FBI headquarters relocation to be announced in December

By SYDNEY TONIC and KIMBERLY ESCOBAR Capital News Service WASHINGTON – The final decision on the location of the new FBI headquarters is expected to be announced in December, and Maryland state and local officials are optimistic their state will…

Once the Capital of Boring Food, Washington Evolves to Culinary Cutting Edge

It’s not just half-smokes and mumbo sauce anymore

Ride-hailing Services Raise Questions About Safety

After a Michigan Uber driver’s deadly killing spree in February, local incidents, less severe incidents shine a light on how confusing the ride-booking industry is.

Milk? Bread? Metro Riders Get A New Way to Shop for Groceries

A six-month pilot project tests whether Metro riders want to buy groceries at the end their rides.

Maryland Squirrel Pulled From Endangered List Following Conservation Action

A once at-risk squirrel was taken off the federal endangered species list on Monday.

Maryland Co-ops Not Worried About Closing

Amidst rising concerns surrounding health co-ops shutting down in various parts of the United States, Marylanders have nothing to worry about as state co-op is going strong.

FBI Seeks Possible New Headquarters in Prince George’s County

The push for an FBI headquarters move to Maryland is underway, with Sen. Ben Cardin and other Maryland officials making the case for two possible locations in Prince George’s County.

Non-Profit Organizes Halloween Costume Drive, ‘Treats’ Kids in Need

Let’s Help Kids, a non-profit organization started by six-year-old Rachel Harris (who is now 12), conducts a Halloween costume drive every year to provide free costumes to children in need.

Street Smart Campaign

The end of daylight saving time brings darker days and more dangerous conditions for pedestrians using city streets. Government and law enforcement officials all across the DMV are teaming together through the Street Smart campaign to keep people safe.

Van Hollen: Nation Must Adopt Maryland’s Gun Laws to Lower Homicides

Lawmakers want other states to emulate Maryland’s gun laws