The Fourth of July is right around the corner and due to the coronavirus pandemic, the holiday will look a lot different this year in the nation's capital.
As colleges grapple with how to stay open this fall, many students are questioning whether to enroll at all.
With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public, and families were urged to celebrate their independence at home. Even then, they were told to keep their backyard cookouts small.
A family in South Florida is mourning the loss of their 11-year-old boy, who passed away from the coronavirus, they said.
The MiLB said that the move allows for “our teams to begin planning for an exciting 2021 season of affordable family entertainment.”
Coronavirus has impacted travel well beyond the Fourth of July holiday especially for those looking to travel overseas. In fact, with travel restrictions in place some Americans are finding themselves not welcome in other countries.
It’s a story FOX 5 has been covering relentlessly, Maryland’s months-long struggle to pay people their unemployment benefits. New numbers out Thursday show the backlog of people waiting hasn’t changed much this week over last.
Firefighter/EMTs help people every day, but now even those who were sidelined by COVID-19 are potentially helping dozens of patients in some cases fighting the virus in critical care units or on ventilators.
A new study found which types of masks offer the best protection against the coronavirus.
According to a recent survey, local news outlets are a more trusted source for COVID-19 information than the Trump administration and national media.
An updated list of coronavirus case totals, deaths and recoveries in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Beginning Wednesday, Six Flags America opens its gates for the first time this season to members and season ticket holders.
College students in Alabama who contracted the coronavirus have been attending COVID-19 parties over the past few weeks as part of a game to intentionally infect others, according to a city council member.
As the White House explores sending another stimulus check to Americans still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic, new research suggests the first cash payment and expansive government aid was vital in preventing a rise in poverty.
An elderly couple in Texas reportedly died last week only 50 minutes apart from one other, while holding hands at a Fort Worth hospital, as each of them succumbed to complications from the novel coronavirus.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser urged District residents to safely celebrate over the Fourth of July holiday weekend -- not only to prevent further spread of the coronavirus -- but to avoid injuries associated with fireworks.
The nation's top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci says states should consider adding a different testing strategy for COVID-19 known as “pool testing.” He says the White House Coronavirus Task Force is seriously considering it.
As reopenings continue, many businesses and organizations are looking to protect themselves from legal liabilities. That includes asking people to sign waivers to prevent people from suing them if they contract COVID-19.
Record coronavirus case counts were reported across the state, including Tarrant County.
The U.S. has set a new record for confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in a single day as new coronavirus infections surge across the country amid hasty reopenings in many states. 44,766 new cases were logged by Johns Hopkins’ Coronavirus Resource Center on July 1, surpassing previous record days in June and April.