More than 5,000 protesters gathered in D.C. Saturday, one of more than 600 marches in the United States opposing restrictive abortion laws.
A staff member suffered serious injuries after unknown man assaulted them with intent to commit sexual abuse in the G Street Garage Monday afternoon.
Every Friday, volunteers with Ward 2 Mutual Aid distribute nearly 100 packs of supplies to homeless people around Foggy Bottom.
Steven Brunetto alleges he broke his leg after crashing a motorized tricycle into a concrete wall during a project for his engineering class in 2019.
The 10 current and former officers are suing the department for $100 million, saying MPD failed to address incidents of sexual harassment.
D.C. officials said the program would house encampment residents in local apartments, but critics say the plan is missing details about housing options.
Hospital data shows about 10 patients have been transported to the hospital each month since the helipad’s opening in late 2019.
The University scheduled returning students’ move-in dates for Monday, Wednesday and Friday of next week following air quality tests at the buildings.
An unidentified subject pointed a handgun at a male driver at the intersection of Virginia Avenue and 24th Street, according to an MPD report.
About 80 protesters marched from Washington Circle to the U.S. Capitol and urged lawmakers to pass legislation addressing climate change Monday.