A roundup of news from the District, Maryland and Virginia.
The “toss up” northern Virginia district is among the most competitive this year
Collisions with deer increase in autumn as the animals' mating season gets under way.
“We have to look at what is driving our spending upwards,” Deschenaux said.
Mayor says the city has hired Robert Bobb Group, some council members protest, question $300K cost
There was no evidence of trauma to her body, Montgomery County police said.
Elizabeth Garber-Paul testifies that she has regrets about the retracted article, wishes she had noticed red flags indicating potential problems before it published.
The longtime D.C. government official pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return, but he wants it made clear that he had nothing to do with the shadow campaign.
Plus, how indoor skydiving helps vets. Warren Graves sentencing, and more. [ more › ]
As vote on ambitious proposal looms, mayor questions whether it’s a good use of funds.
Forecasters and D.C. officials try to expect the unexpected as they get ready for storms.
It's seasonably chilly tonight and tomorrow.
National Park Service officials are warning pedestrians and cyclists to stay out of the construction zone or face fines and possible closure of the bike path.
The record is 'essentially not possible from a meteorological perspective,' analysis finds.
In which we got vaccinated by a registered nurse, courtesy of a ride-hailing app. [ more › ]
They make a game out of organizing belongings, and use the city as a living toom
Passengers are being evaluated for injuries from the crash, which occurred just before 2:30 p.m.
Tig Notaro and Malcolm Gladwell will also be part of the panel providing live commentary to "UHF", the 1989 cult comedy. [ more › ]
Cerveny said he didn't have an opportunity to see the show and correct it before it aired.
Following a Supreme Court ruling this summer, the board said the regulations were not constitutional. [ more › ]