D.C.'s Department of Health has updated its list of high-risk states to include nearby Pennsylvania.
This year, the Marine Corps Marathon won’t happen in person, but that’s not stopping one of its most durable runners from completing the race on his own.
D.C. voters will have several contests, plus a measure, on their ballots when they vote in the 2020 election.
An updated list of coronavirus case totals, deaths and recoveries in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
DC's Attorney General Karl Racine is suing Washington Hebrew Congregation over alleged violations of law discovered after families made sexual abuse allegations against a one-time employee of the synagogue's day care.
A nonprofit in charge of improving the National Mall is launching a project to find ideas to save D.C.'s Tidal Basin from being reclaimed by nature.
The United State Holocaust Memorial Museum in D.C. will reopen with coronavirus restrictions in place on Monday.
Dozens of colleges and universities are finding themselves on the receiving end of lawsuits from students and parents demanding refunds for tuition paid for in-person classes moved online during the pandemic.
In the shadow of protests that erupted in violence over the summer, some D.C. business owners are wondering what a contentious 2020 election may bring.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival announced Tuesday that the iconic spring celebration will proceed as planned in 2021 with some changes due to COVID-19 restrictions in the nation's capital. The beloved parade, however, has been canceled.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture is currently displaying Los Angeles Lakers’ legend Kobe Bryant’s game-worn jersey.
The District's exposure notification system, which relies on Bluetooth technology to match anonymous signals to phones that were in close contact when someone test positive for COVID-19, has now launched and is live. D.C. officials are calling it DC CAN.
D.C. Police are searching for the suspect behind a deadly shooting in Southeast over the weekend that left a 23-year-old woman dead. It's the latest case in a surge of murders in the District.
Concerns about the mail have been high for many months now since reports that the U.S. Postal Service was scaling back in overtime and was also removing sorting equipment.
A Howard County 102-year-old celebrated her birthday in epic fashion Sunday.
Three years ago, D.C. was the epicenter of the largest protest in modern history as millions of protesters took to the streets for Women’s Marches.
The Smithsonian National Zoo's giant panda cub will reach a new milestone on Friday –– he will officially be 8 weeks old!
Multiple protests broke out in D.C. Thursday morning around the final phases of the Senate Judiciary Hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
A priest of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. known for his YouTube series of advice and life hacks for Catholics was named by Pope Francis on Wednesday as the new bishop of the Diocese of Springfield.
FOX 5 has learned over 100 Prince George’s County Public Schools employees have tested positive for COVID-19 since March.