Metro officials have announced they will not resume service of the 7000-series trains for about 90 days to allow time to focus on root cause analysis.
“Bradley Beal (health and safety protocols) is out tonight vs. New York,” read a post from the Washington Wizards’ Twitter account, the team playing at New York on Thursday.
Washington National Cathedral has announced all its Christmas services will be virtual this year due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the District.
A 22-year-old male faces serious injuries after a stabbing at the Minnesota Ave Metro station, MTPD says.
The Metro Transit Police Department responded to Columbia Heights station for shots fired Wednesday night following an altercation, officials say.
Jamal Butler, 47, was shot and killed by another driver in what police originally suspected was a road rage incident in Northeast D.C. Monday morning.
While some suburbs grapple with whether or not to maintain or drop indoor mask mandates, the District will drop its own indoor mask mandate starting next week.
With the Washington Football Team sitting at 2-6, facing a congressional investigation and still nameless after more than a year, some fans are choosing to switch allegiances altogether.
Metro has announced a delay in the reopening of Shady Grove and Rockville stations. Red Line customers can now expect the stations to reopen in mid-January 2022.
The Metrorail Silver Line extension project, which will provide access to Dulles International Airport, has reached substantial completion on Phase 2, according to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
The Washington Nationals know a thing or two about beating the Houston Astros on the road to win the World Series – and they didn’t waste any time taking a jab online at their old foe.
Georgetown University is planning to honor its class off 2020 with its own commencement ceremony on May 28 and 29, 2020.
Metro trains on the Green and Yellow Lines in D.C. are currently running on single rail only between Mt. Vernon Square and L'Enfant Plaza after reports of a train smoking on the tracks caused the fire department to respond at Gallery Place.
Members of Congress have sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Rodger Goodell requesting documents and information regarding the Washington Football Team’s hostile workplace culture and the league’s handling of this matter.
The mother of the daughter of a 20-year-old man who was killed last year during a police pursuit while he was riding a moped in D.C. has filed a $100 million wrongful death lawsuit against the District.
Metro officials say rail service is back to normal Friday following a train derailment earlier this week.
Green Line train service has been suspended due to a stabbing aboard a Branch Avenue-bound train near Anacostia.
Normal service will resume on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines Friday after a Metro train derailment Tuesday caused part of the route to close.
Metro service on the Blue Line was suspended Tuesday night between Pentagon and Foggy Bottom due to a train derailment and officials say there will be no rail service between the Rosslyn and Pentagon stations on Thursday after also suspending service Wednesday.
DC Councilmember Charles Allen is re-introducing his bill that would put a recurring $100 balance to D.C. resident’s SmarTrip card every month.