A beloved holiday tradition celebrating its 96th year running, the lighting will be held Nov. 28 at the Ellipse at President’s Park at the White House.
Issues began with the website and phone system on Friday, Oct. 12. The phone system issues were resolved around 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 15, but the website is still not operational.
The state of Maryland has sought judicial review in the U.S. Court of Appeals regarding the EPA’s decision to deny Maryland’s Clean Air Act relief petition, according to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh.
Police are unsure of what caused Hugh Anthony Clarke’s crash into the median, but they do know that he then got out of his car and started walking in the left lane of the road.
According to Popsugar, the expected release is “Winter/Spring 2019,” and the flavors are being released as new version of the contest M&M’s held last year to find a new “Crunchy” variety flavor.
Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld said preparations for the storm started a few days ago, just in case the storm ended up hitting the District.
The Oct. 28 race starts in and ends in Arlington, Virginia, and takes runners across the Potomac and into the District.
While not quite record-breaking – the largest fibroid to be removed from a living person weighed around 100 pounds – this tumor was still classified as “giant” by weight standards.
Early Monday morning, a pedestrian walking in travel lane two of Branch Avenue southbound was struck and killed by a car.
A suspected wanted in connection to a Maryland homicide was captured in Virginia after a chase that included a crash in a tunnel.
Police in Jessup, Maryland were called to a report of a man acting erratically in a hotel lobby. First responders were met with a handgun.
For the upcoming academic year, Montgomery Co. schools are adding a new mandatory drill: training for active shooter situations.
His funeral will take place on Saturday, July 28, at 11 a.m. at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Maryland. Watch it here live.
The D.C. Department of Health has confirmed that an American University graduate student has tested positive for tuberculosis, which spreads from person to person through the air.
The owner of a local tree service company brought his bucket truck to the scene, where rescuers were able to bring the osprey down from the tree and remove the fishing line that had it trapped.