The latest freeze-thaw cycle has taken its toll on the roads. Orphaned hubcaps have been found strewn along shoulders, leaning against jersey walls, laying in culverts -- footstones for travelers who have fallen victim to the region's eruption of potholes.
Navy to rename Washington building where gunman killed 12 in September shooting
D.C.'s fire chief is commenting for the first time on the lack of response from D.C. fire and EMS employees as a man was suffering from a heart attack across the street from a fire station.
Records, photos of the real 'Monuments Men' go on display in DC as movie opens nationwide
An eight-story addition is planned for behind the original Italian embassy building in Adams Morgan, creating a complex that would have up to 135 residential units.
All the winter weather raises questions about who is responsible for keeping sidewalks clear so that walkers stay safe.
National Archives to display original Emancipation Proclamation to honor Black History Month
It turns out the rare snowy owl that was injured by a Metrobus last week is a female.
Even as one winter weather system swirls its way out of the D.C. region, another is forecast to hit your Wednesday-morning commute.
The Metropolitan Police Department says Gladys May Morrison was last seen on Tuesday in the 4200 block of East Capitol Street in Northeast.
A historic downtown Washington building where telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell once conducted experiments could become a contemporary art museum.
In an ugly war words, the chair of the D.C. police union blasted the decision of an arbitor regarding officer pay raises.
An approaching weather system will impact scheduled flights to and from the Washington, D.C. area this evening and Wednesday morning.
DC police union head blasts arbitration decision; officers get less than union sought
DC Council approves decriminalizing pot possession, but smoking in public would remain illegal
Mid-Atlantic electric utilities are preparing for power outages as an icy winter storm approaches the region.
DC Council votes to create scholarship program amid warning that federal grants could be cut
Abuse of heroin is ramping up at such a fast rate, doctors say it's the definition of an epidemic. Health officials in D.C. are trying to respond in turn.
The Newman's Own Foundation is giving $1 million to the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts,
Judge rejects DA's request to jail Chris Brown, tells singer to remain in treatment
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