Maryland teaming up with Commanders on new stadium site

Maryland is working to keep the Washington Commanders to remain in-state and is offering to build FedEx Field’s replacement stadium on undeveloped land adjacent to the current location.

Here come Washington’s cherry blossoms!

It was snowing last Saturday. But now spring is finally arriving in the nation’s capital.

D.C. recruits more women in police department

Washington – The D.C. Metropolitan Police and Mayor Muriel Bowser have signed the 30×30 initiative, which calls for more women police officers. It will ensure that 30 percent of new officer classes are women by 2030. 

Police investigate attack on Russian restaurant as a possible hate crime

Washington – A Russian restaurant in Washington may be feeling the backlash from Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Police are investigating vandalism to the restaurant as a possible hate crime.

Policy proposal to allow cyclists and scooters to yield instead of stopping

The legislation will also ban right turn on red for vehicles in an attempt to protect pedestrians.

DC making moves to tackle food insecurity among low income residents

Washington – DC Health partnered with FRESHFARM to provide fresh produce to low income residents through Produce Plus,  a supplemental assistance program overseen by DC Health. Beginning this summer, FRESHFARM will manage the program to connect local farmers and vendors…

Washington Capitals fans return for the first time in over a year

Washington DC – After a year of watching the Caps on the T.V., fans are finally back in the stands of Capital One Arena. Attendance is limited to 10% of venue capacity, which totals 2,100 fans, and season ticket holders…

The Washington Monument is reopening

After being closed since March, the Washington Monument is finally ready to reopen to the public Thursday, October 1st. However, there are guidelines in place that guest must follow before entering the monument.

Visit these hidden historical gems this Presidents Day weekend

This story was updated on Feb. 21, 2022 to reflect changes in museum offerings. Although Presidents Day is held in February because of its proximity to the birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, the federal holiday is regarded by…

Smithsonian’s chief says more museums must wait, maintenance is top priority

WASHINGTON – As the public demand for new museums increases, the Smithsonian Institution’s chief says his top priority is getting on top of a huge maintenance backlog at the world’s largest museum and research complex before he considers expanding.  Smithsonian…