'Pizzagate' Shooter Pleads GuiltyThe man who opened fire at Comet Ping Pong in December pleaded guilty to two charges.
Neighbors Irked by Ivanka TrumpThose who live near the daughter of the president say she doesn't make a great neighbor.
Metro Approves Changes to Increase Fare, Cut ServiceMore changes will be coming to Metro this summer.
National Park Service: DC Cherry Trees Start Bloom PeriodNational Park Service spokesman Mike Litterst said in an email Wednesday that the bloom period has begun and can last two weeks.
Artist Stabbed, Killed in Capitol Hill BasementAn artist temporarily living in D.C. to help with an exhibit was found stabbed to death in Capitol Hill.
Tax Day 2017: Important Dates To Be Aware OfHere’s everything you need to know about when you need to file your tax return, when the extended filing deadline is and when you can expect your refund.
Green Line Inspection Shows Trains Are Causing Homes to VibratePeople in the Petworth area complained that Metro's trains were causing residencies along the Green Line to shake.
Police: Man Claims Bomb in Trunk at White House CheckpointThe man was arrested for making a false bomb threat and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
D.C.'s Welcomes Its First Micro-HotelHotel Hive, a trendy new hotel in Foggy Bottom, recently celebrated its grand opening.
Thousands Around DMV Still Without PowerMonday night's storm wiped out the power for many around the area.
D.C. Police Deny Uptick in Missing Black Girls; Credit New MethodsPeople expressed concerns about the amount of missing black girls missing in D.C., so police clarified.
D.C.'s Cherry Blossoms Stung by Nights of Frigid TemperaturesAfter a blast of frigid temperatures, the National Park Service says horticulturists have found widespread damage in cherry blossoms.