U.S. Capitol police officer Eugene Goodman, who confronted rioters during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 delaying their access to the Senate chamber, will be recognized by the Washington Nationals.
A miniature version of the Statue of Liberty that previously resided in France has been sent to Washington for a 10-year stay.
Metro's Board of Directors approved improvements to Metrobus and Metrorail service on Thursday, including extended hours and lower fares to support the region's recovery and encourage more customers to return to transit.
The Memorial Day rush is getting started across the D.C. region and a significant rebound in traffic – and some of the highest gas prices in years -- are expected following a season when many missed vacations due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
The Washington Wizards will be able to welcome nearly 10,000 fans to Capital One Arena for the first round of the playoffs as D.C. has approved the request to increase capacity to 50%.
For the past three years, a suspect has reportedly been dressing as a police officer and pepper spraying people in Meridian Hill Park in Northwest D.C., according to residents.
A petition has been created and signed by more than 43,000 people urging First Lady Jill Biden and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff to "restore the Rose Garden" at the White House.
Two D.C. police cars were totaled after officers decided to drag race each other, according to an internal email obtained exclusively by FOX 5’s Lindsay Watts.
Washington Wizards fans have waited a long time to return to Capitol One Arena to see their team – but they couldn’t have a better match-up in front of them when they arrive in downtown D.C. tonight.
Health officials in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia have temporarily discontinued the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after federal health officials recommended a "pause" on using the vaccine after six cases of a rare type of blood clotting were reported in the United States.
A player for the Washington Nationals tested positive for COVID-19, and four teammates and a staff member have been quarantined on the eve of the start of the regular season after contact tracing, general manager Mike Rizzo said Wednesday.
The two teenage girls charged with the death and carjacking of an Uber Eats driver will appear in family court Wednesday. The attack happened last Tuesday afternoon near Nationals Park in Southeast D.C. when investigators say the suspects assaulted 66-year-old Mohammad Anwar with a taser while attempting to pull off the carjacking that resulted in the crash.
For years, the DC Office of Unified Communications (OUC) has been criticized on how it handles 911 calls and responds to emergencies. After an oversight hearing last week, the department announced all dispatchers will receive 10 times the amount of current training.
Former FOX 5 reporter Beth Parker, who came into your homes for almost two decades while covering stories across the D.C. region, has died.
The Washington Nationals have put into place new health and safety measures for fans returning to the stands at Nationals Park this season.
The District’s Attorney General is suing a Dupont Circle gym’s owners for reportedly violating the city’s COVID-19 guidelines.
A D.C. National Guard member died after a medical emergency, officials confirmed Thursday.
Authorities in the District have issued a Silver Alert for a missing elderly man from the Southeast.
D.C.’s Metro system is looking at a number of major cuts after the COVID-19 pandemic decimated its ridership over the course of the past year.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser introduced a bill to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana in the District, saying the proposal would also help neighborhoods disproportionally impacted by criminalized weed.