Four people were shot in Northeast Washington after a gunman opened fire Wednesday afternoon.
District of Columbia officials are again asking a judge to uphold gun registration requirements put in place after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the city’s decades-old ban on handguns in 2008.
The D.C. Department of Transportation is warning motorists to prepare for delays due to street closures downtown.
Troubled singer Chris Brown is heading to rehab.
A deputy attorney general says District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray supports decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana because the drug is not particularly harmful and because arresting people for possession can do significant damage.
Public school teachers in the District of Columbia are improving their performance because they’re motivated by the possibility of substantial pay raises or because they don’t want to get fired, according to a study.
An investigation into fires in three District of Columbia fire department ambulances in August says the blazes were accidental.
House and Senate Democrats say they’ll reject a bid by Republicans to reopen portions of the government, including national parks and processing of claims at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A federal government shutdown is looming but the city government for the nation’s capital insists it will be open for business as usual.
Motorists in D.C. have racked up nearly $70 million in traffic camera fines this year, and that number is only going to increase as the city plans to more than double its number of traffic enforcement cameras.