A woman in D.C. says her calls for help went unanswered in D.C. after an attempted robbery.
Police in D.C. are asking the public for help finding an 11-year-old boy.
18-year-old gets 4 years in prison for stealing dog at gunpoint in Washington
Next fall, a local university's sports teams will play on a newly designed gym floor, which will feature several familiar landmarks.
Southwest Airlines announced new nonstop daily service from Reagan National Airport to Houston.
The District of Columbia has awarded $1.7 billion in tax breaks to developers in the past decade, and more than a third of that total has gone to 10 developers that donated the most to city politicians' campaigns over that time.
Cicadas have started to emerge and will be making quite a racket in the coming weeks.
On Sunday, boats with dragon heads at the bow and large, furiously paddling crews took over the Potomac River once again, as the Dragon Boat League came to the District for the 12th year.
Efforts that could literally change the landscape of the nation's capital are under way.
Robert Griffin III and future bride Rebecca Liddicoat are set. Fans have bought everything on their Bed, Bath & Beyond wedding registry, prompting RG3 to send a great big Twitter shoutout
Charges will be dropped against a D.C. man who used an unregistered handgun to kill a pit bull that was mauling a child.
Metro adds weekly short-trip pass to SmarTrip cards, discontinues paper short-trip pass
Baltimore Gas and Electric's request for a rate hike would add 4 percent to electric bills and 4 percent to natural gas bills.
Police: 21-year-old dies after fatal shooting in northeast Washington
Thousands of unmarked graves are buried beneath a local park, and one group wants to make sure they aren't forgotten.
Man fatally shot inside DC apartment not far from Anacostia Metro station
With the D.C. primary less than a year away, a second candidate made it official on Saturday, as Ward 6 Council member Tommy Wells told a crowd of supporters in the rain, "I am officially running to be mayor of our great city, Washington, D.C."
A student at Ballou High School in Southeast D.C. maced a peer on Friday afternoon in an incident school officials believe was a result of a previous neighborhood dispute, WJLA-TV reports.
Two people have been sentenced to prison in the kidnapping and slaying of a teenager in 2010.