The feral cat that shut down an Anne Arundel County elementary school last week was found and trapped Tuesday morning inside the building.
Since July 2, the day interim Fire Chief Eugene Jones took command of the D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services department, the often-dysfunctional agency has been relatively quiet.
Public corruption case against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, wife goes to jury.
Chris Brown pleaded guilty on Tuesday to hitting a man outside a Washington hotel, an assault that occurred while the singer was on probation for attacking his then-girlfriend Rihanna.
Despite the congestion on the roadways during the Labor Day weekend, AAA Mid-Atlantic warns that Tuesday could bring some of the region’s worst gridlock as commuters settle back into typical routines.
Montgomery County Police say two men were killed and a third was hurt when their SUV hit a tree in Gaithersburg.
Metro Transit Police officers have discovered a man’s body in the parking garage at the Shady Grove Metro station.
A pilot lost consciousness and the plane drifted into restricted airspace over the nation’s capital, scrambling fighter jets that stayed with the small aircraft until it ran out of fuel and crashed Saturday into the Atlantic Ocean, the Coast Guard said.
Jurors in the federal corruption case against Bob McDonnell are being asked to consider whether the former Virginia governor took gifts and loans in exchange for performing “official acts,” but late Thursday lawyers were still haggling over how that term should be defined.
U.S. Park Police will not check the immigration status of the 145 people arrested outside of the White House on Thursday during a protest against the deportation of illegal immigrants.
A former D.C. Council candidate was sentenced on Thursday to 60 days in jail for making false reports to the District’s campaign finance office and concealing $140,000 he received from a shadow financier.
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