Prosecutors say they presented additional evidence that led to a conviction in the shooting death of 16-year-old Prince Okorie after two previous trials ended with hung juries.
Annie Gowen, Washington Post reporter
Two people are dead and two firefighters injured after a fire in Southeast D.C. Tuesday morning.
A State Department security officer has pleaded guilty to accepting two luxury watches in exchange for helping a Jamaican musician gain a visa to enter the U.S.
A 6-year-old girl reported missing from D.C. since Thursday night was located safe in Arkansas, police say.
For drivers the market for a new car or looking to reduce carbon footprint, the 2013 Washington Auto Show is a one-stop shop to see what's out there.
The charity, previously known as Family and Child Services of Washington, received the gift from Richard A. Herman, who died in November.
A D.C. police officer shot a man who attacked another officer with a knife during a domestic disturbance call, police say.
New parking rates could come to several popular destinations, including Georgetown and Adams Morgan in late 2013 or early 2014, according to the D.C. Department of Transportation.
The Metropolitan Police Department is pushing back against allegations that it mishandled almost 200 sexual assault cases.
Big and small. Dirty or somewhat clean. Pink, orange, grey or white. These smelly items combined to make one great feat in Washington, D.C. Tuesday.
A statue of Frederick Douglass will soon be moved to the United States Capitol alongside statues of luminaries from the 50 states, and District of Columbia leaders celebrated the relocation in a Black History Month event on Monday night.
Bill in DC Council would boost nurse staffing levels at hospitals
Report: US commuters spending more time in traffic, wasted $121B in time and fuel in 2011
The General Services Administration is eyeing a long, drab but well traveled D.C. block for a series of pedestrian-friendly upgrades.
Authorities are looking for a woman who robbed two northwest banks in about 15 minutes.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is cutting down on fried foods with a new plan to eliminate deep fryers from the federal department's cafeterias.
Two floors full of 700 new and shiny vehicles are on display at the Washington Auto Show at the Washington Convention Center.
A District of Columbia appeals court has overturned the conviction of a man accused in a 2008 outburst of violence that led police to use neighborhood checkpoints.
A statue of Frederick Douglass will soon be moved to the United States Capitol alongside statues of luminaries from the 50 states, and District of Columbia leaders are planning to celebrate the move.