A D.C. woman says she was put on hold after calling 911 when an intruder entered her Northwest home, NBC 4 reports.
If your allergies are acting up, it may be due to a lack of sex.
Many of the activities people enjoy doing on the National Mall in the spring and summer may not be available due to sequester cuts.
Fellow riders rescue 73-year-old woman from DC Metro tracks
What do you do when one of the great monuments to democracy is encased in unsightly wood and metal scaffolding? You make it sparkle.
Amid the fervor surrounding Baz Luhrmann's soon-to-be-released film "The Great Gatsby," the Washington Ballet is debuting the next performance in its "American Experience" series.
A barber who for 30 years has cut the hair of Congressmen and staff members at the Rayburn House Office Building has retired.
Walkers of all ages took part in the 44th March for Babies as the March of Dimes celebrates 75 years of protecting babies.
Theodore Roosevelt Bridge to be shut down Saturday for movie filming
DC officials end 2nd week of annual Potholepalooza campaign
Second annual 'Running of the Chihuahuas' taking place in Washington
Fire shuts down Labor Dept. building in DC to most workers; employment report issued as usual
The outbreaks at area college campuses are part of a national pattern and researchers are trying to determine why college students are at risk for a childhood disease.
A new elephant will be joining the herd at the National Zoo in Washington after her companion died at a zoo in Louisiana.
"Once Wild: Isadora in Russia" opens this weekend at Georgetown University's Davis Performing Arts Center in collaboration with Word Dance Theater.
To engage the public and encourage local residents to "get to know" the 24 contestants, the historical sites will host open houses May 4-5.
DC Councilmember Vincent Orange admonished over business closure incident
The D.C. Department of Health is warning residents to be on alert after a rabid raccoon was found in a Northwest neighborhood.