D.C. Police Makes Best of Weekend SnowstormMetropolitan Police Officers were caught showing their fun side on video in two incidents this weekend.
D.C. a Step Closer to Body Cameras After Council VoteThe District of Columbia is one step closer to outfitting all patrol police officers with body cameras after a vote by the D.C. Council.
Police: Group of Young People Commits 'Flash Mob' RobberyAuthorities say a group of young people rushed into a high-end clothing store in Georgetown and robbed the business.
Off-Duty Officer Shoots Man at Union StationAn off-duty police officer from Maryland shot a man with a knife in Union Station on Saturday, police say.
D.C. Police Officer Hits Pedestrian in NorthwestA MPD officer struck a pedestrian at Connecticut Ave. and L St. NW Monday afternoon, and both the pedestrian and the officer were injured.
D.C. Awarded $1M to Expand Body Worn Camera ProgramThe District will be expanding its Body Worn Camera Program, and the Justice Department has awarded $1 million to the city to support the expansion.
Fatal Shootings Bring D.C. Homicide Total to 114District of Columbia police are investigating two overnight homicides.
Slaying of 22-Year-Old Man is 106th Homicide in D.C. in 2015District of Columbia police say a 22-year-old man was killed and two others were injured in a shooting in northeast Washington.
D.C. Police Union Members Vote No Confidence in ChiefThe vast majority of Washington police union members who responded to a recent poll say they do not have confidence in Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier.
Several Shootings in D.C. Despite All MPD Officers On-DutyD.C. Police have reported seven shootings during the first night of a department-wide initiative to crack down on violent crime in the District.
D.C. Police Continue Prostitution Crackdown, Arrest 9 More MenPolice say they've now made more than 200 arrests as they try to curb an increase in street prostitution in downtown Washington.
D.C. Chief: Repeat Offenders Driving Increase in HomicidesPolice Chief Cathy Lanier says repeat violent offenders on the streets, an influx of high-powered guns and the prevalence of synthetic drugs are all factors in the homicide increase in the District of Columbia.