Three bodies were in the first two vehicles. Death toll is six.

The region is urging Gov. Ralph Northam to restore some road funds to help relieve the area’s chronic gridlock.

It was the third dog-related high-profile mishap by United Airlines.

Metro's fleet will be transformed, but other changes might not be readily discernible.

Updated at 5:36 a.m. Metro said it has restored service on the Blue and Orange lines. Blu/Org Line: Train service restored btwn Stadium-Armory & Landover following derailment repairs outside Cheverly. Expect residual delays. — Metrorail Info (@Metrorailinfo) March 16, 2018 Metro spokesman Dan Stessel said in an email that there had been a “minor derailment […]

Phil Mendelson says the council won’t stop Mayor Muriel E. Bowser from going along with plan Virginia’s legislature approved.

The district attorney's office in Harris County, Texas — where the flight originated — said Wednesday that its animal cruelty division is conducting an investigation into potential criminal wrongdoing in the French bulldog's death.

Updated at 7:18 a.m. All northbound lanes of Interstate 95 have reopened after several vehicles were involved in a crash near Beltsville, Md. The delays are up to four miles near MD 212. FINAL: Multi-Veh Crash w/Inj. I-95 NB before MD-212. PG Co MD. Incident contained right shoulder & all travel lanes open. Delays appx […]

“I’m worried about everything I’ve ever worked for,” said pilot Betty Pina, who is suing the airline.

Six D.C. Council members oppose Richmond proposal for city to contribute more than Virginia and Maryland.

Trevor Cadigan was one of five passengers who died Sunday after a helicopter crashed in New York City's East River.

But a senior Republican senator points to funding challenges and a need for the president to offer new revenue ideas.

With so much carnage on U.S. roadways, some question the effectiveness of “Vision Zero” initiatives.

When the family went to United Airlines' cargo center at Kansas City airport, they were met by a Great Dane that was inside a pet carrier that looked similar to their German shepherd's.

Airline policy says pets can travel in the cabin as long as their kennel or carrier will fit under the seat in front of the passenger, but witnesses say the family was told it wouldn't be allowed to fly unless its puppy was put in the overhead bin.

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