An early morning shooting left a man and a woman dead in Southwest D.C. on Sunday. Police are still looking for a suspect.
The deaths of two people found dead following a two-alarm house fire in Southeast D.C. on Saturday morning have been ruled homicides by D.C. police.
The lights on the National Christmas Tree flickered on and off Sunday as the National Park Service assessed damage to the tree. The hope is that the lights will be on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.
As a city that is uniquely intertwined with federal services, the effects of a shutdown can be felt in D.C. more strongly than most other cities. However, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that the District remained committed to keeping the city functioning normally throughout a government shutdown.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Saturday he’d declared an emergency to help state agencies prepare for a storm that’s expected to hit hard the southern part of the state.
Around 200 people were without water Saturday after a water main break forced a temporary water shutoff near College Gardens Elementary School in Rockville, Maryland. Water service has since been restored.
The funeral procession for former President George H.W. Bush will close a number of roads across the Metropolitan area on Wednesday as the late president’s body is brought to the National Cathedral for services.
According to Alexandria police, officers were responding to reports of gunshots in the 1000 block of Vernon Street, just north of Old Town, when they came across a suspect with a gun. The suspect was shot and taken to a nearby hospital.
Gift-giving holidays are right around the corner and “Toy Guy” Chris Byrne offers up some tips for figuring out what your kids would enjoy opening the most.
What does an early November snowfall tell us about the winter ahead? If history is any teacher, the region could be in for an interesting season.
Amazon listed Virginia Tech’s $1 billion investment to build an “innovation campus” aimed at bringing in more graduate students in tech-focused fields of study. So what is all that money going to build?
Around D.C., Maryland and Virginia, voters cast ballots in one of the more consequential midterm elections in memory, as several key races — some with national implications — finally closed in on the finish line.
A man posing as a driver of a vehicle for hire sexually assaulted another man who thought he was getting into a commercial vehicle.
The report states that while both Wilson and Niles appeared to act with a desire to follow the rules of the lottery system and avoid preferential treatment, their actions still led to the rules being bypassed.
Should consumers be wary of these modern timesavers, such as Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa? A tech expert discusses the pros and cons of these devices and how they can become pervasive in your daily life.
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.