Homeless advocates are holding an all-night vigil for homeless people who have died this year in Washington.
After years of parking where they choose, food truck operators in the District of Columbia are preparing to have their spaces assigned by lottery.
District officials say the lottery will bring “predictability and certainty” to the city’s food truck scene.
The Capitol Christmas Tree is arriving at the U.S. Capitol after making its way from a forest in northeast Washington state.
More than 100 exhibits, programs and events are opening as part of the FotoWeek DC 2013 festival.
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo says its female giant panda is showing behavioral changes and is focused on building her nest as animal keepers watch for a possible pregnancy.
Grant Paulsen with 106.7 The Fan joined The Glenn Younes show to talk about the Redskins.
Metro officials say a red line train has been disabled near the Rhode Island Avenue station after it hit an object along the track.
Every year, more than three million people a year pay tribute at the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Wall in DC.
A District of Columbia police officer seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash had to wait at least 15 minutes for an ambulance from Prince George’s County because none were available in Washington.
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.
A deaf former inmate in the District of Columbia is suing the Department of Corrections, saying he was mistreated while serving a 60-day sentence for assault.
The District of Columbia ended fiscal 2012 with a $417 million budget surplus, a windfall that illustrates how the fiscal climate in the nation’s capital differs from much of the nation.