Premiere of Broadway-bound 'If/Then' starring Idina Menzel brings new life to National Theatre
One person was taken to to the hospital with serious injuries after an accident on Nebraska about 9:00 p.m. Saturday night.
Georgetown has dismissed junior forward Greg Whittington from the team
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray will soon be cutting the ribbon on a newly renovated playground.
Donations to the Salvation Army are down so far this holiday season, when the majority of the non-profit's funds are generated through the red kettle campaign.
Congressmen seek medal for WW II-era US spy agency led by New York's Gen. 'Wild Bill' Donovan
Not everything that draws crowds on Black Friday has a USB port or needs a charger.
The area's 250 some food trucks are competing for new assigned parking spots -- it's a concept many customers don't like.
Lottery system for DC food trucks to start Monday; participating trucks to be assigned spaces
It appears the Peet's-ification of the D.C. region's Caribou Coffee locations is about to begin.
The future of RFK Memorial Stadium has long been in limbo, but the city entity that runs the sports facility and its surrounding campus is beginning to look for answers.
With the onset of holiday shopping upon us, some shoppers are looking for alternatives to visiting big outlets and other major chains. Local markets are the perfect option.
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.