Warner says a more targeted covid-19 package may be necessary.

Young Black residents are three times more likely to be infected by the coronavirus, and they are less likely to be vaccinated.

All around Washington, foxes are sneaking off with that day’s paper.

The council voted unanimously on a budget that boosts social programs, thanks in part to billions of dollars from the federal government.

A “loathsome” photo inspired All Souls Unitarian to help Japanese schoolchildren.

Husband initially asked officers for directions, then an officer noticed a firearm sticking out of his shorts.

Authorities said the officers had responded to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

The council is set to take its first of two final votes on the fiscal 2022 budget Tuesday. A pitch to pay for a full-time librarian at all public school campuses was also among the 11th-hour suggestions.

Kervin Sanches had planned to wed his fiancee in October.

The D.C. mayor is accused of going maskless at an indoor wedding on the same day the reimposed mandate took effect.

There’s more than one way to write a column. Just ask these readers.

Advocates say D.C. hasn’t put its money where its mouth is when it comes to taking control of parole.

They chanted “No me excluyas” — translating to “Don’t exclude me” — and “El pueblo unido jamás será vencido” — translating to “The people united, will never be defeated.”

Sadly, the answer is yes, even if you haven’t been bitten by one recently.

Venorica Tucker has been working since she was 13 and she has no plans to retire.

Attorney for Marktwan Hargraves, 22, said prosecution case ‘based on nothing.’

Authorities accused them of trespassing.

Police identified the victim as a 31-year-old.

Dogs, once the source of pandemic joy for so many, are presenting new challenges as pet parents prepare to return to offices. Dog day-care services have reported spikes in business.

When it comes to demanding felines, it’s meow or never.

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