D.C. motorists should prepare themselves for road closures from Aug. 4-7 as the leaders of more than 40 African countries come to town for the 2014 U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit.
A new report has found nearly 6,000 natural gas leaks in Washington, D.C., including 12 in manholes where high methane levels posed a risk of explosion.
It may be the most coveted parking permit in the nation’s Capitol. It’s called the “Zone 9” permit, and it allows tens of thousands of drivers in our area to no longer worry about parking meter fees or parking restrictions in residential neighborhoods.
As of Friday, the D.C. Department of Employment Services has processed 14,500 claims for furloughed federal employees since Oct. 1st.
The Washington Redskins may play their home games in Maryland, but the District’s mayor hopes a move — and name change — are in store for the future.
District of Columbia police say they believe a man found dead in a ravine could be the same person who was reported missing last month.
The D.C. Council has approved a $9.4 billion budget plan that includes longer bar hours and an expansion of traffic cameras that ticket drivers.
A St. Patrick’s Day celebration turned deadly early Sunday when a man was stabbed to death in a bar in the Brookland neighborhood of Northeast.
Friday marks two years since a new law enabled gay couples to begin marrying in the District of Columbia and many have tied the knot.
NASA is preparing to launch five rockets in five minutes over the Mid-Atlantic sky between March 14th and April 4th from their Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.