A majority of the 13-member D.C. Council is now calling for Chancellor Antwan Wilson to resign after he disclosed that he circumvented the school-lottery process to transfer his child to another high school.
Despite complaints from people with disabilities, D.C. does not plan to allow more riders to use subsidized taxis instead of MetroAccess paratransit service.
A D.C. lawmaker is putting the final touches on legislation that would change how homes are rented when homeowners are on vacation.
Loudoun County gained more residents in 2016 than D.C., Montgomery County or Prince William County and remains one of the fastest-growing counties in the country, according to new Census estimates released this week.
D.C. may join jurisdictions that regulate businesses such as Airbnb under a proposal offered to the city council Tuesday.
Those who live near the McMillan Reservoir on North Capitol Street in Northeast D.C. are excited the site is finally being transformed, but a pending lawsuit over bidding for the job is halting the process.
Ward 5 Councilman Kenyan McDuffie thinks defibrillators are an important tool for safety in the District; his law mandates one in every District school and expands the number of people who have to be trained in CPR.
There’s a new resource for crime victims in D.C., but even as the city launches it, one councilman is concerned about the funding that supports victim services.
A D.C. crime prevention bill that got attention for promising to pay criminals to stay out of trouble has now passed the City Council.
Kenyan McDuffie says that some of the concerns about baseline medical training in the medical director’s resignation letter deserve a hard deadline.
After D.C.’s outgoing medical director described its Fire and Emergency Medical Response Department as a “toxic” culture that needs changes from the top down, D.C. Council heard from her and other cities on what can be done to improve the department.
WASHINGTON — A major pivot on police body camera videos would allow the public much greater access to interactions with law enforcement. D.C.’s plan, still a work in progress, would draw a distinction between videos…
WASHINGTON — A showdown is looming in the District over the use of police body-worn cameras and the question of whether the cameras’ video should be made public. A D.C. Council public hearing Thursday will help lawmakers decide on policies…
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