With so many Fourth of July festivities canceled, many communities in the D.C. region and around the country are foregoing their traditional observances during this pandemic.
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.
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.
D.C. police are issuing a warning after a child was injured while setting off fireworks within a home in Southeast on Wednesday.
An updated list of coronavirus case totals, deaths and recoveries in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
The District is breaking new ground today.
Details on President Trump’s July 4 “Salute to America” event in the District were released on Wednesday – and it will include not only the traditional fireworks display, but demonstrations from the U.S. Navy Blue Angels and the Air Force Thunderbirds.
Protesters have set up a guillotine outside a complex in Washington, D.C., where Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos reportedly has a home, according to social media and multiple reports.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is deploying a special federal unit across the country for the July 4 weekend in order to protect federal monuments and statues from a possible fresh wave of vandalism.
In an exclusive interview Tuesday, the descendant of Booker T. Washington and great-great-great-grandson to Frederick Douglass tells FOX 5 he believes the Emancipation Memorial, depicting President Abraham Lincoln standing over a shirtless and kneeling formerly enslaved man, should stay.
In recent weeks, protesters in metropolitan areas throughout the country have been loudly demanding that cities defund their police forces.
Veteran crime journalist Paul Wagner reported for WTTG for the last time Tuesday.
A new study has ranked the nation's capital as the worst-run city in America during the coronanvirus pandemic.
Although the fate of most large sports events remains in limbo in the era of COVID-19, the District is looking to the future.
Two D.C. graduates from different schools have something in common, they’re both Harvard bound fall of 2020 on full ride scholarships.
If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or believe you may have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, D.C. residents over the age of 6 can get tested for free with or without an appointment at a number of sites throughout the District.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and Mayor Muriel Bowser are working together to move the civil rights organization's headquarters to the District.
One of the four men charged in the attempt to topple the Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette Park made his first federal court appearance Monday.
Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman and pitcher Joe Ross have decided not to participate in the 2020 season, the general manager announced Monday in a statement.
Some activists pushing for its removal would like to see a monument to an African-American woman in its place