Washington

Now located in the Ronald Reagan Building near the White House and the U.S. Capitol, the CNS Washington bureau has more reporters dedicated to covering the federal government’s impact on Maryland than any other news organization in the state.

Elijah Balbed Reaches Musical Heights Thanks to Friends

The 26 year old musician has earned critical acclaim. But he’s made it this far thanks to the mentors and friends that helped him along.

Terrorist Attacks in Brussels Brings Reminder To Be Vigilant

Local airports are reminding travelers to be vigilant and visitors to the Washington metro area say they are concerned about international travel in the wake of the deadly bombings in Brussels on Tuesday.

CHERRY BLOSSOMS: Peak bloom arrives early this year

One of Washington’s biggest spring attractions is blooming a bit earlier than usual. The peak bloom for cherry blossoms is happening a few weeks early possibly due to climate change.

Federal Sweep Nets 8,000 Arrests in Baltimore, Washington, 10 Other Cities

Justice Department Announces Six-Week, 12 city Crime Fighting Initiative Results

Washington Region Boosts Vigilance After Brussels Terror Attacks

Officials in nation’s capital say they see no credible threats, but taking precautions.

Ex-Terp Blake on 2016 Team: “Go Out There and Do It”

NBA player Steve Blake discusses Maryland Terrapins NCAA Tournament prospects.

METRO CLOSED: Fire brings unprecedented shutdown of entire subway system

Metro makes an unprecedented move by closing its doors for 29 hours.

Cardin Seeks to Hike Federal Spending for Better Drinking Water

Inspired by the lead poisoning crisis in Flint, Mich., Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin introduced legislation to increase spending on the country’s water systems and improve lead testing.

The Lab D.C. Highlights Break Dancing in the DMV

It’s the first school in the DMV area to focus on break dancing, and the rhythm and style combine to take this form of dancing to another level.

Metro Chief Pledges Changes, But Report Shows System Still Faltering

Metro riders may soon see fewer delays, fewer accidents and incidents and more police in stations. Those are the goals of the new head of the troubled, 40-year-old rail system, but he’s facing huge challenges, as a Metro report released Thursday vividly illustrated.