Arrest made in Jay Street slaying, police say.

The 100th day of 2021 had a high that was well above average.

Tony Lewis Jr. has dedicated his career to helping former prisoners. On Saturday, he and others gathered at BLM Plaza to fight for his father’s freedom.

Three other people were injured, the fire department said.

D.C. is discussing removing reversible vehicle lanes, adding protected bike lanes and removing parking from one of its busiest commuter corridors.

Hail and thunder also visited the Washington region. Fires were blamed on lightning.

Under proposal, spending would increase by at least 3.6 percent per student.

Students are coming to school with cases, but city officials say they are not seeing spread.

Death of Capitol Officer William ‘Billy’ Evans is ruled a homicide.

Board members discussed waiving a transfer fee and charging flat fees on Metrorail.

Paul Tschudi, 73, was a grief counselor and Vietnam War veteran.

No decision has been made on the annual fireworks display.

The woman’s mouth was seen to be bloodied as police held her on the ground.

In addition to Ashli Babbitt, who was fatally shot by a police officer, two people died of natural causes and another of drug intoxication.

Police said the driver jumped off a highway overpass and, during his arrest, a federal officer deployed a stun gun.

In the past year, the young players have moved from one borrowed or rented space to another. And twice, the police have been called on them.

Fire officials say a dog also died in the Monroe Street fire.

Police said three men and one woman suffered injuries not believed to be life-threatening.

Washington relishes three days of blue skies, afternoon warmth and no April showers.

Proposal to create public park instead of halfway house in Ward 7 fails by wide margin.

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