Emergency management official praises the city’s performance, but lawmakers are skeptical.

“It could have been a prankster, but it’s filtered out already,” said Brian Hall, a spokesman for the National Park Service.

City transportation officials said they will widen a sidewalk and improve the bike lane where a cyclist was killed.

One victim is described by police as a juvenile.

We received haikus, drawings and letters written in French. People took the time to tell us what had happened and when. In all, we received 43 letters.

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D.C. officials object, but erroneous releases of federal prisoners feed tensions with U.S. Marshals Service

Officials promise a report on the pumping-station incident within 30 days.

Human error was behind the problem, which is now restricted to the northeast section of the city, D.C. Water says.

  • Perspective

Community members pushed for an age-progression photo of the missing D.C. girl.

Queen was hugged on her visit to Southeast street in 1991.

After a decade of baseball along the Anacostia, a neighborhood blooms, but can regular people afford it?

The crash occurred about 3 a.m. on Pennsylvania Avenue in Southeast Washington, police said.

The man was shot two blocks from police headquarters.

The police chief described as ‘inexcusable’ the officers’ failure to explain the search to the homeowners.

‘It could be any of us’: Cyclists pay respect to rider killed in bike lane and urge change

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