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.
Students Protest Video of Student Using Offensive LanguageStudents at a Maryland high school staged a walkout and protested a video depicting a student calling African-Americans inferior.
Central Figure in 'Serial' Podcast to Argue For New TrialA convicted murderer who was the focus of a popular podcast is returning to court to argue he deserves another trial and a new chance at freedom.
Many Questions to be Answered in Alleged Murder of Va. Girl by 2 Md. TeensA 13-year-old girl who police say was abducted and killed by a Virginia Tech student is being remembered by friends as an "angel" on Earth.
Some Area Schools to Remain Closed FridaySome school systems in the region say certain areas in their districts aren't yet passable enough for students to get safely to school.
Md. School District Gets Creative With Adele On Snow Day RobocallAdministrators must have sensed that students and parents were tired of the standard "school is closed tomorrow" robocalls.
Buildings Across Md. Collapse Under Weight Of SnowThe weight of the snow is just too much for some buildings and has caused multiple collapses across the region.
Metro Resumes Limited Rail and Bus Service in D.C.Metro has resumed limited rail and bus service.
Real-Time Trackers Let You Check in on PlowsWant to know when you can start thinking about actually leaving your house this week?
Federal Offices in D.C. To Be Closed MondayFederal offices in D.C. will be closed Monday as the area digs out after the weekend's historic snowfall.
Totals From Record-Setting SnowstormThe blizzard of 2016 broke all kinds of records locally, as well as across the East Coast.
Public Schools Decide to Stay Closed WednesdayIt looks like you'll need to find a few more indoor activities over the next few days.