A pedestrian was killed and four people are in the hospital after a driver in a van sped through two miles of road in the area around Benning Road and East Capitol Street SE on Friday night, ABC7 reports.
Bike lanes are intended to give cyclists a clearly defined area in which to move. The painted lanes also indicate to drivers that they can expect to see bike traffic in the area.
A committee of Metro's board has approved a ban on smoking at its bus stops, bus shelters and bus bays.
The District of Columbia's delegate to Congress is gearing up to run for a 13th term.
A program at MedStar Washington Hospital Center is delivering care to D.C.'s most vulnerable population.
Probe confirms tactical unit ordered away from Navy Yard rampage, says decision was reasonable
TCU names College of Communication after CBS 'Face the Nation' host Bob Schieffer
Senators: Just 5 people have enrolled in health insurance plans through new DC exchange
Florida family of Navy Yard shooting victim files claim with military and VA seeking $37.5M
WTOP anchor Hillary Howard will be hosting her third season of Washington D.C. game show "It's Academic."
2 new candidates enter crowded DC mayoral field; incumbent Vincent Gray still undecided
Many commuters may have noticed fewer people using public transportation during the partial government shutdown -- and Metro says it felt the difference, too.
We may share a name, but I have to admit I never felt any real connection to Paula Abdul. That is, until now.
Too many of us remain painfully unaware of the danger posed by earphones and their modern offspring: earbuds. And we can learn from the mistakes of some of rock's greatest legends.
A man was found dead near a Southeast D.C. elementary school early Friday morning following an exchange of gunfire.
Are you stuck in traffic? Believe it or not, a new survey from TomTom finds the region's congestion isn't the worst.
This weekend in entertainment includes jam bands, local talent and a world record attempt involving "tighty-whitey" underwear.
Hundreds rally in protest of Redskins' name ahead of game against Minnesota Vikings
For the first time in 80 years, scientists are posting equipment at the peak of the Washington Monument to measure the obelisk's height.
Surveyors checking height of Washington Monument; first survey of its kind since 1999