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Metropolitan police have released the identities of two people killed in a fatal fire in Southeast Washington earlier this week.
The General Services Administration is eyeing a long, drab but well traveled D.C. block for a series of pedestrian-friendly upgrades.
D.C. Councilmember Marion Barry says he's going to try to force the city to spend up to $100 million of its $417 million budget surplus on services for disadvantaged residents.
STK, a steakhouse geared toward female customers, is opening its first restaurant in Washington.
The D.C. Taxicab Commission, abandoning the effort for a standardize citywide smart meter, instead will issue regulations this week requiring all District taxis to accept credit cards by March 30.
The District government has extended the public comment period on D.C.'s extensive new building codes through Feb. 22.
Standing on a narrow, suspended metal walkway below the surface of the Frederick Douglass Bridge, D.C. Department of Transportation Chief Engineer Ronaldo Nicholson explains the structure is both "functionally obsolete and structurally obsolete."
The more than 27,000 hotel rooms in D.C. are occupied more often than not, but for some reason — or, more likely, for a number of reasons — the hotels themselves aren't benefiting in terms of revenue.