Last year, 23 cars were stolen on Black Friday alone in Virginia. Unfortunately, according to police, some people make their cars a more tempting target. Here are some tips to keep you and your car safe.
Many shoppers who wished to avoid Black Friday shopping made their way to the Holiday Market — open from now until Dec. 23 — as a more relaxed alternative.
Maryland lawmakers will consider legislation to help you lock identity thieves out of your credit.
Metro may soon consider a plan to put its money where its mouth is when it guarantees to get you to work on time.
With many making far less than regional counterparts and forced to work second jobs, Loudoun County educators are stating their case for better pay.
The Chair of the Virginia State Board of Corrections says that the state cannot arrest its way out of the opioid epidemic and that it’s time to start treating addiction like any other medical issue.
Filmmakers are petitioning to save the Samuel C. Johnson Imax theater in the Museum of Natural History, which the Smithsonian plans to replace with a cafeteria.
Liver cancer deaths are on the rise across the country, and especially in D.C. There will be an estimated 29,000 liver-cancer deaths this year, according to a recent American Cancer Society study.
Drivers with a tendency to speed on Interstate 95 and I-495 in Prince George’s County will need to start being a bit more careful. Maryland State Police will start issuing warnings beginning July 17.
Amusement park expert Pete Trabucco says to ride in confidence — the odds are in your favor.
A new study suggests that your medical record privacy can be more at risk depending on the hospital and medical group you choose.
The opening of MGM National Harbor brought with it a lot of jobs, and for some, what they hope will be very prosperous new careers for the New Year and beyond.
Donations to the D.C. Salvation Army’s red kettle is down 15 percent from last year. Will this last week before the holidays help them catch up?
It seems appropriate it was an evening dreary, while we pondered some eyes bleary over the passing of a man who was a master of poetic lore …
While D.C. hasn\’t banned plastic bags, like California just did, charging for them is proving effective.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.