Just a week removed from a regional row over encrypted radio channels, fire chiefs from across the region met to smooth out concerns and make plans for mutual responses.
Nonprofit group aims to overhaul neglected lakeside garden, add restaurant on National Mall
Two days after the death of a Georgetown University student, her family has released a statement expressing gratitude and asking for privacy.
The District of Columbia had both the highest average pay and the smallest gender gap.
Two Roanoke residents arrested in Washington, D.C., on suspicion of passport fraud have admitted their guilt.
Hate your morning commute already? It's not likely to improve and conditions could worsen as millions move to the area.
For all the participants getting their diplomas, this ceremony meant they were clean and sober.
The Nationals are in discussions with Metro. D.C. council member Tommy Wells insists a deal will get done.
In one night, both of the D.C. region's baseball teams clinched division titles and playoff berths.
Eisenhower Memorial Commission considers whether to move forward with Frank Gehry's design
Poll shows Bowser leading in DC mayor's race, with support of 43 percent of likely voters
Although Metropolitan Police Department officers write less than five percent of all parking tickets, a majority of them are handwritten and prone to higher error rates.
Correction: Art-Bill Cosby story
With both teams in the playoffs, officials expect several requests for tickets and merchandise.
Proposed law in DC would require residents to show why they need concealed handgun permits
Campus doctor James Welsh sent a letter to faculty, staff and students.
Using Southeast D.C.'s United Medical Center as a backdrop, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched a social marketing campaign targeted at increasing HIV treatment compliance on Wednesday.
Downed wires caused delays for MARC Train service Tuesday morning, and service was restored Wednesday afternoon.
Thanks to strong seasons and weak divisional competition, the Nationals and Orioles became the first teams in baseball to clinch their division titles.
The majority of residents believe Ray Rice's punishment following the release of a video that shows him punching his then-fiance was 'just right.' But a closer look shows a racial component to their opinions.
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