A hackathon at George Mason University brought together techies and tech companies, federal agencies, experts and others to try to find solutions to human trafficking.
Hundreds of students and parents gathered in Rockville, Maryland, Sunday to talk about healthy relationships and learn different ways to prevent teen dating violence at the Choose Respect conference at Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville.
One person has been killed in a multiple vehicle crash in Bowie, Maryland.
Scholarship search service Scholly is starting a fund specifically for Howard University students affected by the misappropriation of financial aid funds.
Concerned citizens and a local organization are banding together for the second year in a row to eliminate school meal debt for Loudoun County public school students.
They’ve been around almost nine years, but the Free State Roller Derby has had a recent growth spurt. This is the first time the Montgomery County-based women’s roller derby league has had enough players to have an intra-league game.
Thousands of shoes will be part of an installation on the Capitol grounds Tuesday to represent the victims of gun violence since the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre. Here’s how you can donate.
The southbound lanes of Interstate 95 have reopened after being closed since Friday due to a sign that began to lean due to record winds on Friday. Crews removed the Potomac Mills sign on Sunday.
Storm Team 4 Meteorologist Matt Ritter said the National Weather Service has not reported sustained winds this strong since Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Folks in the D.C. area still have an opportunity to celebrate the newly released “Black Panther” movie with a trip to Wakanda — in the form of the Enter Wakanda pop-up bar.
Peter Wang was gunned down in Florida’s school shooting last week after holding the door open to help other people escape. Now there’s a White House petition for the 15-year-old to receive a full honors military burial to recognize his ultimate sacrifice.
“There’s a maternal health crisis in our city, especially if you look east and west,” said D.C. Council member Charles Allen, of Ward 6.
A painting, by 17-year-old Schuyler Workmaster, will be featured on the windshields of more than a 160,000 cars throughout Arlington County after she won this year’s Decal Design Competition.
No other students were hurt in the Monday evening incident. Authorities are asking for the public’s help in making an arrest.
Two weekend sewer spills sent WSSC crews to Rockville and Fort Washington to contain the wastewater. WSSC officials still don’t know what caused the spills.