Circulator bus needs tow after sinkhole opens up on road in SE Washington
In honor of the Seahawks' Super Bowl victory, this week's Pet of the Week is the team's canine namesake.
Gas prices are edging lower, but just like the recent weather, it may be the calm before the storm.
The striking visitor from the Arctic has put a spotlight on the work done in a quiet corner of the District of Columbia.
DC Council to hear testimony on cold-weather homeless shelters, including use of motels
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.
AP Exclusive: Doctors described gunman before shootings as 'clear and focused;' denied stress
On the same day that Punxsutawney Phil made his prediction, his brother Potomac Phil emerged from his slumber as well.
The opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics are just 6 days away, but some people around here are thinking ahead to 2024.
Legendary folk singer, Pete Seeger, who died last week at age 94 was honored in D.C. Saturday afternoon.
The ticketing grace period is over. The new D.C. traffic cams are up and running and finding speeders in major areas. Find out where.
DC mayor raises $627,000 for re-election bid, closing gap with challengers
Navy awards $44M contract for repairs to Navy Yard building where gunman killed 12
DC fire lieutenant files for retirement following man's collapse outside station she commanded
Warmer temperatures are on the docket for this weekend, just in time to get that filthy car washed and to get your stir-crazy kids out of the house and play.
Mo Rocca to help lead training symposium at Kennedy Center for arts leaders
D.C. Police say an officer who worked in the evidence control branch has been charged with theft, though it isn't immediately clear what he allegedly swiped.
District of Columbia officials say the city ended last fiscal year with a $321 million surplus, continuing a run of fiscal health since the end of the recession that has outpaced most states and municipalities.
Long before the phrase "go viral" was coined, The Beatles quickly went from being virtual unknowns in America to sensations. A Beatles historian and record executive explains how it was done.
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