A walk to remember at least 10 pedestrians who were killed while crossing or walking along D.C.’s streets this year endured the cold, slush and rain Thursday night.
The D.C. Council voted Tuesday night to take more time and look at a piece of legislation, which would still face obstacles even if members do approve it.
Amazon’s selection of northern Virginia as the future home of half of its second headquarters is expected to have a dramatic impact on the area’s housing market as the company brings thousands of employees to the region.
A year after a graduation scandal rocked D.C. public schools, the school system ended the 2017-2018 school year with graduation rates much higher than it expected at the halfway mark.
Elections officials in Prince George’s County, Maryland, are admitting that more than a dozen polling sites in the county saw long delays Tuesday for voters because they were stocked with too few ballots.
Allie Bobak — with the help of school counselor Sandra Montgomery, Maribel Vargus, the school’s assistant principal, and others — worked to save the man who had a close connection to the school.
The mother of the 23-year-old woman who was shot and killed in 2004 urges other parents of victims whose cases have gone cold to “never give up hope” that justice will come.
D.C. voters could be weighing in on Initiative 77 again at the ballot box if some supporters of the measure are successful in garnering signatures of support for the referendum.
A lot of motorists in Maryland continue to make the dangerous decision to pass school buses which are stopped to pick up children. Here’s the good news and bad news about this issue.
Ford is bringing the testing of autonomous vehicles to Washington D.C. and in an agreement, the automaker plans to educate and employ DC residents in the emerging industry.
Prosecutors say between 2010 and 2013, Robert Leach, 33, of Silver Spring, groomed and then abused the seventh and eighth grade girls while he was a math teacher at Meridian Public Charter school in D.C.
Crystal Mebane McGinty, 58, according the United States Attorney’s Office in Maryland, never notified the Social Security Administration or her mother’s former Employer, the State of New York, that her mother died of natural causes in June 2005.
Police arrested Phillip Peoples, 20, of Suitland, Maryland, and charged him with second degree murder in the Sept. 24 hit and run crash.
Many residents holding signs which read “Don’t widen 270 & 495,” and even a person in a dinosaur costume, gathered at a meeting presented by Maryland transportation officials.
A D.C. firefighter was found guilty by a jury in Prince George’s County of second-degree murder in what prosecutors called a case of vigilante justice.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.