The Washington National Cathedral has finished the first phase of restoration work needed after an earthquake in 2011.
The debate is heating up over the name of a Washington, D.C. fountain built in honor of an early-20th-century U.S. senator from Nevada who had white supremacist beliefs.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released new recommendations to the Federal Transit Administration in light of recent emergency events after a woman died during fire on a Metro in D.C.
In WJZ exclusive, a Maryland woman who was on a D.C. Metro train when it filled with smoke last month, describes the terrifying moments she spent trapped underground waiting to be rescued.
New baseball commissioner Rob Manfred predicts an end to the long-running dispute between the Nationals and Baltimore Orioles over payments to Washington from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, which the teams co-own.
Union leaders say emergency responders are still having communication problems in Washington subway tunnels in the wake of a fatal accident on the system last month.
The Washington Navy Yard building that was the site of a mass shooting in 2013 has reopened after extensive renovations.
Fire officials in Montgomery County say they’ve discovered trouble using their radios in some portions of the Metro system, an issue that follows similar problems for District of Columbia firefighters.
The U.S. Park Police says a Washington, D.C., couple engaged to be married were hit by a car as they changed a tire, killing the groom-to-be.
The District of Columbia plans to deploy more than 200 snow trucks this weekend for a potential winter storm that could bring snow and rain to the area.
$50 million. That’s the amount a family is going to court for, following the death of a woman in a smoke-filled D.C. metro subway.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Relatives of a woman who died when smoke filled a Washington subway train earlier this month are filing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the Metro transit agency. Attorneys for the family of Carol […]