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D.C. police will resume blood-alcohol tests for suspected drunken drivers later this week, two years after the program was suspended because of testing equipment flaws.
The District of Columbia Council has given final approval to a $10.8 billion budget proposal.
D.C. police records released Wednesday show Bill Gates, Jay-Z and other celebrities have received escorts similar to the one officers gave actor Charlie Sheen.
WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck takes an in-depth look at concussions and the effects they have on student athletes.
Nearly a month after the 'commute from hell' crippled the D.C. region, local leaders are still trying to figure out what happened.
D.C. Council member Phil Mendelson, chair of the D.C. Council's Judiciary Committee, held a hearing on bike and pedestrian safety and posed the question: Do drivers get a free pass when it comes to traffic enforcement?
An assistant D.C. police chief is on administrative leave while the department investigates allegations that she was involved in cheating on a test given to command staff.
A D.C. Council member says he will introduce a bill that would require kids to be examined by a professional if they are suspected of getting a concussion while playing a sport.
A local politician is making a strange request to avoid confusion at the polls.
What was supposed to be a night of dinner in the city turned into something much more for a Kensington mom.