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The District of Columbia’s police accountability agency agrees with Chief Cathy Lanier’s proposal that officers wear cameras while on duty to record their interactions with citizens.
Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams was involved in a hit-and-run accident, as part of an apparent high-speed chase while doing a phone interview live on the radio with the Sports Junkies in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
A D.C. councilmember says he’s in touch with a producer for the TV drama “Scandal” who’d like to bring the show to the city to shoot scenes in August.
The idea that an Orioles Billboard is 7 miles from Nationals park means nothing more than the Baltimore Washington area is coming together as one.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade and a Japanese street festival are bringing a finale to three weeks of events as the cherry blossom trees are in full bloom.
District of Columbia police are warning of street closures and possible traffic delays this weekend due to the National Cherry Blossom Festival and events at the International Monetary Fund and World Bank complex.
The Washington Jewish Film Festival is announcing its lineup of 64 movies that will be featured this year at theaters across the Washington area beginning next month.
For Beverly Richardson of Severna Park, a weekend visit to the nation’s capital is now hassle-free.
A District of Columbia police officer has been indicted on attempted murder charges, accused of striking his wife in the head with a metal lamp post, Maryland prosecutors said Friday.
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.