Animal control officers captured the animal, and it was promptly euthanized. Lab testing confirmed the animal had indeed been host to the rabies virus.
The wines were created as part of a collaboration with nonprofit DC Vote, an organization dedicated to the issue of D.C. statehood.
Tim Burton’s cult movie classic just got adapted for the stage with a macabre musical just in time for Halloween.
“He fought on Iwo Jima, so I was particularly intrigued by the Marine Corps Marathon not because I was in the marines but because my dad was,” Jimmy Magee said, describing his reason for running in this year’s Marine Corps Marathon.
Community members who support strict regulations for short term rentals in D.C. asked lawmakers on Monday to approve a proposal they believe will protect neighborhoods and affordable housing in the city.
The Archdiocese of Washington has voluntarily released the names of more than two dozen former clergy members credibly accused of sexually abusing minors Thursday, going back as far as 70 years as part of an ordered review.
A woman died Sunday evening after being attacked by a dog in Southeast D.C. It happened just before 6:30 p.m. inside a home on Dexter Terrace near the Barry Farm neighborhood.
Orkin’s annual list is based on the number of new rodent treatments performed in metro areas over the past 12 months. In 2017, Washington ranked as the fifth-rattiest city in the nation.
A bill set to be introduced to the city council in the nation’s capital would give the mayor, council chair and city attorney general each $20,000 raises.
“Drivers are paying attention and figuring out which lanes are open,” said Park Service spokeswoman Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles. “There are barrels directing cars into lanes as well.”
Garson Kanin’s political screwball comedy debuted on Broadway in 1946. Now, you have just a week left to catch “Born Yesterday” before it wraps at Ford’s Theatre.
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.
“It’s Academic” has been challenging the smarts of local high school students since 1961. It was hailed the longest running TV quiz show by Guinness World Records in 2003, and has had former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer as contestants.
Folks streamed through the H Street Corridor, walking on lanes that usually usher cars and over rails that guide street cars, all to the sounds of music from DJs, drums and the lilts and tones of hundreds of lively conversations in this year’s H Street Festival.
The proliferation of smartphones and social media have provided more avenues for online predators to target children. In the WTOP series, “Preventing Online Predators,” WTOP goes behind the screen with undercover detectives who work to identify and track down child predators on the internet and speaks to a family about how their teen daughter was targeted.