Authorities in Washington are seeking the public’s help in locating seven vehicles and 14 persons of interest in connection with the shooting death of a D.C. journalist.
Maryland’s governor is expressing interest in bringing the fastest train in the world to our state — after taking his own test ride in Japan!
The National Park Service says there were 63 people at the top of the Washington Monument when an elevator failed, not one person as the agency originally reported.
New developments in the murders of a D.C. family.
Students from the Sandtown-Winchester community have been asked to join Step Afrika! next week at Howard University.
Vice President Joe Biden has announced that his son, Beau, has died of brain cancer.
The Pentagon said Friday that the Army’s mistaken shipments of live anthrax to research laboratories were more widespread than it initially reported, prompting the Defense Department’s second-ranking official to order a thorough review.
Police say NBA star John Wall was kicked off a flight in Las Vegas on Tuesday after a disturbance was reported.
Metro says five of its six rail lines will be affected by weekend work.
Officials say two lanes of the iconic Arlington Memorial Bridge will be shut down before Friday’s rush hour commute for lengthy repairs.
A D.C. man who appeared in the show Catfish has been arrested.
Transit officials in Washington have voted to temporarily suspend all issue-oriented advertisements on the region’s rail and bus system, a move that comes as the agency was asked to consider an ad with a provocative cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad.