Three Zika Cases in D.C., Health Department ConfirmsThe D.C. Department of Health says it has confirmed three cases of Zika in the District — all of which involve people who contracted it after traveling abroad.
Uber, Animal Planet Team Up To Deliver Puppies To D.C. Doors WednesdayHave $30 and a deep desire to snuggle puppies?
D.C. Bill Would Pay People Stipends To Not Commit CrimesThey say crime doesn't pay, but that might not be entirely true in D.C.
D.C. Mayor: Snow Emergency Citations Issued Friday Will Be VoidedD.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Thursday that citations issued for parking on snow emergency routes on Jan. 22 will be voided.
Oldest Female Veteran Dies at 108The country's oldest-known female veteran, Alyce Dixon, died in her sleep at the D.C. VA Medical Center's community living facility on Wednesday.
Watch: Mechanical Dragon Melts Snow in D.C.As D.C. works to dig out after a historic blizzard, a dragon is helping get rid of some of that snow.
D.C. Issued Nearly $1M in Tickets, Fines During Snow EmergencyA snow emergency is still in place in D.C. That means those parked on streets designated as snow emergency routes are still being fined $250.
Slow Return to Normal for Cities Hit by SnowstormD.C. has made progress in clearing major city roads, but plenty of smaller streets and nearby suburbs remain a mess.
Metro Doesn't Fully Reopen as PlannedMetro planned to open all stations except those on the Silver Line Tuesday, but four Orange Line stations remain closed.
Metro Resumes Limited Rail and Bus Service in D.C.Metro has resumed limited rail and bus service.
D.C. Police Makes Best of Weekend SnowstormMetropolitan Police Officers were caught showing their fun side on video in two incidents this weekend.
Real-Time Trackers Let You Check in on PlowsWant to know when you can start thinking about actually leaving your house this week?