The violence included a freeway shooting and the slaying of a woman outside her apartment building.
The atmosphere is ripe for a few storms today, especially south of town. But much more widespread activity is forecast Sunday as a cold front plows through the area.
With two days left, it will come down to the wire as to whether or not May 2015 holds its position in first place, but the chances are good.
Police say they found 21-year-old with marijuana and possibly cocaine; school district has suspended him.
In its total form, a rainbow truly never ends.
Virginia’s senators urge president to appoint veteran prosecutor Dana Boente to lead Eastern District.
Trains may be up to 15 minutes late.
Water main break near Union Station caused some earlier street closures.
Culinary incubator EatsPlace will dish out Filipino street food on June 12 and 13.
Dwayne Johnson stars in the all-too-familiar disaster flick “San Andreas” and Cameron Crowe’s “Aloha” is “an inchoate mess."
Police said distributing the hate-filled leaflets is not a crime.
Skies have really been striking a pose this week.
No one was on the elevator or observation level when the problem was found on Thursday.
The Pittsburgh-based PAC funded mailers in Susan Stimpson’s quest to unseat William J. Howell.
It is unknown how long the southbound lanes at Braddock Road exit will be closed.
We've witnessed supercells - those big beastly rotating thunderstorms - every day, six tornadoes, and tons of other amazing sights.
Thomas Jefferson’s Capitol sort-of, kind-of at work.
Milton largely wrote about news in Wards 7 and 8 and was determined to show that these neighborhoods are more than just the city's poorer wards.
A bolt of lightning strikes a church in Maine in a flash of electricity and sparks.
Mr. Byers led the collegiate athletic association for 36 years, guiding it to unprecedented wealth and influence.
The hot, humid weekend will feature many summery events, but no big traffic-disrupter. Watch that Metrorail schedule, though.