Speaking with federal investigators Thursday, Sulaimon Brown said that now-Mayor Vincent Gray gave him talking points in the race against Adrian Fenty.
A jury heard from both attorneys and a witness Wednesday in the opening day of the Lululemon murder trial, in which Brittany Norwood is accused of the premeditated killing of her coworker.
Drugs like anti-depressants and hormones from birth control are known to find their way into area waterways -- so don't flush those pills, turn them in.
Former Abramoff lobbyist Kevin Ring was sentenced by a jury to almost two years in jail on Wednesday for attempting to bribe employees of Congressmen and people in the Justice Department.
Six employees and one customer were arrested in police raids Wednesday at two Capitol Hemp locations.
The Richmond Tea Party is demanding $10,000 from the city for charges they say they shouldn't have had to pay.
The Domestic Violence Center in Prince George's County has been helping victims for a year, but some are concerned that budget problems in Maryland could affect their operation.
The court saw evidence and heard its first full day of testimony in the trial of Brittany Norwood, who is accused of murdering her coworker at a Bethesda Lululemon yoga shop in March.
Fairfax County is on the lookout for bilingual election officers for the November 8 election.
Mayor Vincent Gray has proposed a 5 percent sales tax on movie theater concessions to fund an Anacostia movie theater and provide incentives to filmmakers.
The Maryland highway administration is loaning out its workers' reflective vests for trick-or-treaters on Halloween.
The CDC recorded 42 instances of salmonella infections across six states, prompting a recall of Turkish pine nuts sold in Wegmans stores.
A young demographic is flocking to the D.C. area more and more, according to Census data released this week.
After a few public hearings, Rep. Chris Van Hollen says the super committee needs to focus on moving the economy, but despite that, the panel is making progress.
A huge effort to search for a missing autistic boy from Virginia turned up nothing yesterday, and one volunteer that joined in the search says that both the terrain, and the emotional aspect of the disappearance, have made the search difficult.
Hundreds of teachers were let go from DCPS this year, but the evaluation system was supposed to terminate ineffective teachers, and keep the good ones. But some teachers with high ratings are still finding themselves unemployed.