One month after a woman received a ticket on a block with multiple incorrect parking signs, a judge has thrown out the ticket and waived all fines against her.
Police in D.C. are looking for helping identifying an assault suspect.
For a mere $4.5 million, you can live in a former Secretary of Defense's D.C. home.
The battle over the District's law to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana has a new front, with the proposal of a local campaign that may ebb criticism from some House Republicans.
D.C.'s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board lifted a five-year moratorium on restaurant liquor licenses Wednesday, but chose to keep in place the ban on new tavern or nightclub licenses.
It's time for the District to capitalize on its popular Capital Bikeshare program.
A D.C. lane closure is expected to cause delays through the Wednesday morning commute.
For five minutes Tuesday, D.C. police radios were all but silent due to a major power failure at the city's communication center.
Do you take your food too seriously? A local project captures the imaginative and fantastical elements of food.
Almost 40 percent of local roads in the District are in poor, very poor, or failed condition, and the District Department of Transportation cannot keep up with all the service requests, according testimony at a council hearing.
A D.C. woman was attacked by two dogs while she walking with her grandson Monday. The boy was unhurt but his grandmother remained in the hospital Tuesday.
The Washington Nationals have been solid on the road in extra innings, but have a troubling streak brewing at home.
Miriam's Kitchen is now administering a program under a contract with the Department of Human Services to get more of D.C.'s homeless permanently off the streets.
Police released a video of the smash-and-grab robbery that netted the thieves $43,000 worth of jewelry last week at Mazza Gallerie in Northwest.
Silver Line will bring 1st public transit link between Smithsonian's space museum locations
Struggling cupcake shop operator Crumbs says its shuttering all its stores
Ben Tribbett announced his resignation Monday night on Twitter, saying he didn't want be a distraction "as the political attacks have shifted towards being personal towards me."
The Washington Metropolitan Police Department is shoring up its arsenal following last year's shooting at the Washington Navy Yard.
A D.C. firefighter was accused of selling crack cocaine last week after police pulled him over and found drugs, guns and more than $1,000 in cash in his car.
The "Battle of the Beltways" continues Tuesday night between the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles and there's another battle brewing between these neighboring teams.
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