Decriminalization of less than an ounce of marijuana would soon become law in the District, but Police Chief Cathy Lanier says she doesn't think it will have a "huge impact" on D.C. crime.
Work on the bridge that connected East and West Beach Drive in Rock Creek Park continues, but DDOT says they are on schedule to open by next month.
The federal program that helps pay for child care for low-income families hasn't been reauthorized for almost two decades, but a bi-partisan group of lawmakers is trying to make that happen this week.
The campaign treasurer for former D.C. Council member Michael Brown was indicted for stealing $115,000 from a campain account.
Virginia's planned takeover of the Jefferson-Houston School in Alexandria has been the source of criticism, but it may be a lack of funding that ultimately puts the change on hold.
Winds are not only chilling area residents to the bones, they're also knocking out power for many in the region.
Lawmakers in Maryland have approved a bill that would force retailers to notify customers when in-store Wi-Fi is being used to track them through a store.
Buses on 16th Street in D.C. continue to be a major headache for commuters, as overcrowding leaves many would-be riders out in the cold. Change may be slow in coming.
Howard County Police painted a picture of Columbia Mall shooter Darion Aguilar on Wednesday — a mentally-ill young man obsessed with the Columbine shooting.
The Virginia legislative session wrapped up last weekend, but already lawmakers are looking back on what might have been in terms of gun control legislation.
Maintaining a healthy mind into old age requires conscious effort in a number of factors, and according to a new index released this week, no state cultivates brains better than Maryland.
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