A backpack full of socket adapters and a book with the word “Kill” on it were about all police turned up before releasing the men.

Lots of Capital Pride celebrations, a 5K, sporting events, and a major cycling event will draws thousands to the Washington region.

Drivers should expect some delays Friday morning as part of the Beltway’s inner loop is closed after a crash. Officials said lanes are likely to be closed near US 50 in Fairfax as crews are on the scene cleaning up. Early Friday morning, three lanes were blocked. The delays are roughly two miles so far […]

UPDATE, 4:20 p.m.: D.C. police tweeted that one northbound lane of 16th Street is open. ORIGINAL POST: A crash closed northbound lanes of 16th Street Northwest in D.C. during Thursday’s rush, authorities said. At about 4:05 p.m., the Metropolitan Area Transportation Operations Coordination tweeted that 16th Street northbound was closed past Irving Street NW. D.C. police […]

Drivers are advised to avoid the area.

Maryland makes rideshare service official at BWI, but adds a $2.50 per trip surcharge.

Metrto will completely retire its fleet of 1K and 4K-series rail cars by July 1, six months earlier than previously projected.

In a previous role, Pekoske served as vice commandant and chief operating officer for the Coast Guard.

A man suspected in several indecent exposure incidents on Metro and Metrobus was arrested and charged this week, authorities said Wednesday. Metro Transit Police said Louis Edward Smith III, 37, of Oxon Hill, is facing multiple indecent exposure charges for several incidents that occurred in the transit system in the last few months. Smith was arrested Monday evening at […]

Drivers are advised to use caution Wednesday morning in the area of 17th Street in Northeast Washington because of an earlier power outage. While Pepco said power has been restored along 17th Street NE near Bladensburg and Mount Olivet Roads NE, crews may have to manually reset some traffic lights that could still not be […]

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