More Than 500 People Died on Maryland Roads in 2016Preliminary numbers from the National Safety Council show roadway fatalities nationwide rose by more than 6 percent last year to more than 40,000.
Man Charged with Stabbing, Killing His Father in D.C.The victim was discovered at a home in southeast Washington on the morning of April 17 with multiple stab wounds.
D.C. Sees Largest Increase of Black Homeowners in US, Report ShowsTrulia took a look at how homeownership has improved for blacks and Latinos since the the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
Obama to Hold First Public Event of His Post-PresidencyObama's first public engagement comes as President Donald Trump nears his 100-day mark in office next week.
Charges Dropped for All but 2 Arrested in DC Pot GiveawayThe U.S. attorney's office said Friday that it would pursue misdemeanor charges only against two men who had more than 2 ounces of pot on them.
Guide to Saturday's March for Science in D.C.The March for Science means large crowds and road closures for the District. Here's what you need to know.
D.C. 911 Center Sends Ambulance to the Wrong AddressThis could have been a disastrous outcome.
Duke Graduate Transfer Sean Obi Commits to MarylandMaryland has landed another graduate transfer from Duke.
Secret Service Limits Sidewalk Access South of White HouseThe agency says the changes are part of a review of security measures at the White House complex.
D.C. Man Becomes First to Receive Sentence for Revenge PornThis case was the first trial of the "Criminalization of Non-Consensual Pornography Act of 2014," also referred to as "revenge porn."
The Origins of 4/20, Marijuana's High HolidayHere's a look at the holiday's history.
Capitol Police Arrest 7 at Joint Giveaway EventProtesters are planning to both celebrate and make a point on April 20.