DC Police Officer Injured as Driver Flees Traffic StopPolice say a Washington officer has been injured following a traffic stop that led to a car chase which ended in northern Virginia.
D.C. a Step Closer to Body Cameras After Council VoteThe District of Columbia is one step closer to outfitting all patrol police officers with body cameras after a vote by the D.C. Council.
Police: Group of Young People Commits 'Flash Mob' RobberyAuthorities say a group of young people rushed into a high-end clothing store in Georgetown and robbed the business.
Off-Duty Officer Shoots Man at Union StationAn off-duty police officer from Maryland shot a man with a knife in Union Station on Saturday, police say.
D.C. Police Officer Hits Pedestrian in NorthwestA MPD officer struck a pedestrian at Connecticut Ave. and L St. NW Monday afternoon, and both the pedestrian and the officer were injured.
D.C. Awarded $1M to Expand Body Worn Camera ProgramThe District will be expanding its Body Worn Camera Program, and the Justice Department has awarded $1 million to the city to support the expansion.
Fatal Shootings Bring D.C. Homicide Total to 114District of Columbia police are investigating two overnight homicides.
Slaying of 22-Year-Old Man is 106th Homicide in D.C. in 2015District of Columbia police say a 22-year-old man was killed and two others were injured in a shooting in northeast Washington.
D.C. Police Union Members Vote No Confidence in ChiefThe vast majority of Washington police union members who responded to a recent poll say they do not have confidence in Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier.
Several Shootings in D.C. Despite All MPD Officers On-DutyD.C. Police have reported seven shootings during the first night of a department-wide initiative to crack down on violent crime in the District.
D.C. Police Continue Prostitution Crackdown, Arrest 9 More MenPolice say they've now made more than 200 arrests as they try to curb an increase in street prostitution in downtown Washington.
D.C. Chief: Repeat Offenders Driving Increase in HomicidesPolice Chief Cathy Lanier says repeat violent offenders on the streets, an influx of high-powered guns and the prevalence of synthetic drugs are all factors in the homicide increase in the District of Columbia.
Police Seek Suspect in Fatal Southeast D.C. ShootingPolice are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect wanted in connection with a homicide in southeast Washington.
Police: Woman Shot by Officer in Stable ConditionA woman shot by a District of Columbia police officer remains hospitalized as police continue to investigate the circumstances of the shooting.
D.C. Police Make Arrest in August 2014 HomicideDistrict of Columbia police say they've arrested a man in a double shooting nearly a year ago that left one man dead.