D.C. United soccer star Wayne Rooney mixed prescription sleeping tablets and alcohol before his arrest last month at Dulles International Airport, his agent says.
Almost eight months after a dramatic flash flood swept through Old Ellicott City for the second time in two years, a major repair project is underway near Main Street to prevent another deadly deluge.
Photographs in a prosecution motion depicts evidence that could be used in activist and actress Rose McGowan’s upcoming cocaine possession trial in Virginia.
Two high-profile Virginia murder cases, in which victims’ remains were never found, have some similarities but there is one major difference: a confession.
Prosecutors in Maryland’s Prince George’s County dropped charges against the second man who was charged with attempted murder after a pregnant woman was set on fire.
After months of stalemate, the group operating the Claude Moore Colonial Farm in McLean, Virginia, was unable to reach an agreement with the National Park Service.
“You are required to remove all temporary, movable improvements and personal property, including livestock, porta-potties, and property in the pavilion area,” wrote Blanca Alvarez Stransky, acting superintendent of the National Park Service.
Dylan Mahone of Annandale pleaded guilty to spray-painting racist graffiti on both the center and a church as well as to posting anti-Semitic fliers on a community college campus last year.
An ESPN investigation of food-safety inspections at professional baseball, football, basketball and hockey venues determined Nationals Park and FedEx Field ranked among those with the highest violation rates in the country.
A judge on Thursday ordered the Rev. Urbano Vazquez, a D.C. priest accused of sexually abusing parishioners, to remain in a local jail cell until trial despite an offer from a robed friar to ensure Vazquez would have no contact with children at the Pittsburgh-area friary where he had been staying.
Last week, immigration officials ordered a 40-year-old mother of three to return to her native El Salvador. But Rosa Gutierrez Lopez, who fled from El Salvador in 2005, was granted sanctuary in a Bethesda, Maryland church.
Charging documents allege a D.C. Catholic priest — charged with sexual misconduct with three parishioners — preyed on the fears of an 11-year-old-girl and sexually abused her for an entire year.
For the parents of newly-commissioned U.S. Army Lieutenant Richard Collins III, the pain hasn’t stopped since he was stabbed to death May 20, 2017, while visiting University of Maryland — and the possibility of more delays makes matters worse.
The Rev. Urbano Vazquez is accused of inappropriately touching three teenage parishioners in May 2015 at the church. So far he’s been charged with one count.
Thirty years after the release of a groundbreaking book about D.C.’s hardcore punk scene, its author says some of the messages are as resonant today as when the book first came out.
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.