The father of a talented fifth grade student who attended D.C.’s Sidwell Friends School hopes to keep his son’s legacy alive. Alex Arrow said his son, Kieran Shafritz de Zoysa, was finishing up studies abroad in Sri Lanka when the bombs went off Easter Sunday.
The 23-year-old was arrested after an employee found her inside the Fredericksburg facility early Thursday. The naked woman told the employee she was trespassing “and subsequently fired her,” authorities said.
The Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run and 5K Run-Walk brought thousands of runners from around the country to the Tidal Basin near the National Mall.
Traffic was slow on eastbound I-66 following the crashes just before 6 p.m. near the intersection with Virginia Route 123 in Fairfax County. Traffic is proceeding around the incident site, but it’s crawling, WTOP traffic reporter Bob Marbourg said.
One week after an overturned tanker caused a nightmarish commute around D.C., another big incident on the Beltway caused headaches Thursday afternoon. Traffic had been stopped due to a tractor trailer crash and fire near Exit 173 in Alexandria.
In January, the Lusby, Maryland, woman pleaded guilty to giving nonpublic information about pending contracts to a business owner in exchange for money, sports tickets, designer bags and other bribes.
The moment that many Nationals fans dreaded came Tuesday: Bryce Harper’s returned to Nats Park … in a Phillies uniform. Here’s how fans reacted.
The Washington Wizards have “relieved” Ernie Grunfeld of his duties as president. He has been in Washington since 2003 as the team’s head executive.
The Credit Union Cherry Blossom Kids Run is set for Saturday morning in downtown D.C. Here are the streets that will be closed to traffic and parking for the event.
As Washington’s Top News marks 50 years of all news on the radio, some of the journalists who helped make it what it is today are looking back at their experiences and at the stories that have touched the nation’s capital.
Complicating the situation: That truck is leaking fuel. The cleanup will last into the night, Fairfax County authorities said. Between 100 and 200 gallons actually leaked out, but none of it got into the Potomac River.
The boy, who at one point was trapped under the car, died shortly after being taken to a hospital. His parents reportedly were close by when the crash happened.
The collision occurred close to DuVal High School on Good Luck Road just after 11:50 a.m. Prince George’s County authorities are “guardedly optimistic” that the seriously injured students will survive.
No your eyes did not deceive you. That really was a boat on the Capital Beltway on Monday afternoon. See photos.
Earlier, Fairfax County firefighters had said there were hoarding conditions in and around the home in McLean. It was unknown whether there were working smoke detectors in the two-story house.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.