A Washington waterfront landmark gets a new moniker after its previous owner was forced out.
Many D.C. neighborhoods are being reshaped, but along with growth comes new safety concerns like the ones faced by already established areas.
Wednesday was the busiest ridership day for Metrorail since 2010, topping even January's inauguration ridership, and the fourth busiest day in transit system's 37-year history.
"Watch out for the Boogeyman!" It's a phrase commonly used in horror films and taunting childhood games. But the real Boogeyman has local ties.
A local university more than 200 years old now has solar panels, and the White House is taking notice.
Lawyers head back to court in Chandra Levy case
A 9-year-old girl has been taken to the hospital with minor injuries after she was struck by a car in Northeast Thursday morning.
Man sentenced to 40 years in prison for 2010 murder of DC high school student
Bucky Mitchell, the Amish Trainer, combines his Amish background with fitness training to create his own healthy lifestyle.
An Academy Award-winning film created by two local filmmakers will be shown Thursday night at the Avalon Theatre in D.C.
What would you do if you were in a place with an active shooter?
For one of the most tragic and dissected events in American history, it's hard to believe artifacts from the Nov. 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy exist that have never been seen.
National Air and Space Museum opens permanent exhibit exploring navigation from Galileo to GPS
In a city where attention has been focused on the knee injuries of Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, the fact remains that the athletes most likely to tear their anterior cruciate ligaments are teenage girls.
A 23-year-old Springfield, Va., man is accused of kidnapping and assaulting a woman in an attempt to rape her and lose his virginity.
Metrorail is advising travelers to pack their patience and expect large crowds Wednesday evening due to a rally, a Nationals game, Wizards game and cherry blossom tourism.
Twenty years ago, restaurant partners Rob Wilder and Roberto Alvarez convinced a 23-year-old chef to help them launch a new restaurant in downtown D.C.
The cherry blossoms officially reached their peak Tuesday.
George Boggess fought in World War II, marched along Martin Luther King Jr. and served his neighbors at the D.C. Superior Court. Now, the 101-year-old is imparting advice on how to live a long life.
Pa. man charged with making bomb threat at White House; no explosives found in truck