Public school students are heading back to class in the District of Columbia, and the city’s high schools are offering more Advanced Placement classes than ever.
Apple is recalling a small amount of its iPhone 6-Plus smartphones after an problem was discovered with the cameras.
Police say they’ve now made more than 200 arrests as they try to curb an increase in street prostitution in downtown Washington.
Officials at the National Zoo say they’re optimistic about the chances that twin giant panda cubs will survive thanks in part to a technique developed by panda breeders in China.
It’s double trouble for the National Zoo after its adult female panda gave birth to twins.
Police are investigating after fatal hit-and-run on Southern Avenue SE in the District of Columbia.
Police say two people were fatally shot overnight in D.C., marking the 101th homicide in the nation’s capital this year.
Metro officials say they’ll be conducting an emergency drill at the Stadium-Armory station this weekend.
Amtrak says it’s adding trains and cars to help travelers get around during Pope Francis’ U.S. visit next month.
The D.C. Police Department asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating a person and vehicle of interest involved in the robbery of a man in a wheelchair.