As children transition from vacation to school, drivers need to be extra-alert.
This week, Brookeville, Md., celebrates its role as the U.S. capital for a day after Capital was set ablaze by the British.
Bridge over Anacostia River to close for several hours to allow water traffic to pass
A vehicle and "single occupant" were pulled from the water this afternoon.
A D.C streetcar was derailed Sunday morning for an emergency drill.
Gas prices in DC metro area is $3.40, down 3 cents from last week
On a night in the nation's capital and surrounding neighborhoods, D.C.area residents prepare to sleep after a long day. However, a full night's rest isn't really in store for them.
The next big event for Bao Bao, the panda cub at the National Zoo who just turned one year old, will be separating from her mother. But that won't happen for about another six months.
The National Zoo in Washington threw a party Saturday in honor of the first birthday of panda cub Bao Bao.
The sleek and majestic 100-foot Pride of Baltimore slipped under the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in the wee hours of Wednesday morning and is now docked at the Washington Navy Yard, welcoming visitors, free of charge, over the next six days.
Newest memorial pays tribute to American Veterans Disabled for Life.
Nearly 5,000 expected for school beautification day in Washington ahead of first day of school
Many locals say few cabs come into their area, so D.C.'s Taxi Cab Commission is studying a courtesy van service that might give more options to folks looking to catch a ride.
There's no secret to why the Washington Nationals have won 10 straight games: It's all about the pitching, especially the rotation.
On Chuck Brown Day in D.C., in honor of the Godfather of Go Go, hundreds made their way to a Northeast neighborhood to see the new memorial to the musician.
The snowy owl that made local and national headlines after being struck by a D.C. bus has been found dead in Minnesota.
In Northeast D.C.'s Langdon Park, the memorial area will feature a performance space, sustainable irrigation system and toy instruments.
It is the biggest set of changes to come to the District of Columbia's public school system in 40 years.
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