Posts Tagged ‘district line daily’

District Line Daily: Triple Shooting in Shaw

Three men were shot near 7th and O streets NW in Shaw around 10 p.m. last night.

District Line Daily: D.C. Closer to Policy on Cops’ Body Cameras

Mayor Bowser has proposed allowing certain footage from D.C. police body cameras to be made public.

District Line Daily: Woman Shot by Police Faces Charges

Renita Nettles, 22, faces charges of assault on a police officer, assault with a dangerous weapon, and arson. She remains in serious condition at a hospital.

District Line Daily: Metro Fail

A derailed Metro train caused massive delays for area commuters on Thursday. Delays continued into this morning.

District Line Daily: Three Cheers for Beer

You'll definitely want to read our 2015 Beer Issue after your catastrophic Metro commute this morning.

District Line Daily: Capital BikeShare to Expand

Capital BikeShare will grow by 577 bicycles and about 60 stations this fall, totaling $3.5 million in costs.

District Line Daily: Police Chiefs Tackle Violence

Major cities’ police chiefs, including D.C. Chief Cathy Lanier, met yesterday to discuss strategies for combating the national spike in violent crime.

District Line Daily: D.C. Statehood Meets HBO

“Let them have gun laws! Let them have weed! Let them decide the things that they need!”

District Line Daily: Officials Tackle Gun Violence

At a press conference Thursday, Mayor Muriel Bowser and Police Chief Cathy Lanier railed against violent crime and illegal guns in the District, providing updates on two incidents in July.

District Line Daily: Fishy Business

Tenants of the Maine Avenue Fish Market say D.C. and developers are trying to push them out.

District Line Daily: Killing Near Police HQ

A man was fatally stabbed Monday afternoon near the Metropolitan Police Department's headquarters.

District Line Daily: Prostitution Stings Continue

More than 60 men have been arrested over the past two weeks in downtown D.C. as part of a sting operation against prostitution.

District Line Daily: Scooby Park

Starburst Plaza in Northeast has seen a growing number of synthetic-drug incidents in the past few weeks. The surrounding community is trying to clean it up.

District Line Daily: Dying with Dignity

“It’s not that I want to die. It’s that I want to control my own suffering.”

District Line Daily: On the Table

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe said the District isn't "off the table" as a possible home for the Washington Pigskins.