The District considers the possibility of adding tolls to enter downtown D.C.
The District government was busy on Grace Street Thursday.
More than a dozen D.C. parking spots were converted to mini parks Friday as part of Parking Day, an international event intended to spark conversations about urban planning and the need for more green space.
Following shooting, Nationals offering free tickets to game to Navy Yard personnel, families
A dozen people died in a shooting rampage Monday at the Washington Navy Yard. Here are their stories.
Department of Defense employees who are heading to Nationals Park for a ballgame usually park at the Washington Navy Yard. But on Sunday they'll have to find somewhere else.
More than 100 authors coming together for National Book Festival on the National Mall in DC
WTOP's Bob Madigan reports.
WTOP's JJ Green reports.
Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis may have been taking a prescription drug with a potentially dangerous side effect, according to one lawmaker.
Metro riders will see a few changes come Oct. 1. Metrorail says it plans to lower the price of SmarTrip cards in effort to get more people to use them.
What's happening in local music events this weekend? Read on for a look at the concert highlights.
More than 20 parking spaces become green spaces for a day in Washington
It's no secret the D.C. region is somewhat shorter than other metropolitan areas, especially those on the East Coast.
This weekend kicks off a season full of festivals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Ala. man reports confrontation with Washington Navy Yard shooter at Va. airport
More details have been released about exactly how law enforcement officers tracked down and killed the Navy Yard shooter.
Faulty radios may have slowed the treatment of victims at the Navy Yard shooting.
Navy Yard shooter spent night in Buddhist temple in Mass., complained of noises in his head
He was in the Pentagon during the Sept. 11 terror attacks and was locked-down at the Navy Yard during Monday's shooting rampage. And this Navy officer turned psychologist from Ellicott City, tells his fellow survivors to embrace life in the wake of the shootings.