D.C. Police Arrest Teen who Threatened to Shoot Up SchoolA 17-year-old boy threatened to shoot up his ex-girlfriend's school and family, and he had the guns to do it.
Dunbar Coach Pleads Guilty to Sexually Abusing StudentsA former assistant track coach at Dunbar Senior High School pleaded guilty to seven felony counts of sexual abuse.
Where to Watch Fireworks in the D.C. AreaThe fireworks on the National Mall may be the most famous, but there are plenty of other places to celebrate the Fourth in the DMV.
White House Official: Obama Briefed on UK Vote to Bolt EUThe United States is reacting cautiously to the decision by Britain's voters to bolt the 28-nation European Union, with a White House official saying only that President Barack Obama is being kept up to date on developments.
Biggest Water Gun Fight in D.C. History PlannedNearly 7,000 people have already RSVP'd to the event on Facebook.
Rebellious Democrats Disrupt House, Stage Protest Over GunsDemocratic representative John Lewis and his colleagues are staging a protest on the House floor.
D.C. Council Seeking Answers on Lead Testing at SchoolsThe D.C. Council has questions about how city public schools have responded to elevated lead levels in the water in school buildings.
7-Year-Old Boy Left on D.C. School Bus, Pries Door Open to EscapeA young boy was left on his school bus Monday morning and left alone for more than an hour.
A Divided Senate Answers Orlando With Gridlock on Gun CurbsEight days after the horror of Orlando's mass shooting, a divided Senate blocked plans to curb guns, even over restricting firearms for terrorists.
Driverless Bus to Begin Frequenting D.C. StreetsThe future is rapidly approaching.
Columbia Heights Day Festival Takes Place SaturdayOne of D.C.'s most famous neighborhoods is holding its annual street festival Saturday.
Metro to Hold Auditions for 'MetroPerforms!'Metro is holding auditions for the right to play outside its stations.