District aims to boost infrastructure jobs with training academy

The District of Columbia and local utility companies aim to eliminate a shortage of qualified and trained professionals in the city’s infrastructure industry with a new training academy.

Season-long inconsistencies still plague Wizards heading into playoffs

WASHINGTON – With the NBA playoffs upon them, the Washington Wizards have been struggling to find answers to issues that have plagued the team all season.

Prince George’s joins NAACP suit over 2020 Census

Prince George’s County officials joined an NAACP lawsuit against the Trump administration on Wednesday, concerned that the upcoming 2020 census may undercount minority citizens.

International rugby to make history in Washington in June

South Africa and Wales are set to face off in a historic rugby match at RFK Stadium this spring, highlighting the growth and popularity of the sport in the nation’s capital.

Better ball movement comes at a cost for the Wizards

The Washington Wizards have learned to pass the ball well without John Wall, but at the same time, their ball-handling mistakes underscore how much they miss the all-star guard.

Maryland SoccerPlex and D.C. United prep for unusual season home opener

With the 2018 MLS season set to start early next month, D.C. United will play its home opener against the Houston Dynamo at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Montgomery County.

Cardin introduces legislation banning military parades and exhibitions

Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin has introduced a bill that would prevent the allocation of federal funds toward any kind of military parade or exhibition in the nation’s capital.

Gallery: D.C. United’s topping off ceremony at Audi Field

Fans of D.C. United gathered near the construction site of Audi Field on Jan. 26 to commemorate the placement of the final steel beam in the team’s new soccer stadium.

Without John Wall, the Wizards’ success hinges on others

After wrapping up their longest stretch of road games this season, the Washington Wizards returned home Tuesday to play the Oklahoma City Thunder without point guard John Wall.

D.C. United and fans celebrate topping-off new stadium

WASHINGTON — Fans of D.C. United gathered in front of the construction site of the team’s new soccer stadium, Audi Field, Friday afternoon to commemorate the placement of the final steel beam in the team’s new home at Buzzard Point.…