Two D.C. officials say they believe a case recently profiled on WTOP Ticketbuster highlights problems at the Department of Public Works and Department of Motor Vehicles where innocent drivers are forced to pay tickets incorrectly.
Eating a cheeseburger may be as dangerous as lighting up a cigarette, according to a new study.
A woman convicted of stabbing her neighbor in the presence of the neighbor's 6-year-old daughter has been sentenced to 35 years in prison.
U.S. Rep. John Delaney is making a gift to establish a Hillary Clinton Fellowship at Georgetown University's law school.
Some DC residents advised to boil drinking water after pumping station power outage
A man was found shot in an overturned vehicle in Northwest D.C. on Wednesday night.
The races for mayor and D.C. Council are heating up, with the District's typically decisive primary just one month away.
The Secret Service has pledged to work with the D.C. mayor's office to improve planning and has apologized for contributing to the gridlock that spread through downtown Tuesday.
Motorcades are just part of the fabric of life in D.C. But getting stuck by one of these rolling roadblocks only adds to the stress of driving here. Our Traffic Center has tips to help you stay out of a jam.
House Speaker John Boehner says he's sure Congress will look at a law passed by the D.C. Council that decriminalizes possession of less than one ounce of marijuana in the nation's capital.
As soon as a snow emergency is declared in the city, the ticketing begins. And during Monday's snow storm, more than 1,000 drivers received tickets.
Making up for lost classroom time after a winter full of snow days could mean a shorter spring break and Memorial Day weekend.
With one-third of our food supply linked to honeybee pollination, locals are taking beekeeping in their own hands.
Metro Center station to close for signage and lighting upgrades this weekend
Although he's acclimated to life at the shelter and gets lots of attention from staff and volunteers, Meyer would much rather have a real home.
March came in like a lion at the Smithsonian National Zoo, which welcomed four African lion cubs earlier this week.
Down the grand aisle of one of D.C.'s most picturesque buildings, students, clergy and staff raced down the isle, frying pans in hand, in front of a cheering crowd in the 15th Annual Pancake Race.
Layers just haven't been enough this winter, so people have cranked the heat and left it on.
The online real estate company Trulia estimates that it's 34 percent cheaper to buy than rent a home in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
John Townsend, with AAA Mid-Atlantic, fears the decriminalization of small amount of marijuana might lead to more people driving under the influence of marijuana and causing more traffic crashes.