Despite 1st hearing in 21 years, District of Columbia statehood faces huge political obstacles
A D.C. magistrate found there is enough probable cause to detain an American University professor until his trial begins.
A look at the baseball math as both the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles are on the verge of clinching their respective divisions.
In 2000, Harold Mintz gave the ultimate gift: He became the first person in the Washington area to donate a kidney to a stranger. Now, his generous act is being studied by researchers, eager to shed light on his compassionate behavior.
Jury convicts DC man in armored truck robbery, violent carjacking in Maryland
The Inaugural Pigskin Kickoff Classic between Wilson and Friendship Collegiate brought together two communities and one family in particular.
Fuzz is a special dog looking for a special home.
There's always room for more pizza, apparently. California-based Pizza Studio is the latest brand to enter the fast-casual pizza market in D.C., signing a lease for the former Baja Fresh space in Dupont Circle.
Fewer people are bidding on new homes, compared to last year at the same time.
If you find a great parking space in front of a broken parking meter, can you park there? The answer is complicated.
For the first time in more than two decades, Congress will hear testimony Monday, Sept. 15 on whether the District of Columbia should become the 51st state in the country.
DC police say pedestrian was killed in hit-and-run crash on Georgia Avenue
Many of the grants, between $200,000 and $300,000, allows the clinics to hire staff.
Although it's still a few years off, the National Park Service is coming up on a milestone.
A pedestrian was killed early Sunday morning in the District by a hit-and-run driver. The incident happened around 3 a.m., according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
Local Parkinson's foundation hopes to raise money and awareness about the disease.
Capital Bikeshare is getting creative to keep its system growing by adding more than two dozen used stations.
Sometimes it's hard to define what makes someone attractive. But for those being courted by mosquitoes, it could be due to their genetics.
"This, I think, will be the new crown jewel for the visitor experience in D.C.," says Stewart McLaurin, president of the White House Historical Association.
She was last seen on Military Road NW on Sept. 11.
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