D.C. police said the guard, who was not identified, had confronted a man who had been barred from the apartment building.

Driver killed when car leaves Prince George's road.

The 17-year-old was a senior at KIPP DC College Preparatory Public Charter School.

An electrical cord caused the fire in the Cabin John area, according to the county fire department.

The man was shot in the 6600 block of Ronald Road in Capitol Heights, police said.

The gunman says he mistakenly killed young Karon Brown while firing in self-defense at an adult who threatened him.

Police arrest man who they say took a vehicle belonging to a federal police officer who had his firearm inside.

Cheyenne Brown, 29, left her home in the Benning neighborhood on Sept. 30, boarded a bus and never returned, her mother said.

D.C. police charged Clifton Browne, 57, with second-degree murder in the death of Luther Brooks.

The Social Media Caucus in D.C. was created as a counterweight to the inundation of social media that may normalize violence or trigger anger or anxiety from past trauma teens have witnessed in their lives.

Shooting occurred at off campus apartment, according to VSU

As Arlington County embarks on an effort to strengthen trust with immigrant residents, the details of what that will look like — particularly over when and how police communicate with federal immigration officials — remains an open question.

The death of the 26-year-old man is being investigated by a cross-regional team of detectives, police announced.

The District's police chief met with city teens to discuss crime and violence at youth summit.

D.C. police say a 40-year-old man was fatally shot early Saturday in Southeast Washington

Police said that Carlos Alexander Torres fled the scene after the Sept. 1 crash.

Two victims and a good Samaritan follow fleeing carjackers, police say, leading to their capture.

He was found outside his house in Lanham, according to police.

Amar Salim Shabazz, 23, is accused of purchasing and distributing fake coronavirus vaccine cards.

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