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The American Lung Association is out with its annual Air Quality Report Card and, suffice it to stay, DC may need to stay after class.
District of Columbia officials are responding to a lawsuit over the closure of 15 schools, saying their plan was the result of extensive study and will improve education for all students.
On Tuesday, voters in the nation’s capital are all but certain to approve a charter amendment that would grant the city more control over its municipal budget.
Nine D.C. Charter Schools could receive enrollment ceiling increases at Monday evening’s meeting of the DC Public Charter School Board.
Early voting is getting underway for a special election in the District of Columbia.
The operators of a Washington Segway tour business have lost a lawsuit against the city over regulations that require tour guides to be knowledgeable about city history and architecture.
People waiting to attend to gay marriage cases being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court have been undeterred by snow falling in the nation’s capital.
District of Columbia officials are continuing to investigate whether some fire department rescue services were inappropriately out of service at a time when a police officer was seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash, Deputy Mayor Paul Quander said Friday.
Leaders from across the District of Columbia municipal government gathered last April for a summit on cybersecurity, where they agreed in writing on the need to improve computer safety training for its workers.
What began as a routine assembly at Anne Beers Elementary in Southeast ended with a third grade teacher in tears as she realized the gathering was scheduled so she could be honored with a $25,000 prize for her efforts in education.