Maryland Tort Claims Act to Maryland Treasurer Nancy Kopp and U. Md. President Wallace Loh, laying the groundwork for a possible lawsuit against the university.
The WMATA Summer Platform Improvement Project is set to begin next weekend. Alexandria officials went before the City Council on Saturday to provide a final update on the project before construction and share more details about how commuters are likely to be impacted.
Black residents in the District are disproportionately arrested for minor violations, despite making up less than half of the population, according to a study by two watchdog groups.
The family of a Maryland woman who went missing May 8 in Hawaii while out jogging on a hiking trail in the Makawao Forest Reserve is now hoping new information about the timeline of her disappearance will help bring her home.
According to the latest Washington Post-Schar School poll, a majority of D.C.-area and Montgomery County residents (61%) back the proposal. But, in Prince George’s County, that number drops to 48%.
A 24-year-old Marine from the D.C. area was training at Camp Pendleton in California when he was injured during a training exercise involving an overturned light armored vehicle.
After restoring one of D.C.’s most historic buildings, Apple has opened the doors to its latest store, Apple Carnegie Library on Mount Vernon Square. See photos.
She was struck at least once in the head, and was pronounced dead at the scene by first responders. Police say a possible motive for the shooting is still under investigation
From the classroom to the national stage, a music teacher from Bowie, Maryland, got a chance to compete on “Jeopardy!” recently.
An undercover prostitution sting in Howard County, Maryland, led to the arrest of four men as county officials work to combat sex trafficking and similar crimes.
The memorial service honored officer Jacob Chestnut and detective John M. Gibson, both shot and killed inside the Capitol in 1998. It also honored Sgt. Christopher Eney, who died in 1984, and Sgt. Clinton Holtz, who died in 2014.
Hundreds gathered in a town hall to voice concern and outrage over Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s plans to expand parts of Interstate 270 and the Capital Beltway. Project transparency, impact on wildlife and homeowners, and the need for more environmentally friendly transit options were reasons residents said the project concerned them. Hogan responded on Twitter, calling the town hall attendees “pro-traffic” activists.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.