The holidays are often synonymous with an abundance of food and cocktails, as parties and family gatherings kick into high gear. But there are plenty of festive walks and runs in the D.C. area that will help keep you in the spirit -- and keep you active -- during the holiday season.
This Thanksgiving and a chef and his restaurateur wife are sharing the best of two holidays with their customers with a local dash of oysters mixed in for good measure.
Arena Stage to host free performance for military families, starring Malcolm-Jamal Warner
The Metropolitan Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for a critically missing person.
Washington Post building sold to developer for $159 million, newspaper to rent space
Holiday getaway day slowed by gray weather; delays worse at BWI than Reagan, Dulles
It's a warm meal shared among thousands -- the city's Walter E. Washington Convention Center played host to 5,000 guests, volunteers and local leaders taking part in the 14th annual Feast of Sharing.
Natalie Randolph recently resigned from her position of head football coach at a D.C. school after four years. Many call her the first female high school football coach in the country.
A man is in a slippery situation after authorities say he purposely tumbled on a banana peel at a D.C. Metro station.
Track problems caused significant delays for riders on Metro's Red Line Wednesday morning.
A woman says she was raped at the Wilson Aquatic Center during an after-hours party, ABC7 reports.
Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred on a platform at the Van Ness Metro station in Northwest D.C. Tuesday.
Audit finds DC fire department vehicles are in poor condition, says fleet is poorly managed
The Washington Nationals pitched the District government on a $300 million plan for a retractable roof over Nationals Park, but city officials say the idea was quickly dismissed.
DC drug dealer who escaped from Garrett County, Md., jail in 2011 gets 15-year sentence
A D.C. police officer shot and killed a man during a homicide investigation Monday afternoon.
Lawyer for Conn. woman fatally shot near Capitol seeks Justice Department investigation
US Trade Representative Michael Froman to help light National Menorah near White House
A new report says District of Columbia police officers need better training on enforcing the law on tinted vehicle windows.
The District of Columbia fire department is hiring nine new paramedics as it continues to address a shortage that has led to slow responses to some medical emergencies.