D.C. police are investigating after a pedestrian was hit by a garbage truck in northwest D.C. Friday morning.
Pepco is out with a warning for its customers: Scammers are sending out fake utility bills, posing as third-party suppliers.
For more than a decade, contract work for the government was big business for many private companies. But the funding behind these lucrative contracts has been on the decline.
Target's security breach has shoppers on edge, especially after a report says it was part of a broader scam that could have affected more retailers -- but one expert says consumers can still protect themselves.
This weekend's top concerts run the gamut from alt-country to electronica.
Tourism group pitches DC as romantic date night destination for travelers through February
Arena Stage opens new play in DC about artist, activist Paul Robeson's life
A 29-year-old woman has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison as a result of a 2012 shooting at an International House of Pancakes restaurant in Washington.
It's fuzzy, red and small -- but Capitol Hill's newest resident might be dangerous.
It's an event many diners look forward to, but one columnist says D.C.'s Restaurant Week is overrated and overpriced.
Fortune Magazine's 2013 list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For once again puts Google at the top of the list, followed by SAS, The Boston Consulting Group, Edward Jones and Quicken Loans Inc.
A street-by-street survey of D.C.'s gas pipes last winter found 5,893 natural gas leaks.
People visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial are seeing the granite statue without the disputed words that were etched in it for the last King holiday.
Metropolitan police say a construction worker was killed when an SUV crashed into a work zone on Suitland Parkway in Southeast.
Rising rent prices seem to be the norm in the D.C. metro region, but the cost of an apartment has actually gone down.
A D.C.-based start-up has launched the first global wireless registry, letting people and businesses own their unique WiFi SSIDs. It paves the way for mobile proximity services.
Birthday girl Michelle Obama won't rule out plastic surgery, Botox; is up on health check-ups
With the 495 Express Lanes' one-year anniversary in the dust, more information is being released about who uses the roadway and what drivers are paying -- however, the numbers show there are still fewer vehicles on the road than first anticipated.
DC Council committee endorses legislation that would decriminalize small amounts of pot
A D.C. man has been indicted on a charge of motor vehicle manslaughter after a car crash in which his 4-year-old son was killed.