Secretary of the Interior takes issue with team's name, rebuffs mayor's attempt to extend lease for RFK land.
For most of the area, a pleasant evening. Those under slow-moving showers, more of what we've been used to lately. Rain drops may be around at times tomorrow.
Planning is underway days before Independence Day events on the Mall.
About 2.5 million gallons of water spilled out of the 16-inch pipe under Georgia Avenue on Wednesday.
As Hogan continues to undergo cancer treatment, Boyd Rutherford tries to adjust to a new role.
But activists pushed for a $15 rate in 2020, alarming businesses and putting the mayor in an awkward spot.
A roundup of news from across the Washington region.
The 14-year-old was arrested Wednesday.
Hockey player here for World Police and Fire Games spent the night in Fairfax County jail.
He stole a purse from a couple while they visited a grave.
A student sued a Virginia school board, alleging that its school restroom policy is discriminatory.
In July 1975, a pair of audacious teens threw the country’s first rock- and-roll convention. This is their story.
A huge amount of water is on the road after a 16-inch water main broke.
Among incidents reported by police in Alexandria and Arlington.
Alexandria Black History Museum, Alexandria Legacies, CrisisLink and bike camp need volunteers.
Listings of homes sold recently in Alexandria and Arlington.
Books-a-Million in Dupont Circle is closing its doors on July 18.
Fourth of July celebrations, concerts, exhibits, workshops, and walking events throughout the area.
The bear has been traveling under I-270, from Germantown to Clarksburg.
It’s the second time in a month authorities say they have seized an illegal alligator in Maryland.