The Alexandria City Council this week moved to require all cabs in the city to accept credit cards by September, with fares remaining the same. And this weekend, the first D.C. cabs with credit-card readers are on the road. With them comes a new fare structure.
It's going to be hot at Sunday's U.S. Soccer Centennial Celebration Match at RFK Stadium - so hot that Events DC, which manages the stadium, is bending the rules on bottled water.
The Washington Animal Rescue League began its annual adopt-a-thon Saturday, slashing fees for new pet owners for the weekend.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is leading an overnight walk through the nation's capital to raise awareness about suicide.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is planning to visit an all-day competition between food trucks from Baltimore and Washington.
The Taste of Georgetown festival covered several blocks of Wisconsin Avenue with selections from dozens of local establishments on Saturday.
Casey Margenau has sold homes to Capitals players, Wizards players and Redskins players -- not to mention a fair share of high-powered CEOs -- but when he took RG3 as a client, the experience was refreshing.
The Harlem Globetrotters are trying to help the nation's youngsters beat the battle of the bulge one push-up and basketball trick at a time.
A woman was kidnapped by three men and sexually assaulted Wednesday afternoon in Southeast D.C., the Metropolitan Police Department says.
Many people in downtown D.C. will have to deal with periodic outages as Pepco continues repairs to the underground facilities that lead to wide-spread outages Thursday afternoon.
A Coast Guard helicopter intercepted a general aviation aircraft over Washington, D.C. Friday morning, at the direction of NORAD.
Screen on the Green released its schedule of four, American classics for the summer movie season.
The nation's capital has the largest commuter surge in the country, with close to a half-million people a day coming into Washington, D.C. -- proportionately more than any other city in the country.
DC's chief librarian Ginnie Cooper announces plan to retire after 7-year building effort
The number of Pepco customers without power in the downtown D.C. area is changing by the minute.
DC Councilmember Jack Evans running for mayor, becoming third person to enter race
Sinkhole repairs are expected to be completed Friday, with road closures on 14th and F streets NW to be lifted during the evening.
They're not on a plane, but snakes in a tree could still be scary -- especially when they're spotted in D.C.
Hold on to your hat! Hurricane season is here. So what can you expect this year?