A couple who enrolled their children in D.C. schools but lived in Maryland and Virginia are facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s decision to drop charges in the remaining trials connected to the death of Freddie Gray shows that she didn’t have the evidence to prosecute the six police officers in the first place, said several lawyers who have followed the trials.
A new art installation at the Virginia Quilt Museum rivals the quilting skills of grandmothers and home ec students alike.
If you ride the Red Line, don’t head to work, head to the beach, Metro officials are saying as they encourage Maryland commuters to stay off the busiest subway line for much of the month of August while tracks are repaired.
A judge has acquitted a sheriff who was charged with assaulting his wife during a domestic dispute.
Washington’s iconic Union Station was evacuated over a rush-hour bomb threat Wednesday afternoon, though the all-clear was sounded after less than an hour.
Prosecutors Wednesday morning dropped all remaining charges against three officers who were waiting to stand trial in connection with the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore.
As D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser mingles with Hollywood celebrities to push statehood at the Democratic National Convention, some lifelong statehood activists in the District are wondering what happened to their grass-roots movement.
With the Democratic Party’s ongoing kumbaya moment in Philadelphia sucking the wind out of front page-worthy news, this is as good a time as any to note two national criminal justice stories.
Opting to watch a movie instead of going for a hike in the heat may sound like an excuse, but with scorching temperatures across the U.S., it could be a matter of life or death.
The National Mall in Washington, D.C., will host a rally next year being put together by Insane Clown Posse, a Detroit-based rap group whose die-hard fans, “juggalos,” have been described by the FBI as a “loosely organized hybrid gang.”
WUSA-TV in Washington, D.C., reported Tuesday that an anonymous donor has stepped forward to foot the funeral costs for Zema Williams, better known as Redskins superfan Chief Zee.