The D.C. police union is ramping up criticism of Chief Cathy Lanier as the District's homicide count continues to rise.
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On Friday night, D.C. registered its 105th killing this year, equaling the total count of homicides in 2014.
Local Black Lives Matter activists interrupted Mayor Muriel Bowser during a speech she gave on a new anti-crime plan Thursday morning.
Police Chief Cathy Lanier shared crime statistics and motives in a citywide email to police-district listservs yesterday.
On Tuesday, the District’s Public Service Commission blocked Exelon, a Chicago-based utilities company, from merging with Pepco—a proposed $6.4 billion takeover.
A nonlethal shooting that involved a W8 Metrobus Friday night has led Metro to discontinue service along Elvans Road SE, in Shepherds Parkway, after 7 p.m.
The city recorded 105 total homicides last year.
Marcus King, a 19-year-old suspect in this past Saturday’s fatal shooting of Matthew Shlonsky, 23, turned himself into police custody Thursday afternoon.
To build or not to build? That is the question before the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
Three fatal shootings occurred across the District Tuesday afternoon, bringing this year's homicide tally to 97. Last year's total homicide count was 105.
The District saw a record 20.2 million tourists last year, with increases in both international and domestic tourism.
Matthew Shlonsky died Saturday after being shot near the Shaw-Howard Metro station, at 7th and S streets NW, around 5 p.m. He was 23-years-old.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier noted at a press conference Thursday that a significant number of homicides this year have involved repeat violent offenders.
David Wilson, an inmate convicted for being the getaway driver in a D.C. murder case, uncovered the existence of a confession he says will exonerate him, but nobody can find the tape.
Three men were shot near 7th and O streets NW in Shaw around 10 p.m. last night.