The man who was shot after kicking his way through two glass doors into the lobby of Fox 5 has been ordered held without bond, after a judge found probable cause in his burglary case.
The man who was shot by a security guard inside a local television station had previously sent threatening emails to Fox 5, according to prosecutors.
The man who was shot by a security guard after kicking his way through two plexiglass doors at Fox 5’s D.C. television station Monday has a history of filing “irrational” lawsuits — including one that alleged he had a microchip implanted in his head that controlled his thoughts and actions.
Police have charged a 38-year-old man with second-degree burglary after he broke into the Fox 5 news station Monday afternoon and was shot by a security officer.
WASHINGTON — A D.C. boy choked on Friday and the response to the incident is being called into question after dispatchers failed to send help from the closest station. A boy choked on a grape at…
WASHINGTON — Two young children were left alone in a car on Saturday afternoon while their parents attended a private wine tasting at a D.C. restaurant. Gwen Crump with D.C. Metropolitan Police Department says police…
The first firefighter to be told that Cecil Mills had collapsed across the street from a station in Northeast was a 19-year-old cadet who had never been told what to do if someone walked into the station in person looking for assistance.
Montgomery County Public Schools is looking into what led a school bus driver to drop off a 7-year-old boy at the wrong spot Monday, causing him to be stranded in Laurel for several hours.
A church in Virginia faces a potentially staggering financial loss after criminals targeted the house of worship last week.
A brawl Friday afternoon at the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro station in downtown D.C. involved a large crowd of young people and led to a handful of arrests, authorities say.
A local sports anchor is leaving the Washington market to head back home.
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.