If not for two spontaneous, subtle, impeccably-timed acts, the iconic phrase “I Have a Dream” delivered by Martin Luther King, Jr. on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial may have never been spoken. Walk back through history and relive Martin Luther King Jr.’s struggles and accomplishments.
UltimEyes gives the user a series of trains the brain to adapt to vision changes, just like the body exercises.
A bill that passed the Virginia State Assembly would give localities authority to create regulations for owning so-called wolf-dog hybrids.
The 5th Annual Car Show and Swap Meet opens this weekend and will benefit wounded servicemembers and their families in the D.C. area.
A stretch of northbound I-270 in Germantown has a 25-foot wall separating it from area homes. But it didn\’t protect several homeowners from rocks when snowblowers came through on Friday morning.
The Baltimore-Washington Parkway wasn\’t friendly to commuters Friday morning.
After the death of a six-year-old girl, fire officials are warning about the dangers of cords attached to window blinds.
Homeless men in the district were the guests of honor at a Super Bowl party held Sunday night at the Central Union Mission in Northwest D.C.
A bus driver from Waldorf has a smile that won\’t go away anytime soon now that he claimed a Mega Millions check for $1 million.
Using public transportation to get around on this Martin Luther King Jr. holiday could prove to be tricky.
A flyer has circulated to businesses in Prince George\’s County requiring a $25 fee for a fire inspection.
It was quite the nightmare this week for one local man: One minute he
was playing with his son\’s Springer Spaniel in the backyard; the next, he was
beating two pit bulls on the loose off of the family dog.
We don\’t know much about data brokers – the people who get and sell our personal information – but they know a lot about us.
Gun owners who wanted to get rid of their pistols, rifles, and semi-automatic weapons handed them over to Prince George\’s County Police Saturday, and in return were given gift cards.
Known for his role as a quiz show host, Mac McGarry loved baseball, music and good grammar. Now a scholarship fund has been created to honor the local legend.
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.