Workers, Union Reps Slam Metro Budget Proposal

Union representatives, retail workers, bus drivers and other workers pleaded with Metro's board of directors to not approve a proposed $1.8 billion budget, contending it would hamper service, stunt the system's growth and put employees out of work.

DMV's Less Fortunate Get Holiday Help

Citizens living in the Greater Washington Area braved frigid temperatures on Monday, Nov. 21, heeding the call from partnering local television, radio and print media organizations and other leading groups in the District, Virginia and Maryland — all committed to ...

Ex-D.C. Schools Chief Censured for Funds Solicitation

Former District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson has been censured by the D.C. Board of Ethics and Government Accountability over dealings with a food-service contractor that occurred prior to her September exit.

Metro Rail System Still Subpar, Feds Say

The Federal Transit Administration released documents Wednesday that showed Metro committed hundreds of safety violations, including corrosion in a portion of an escalator, damaged emergency trip switch boxes and poor radio communication.

Veterans Memorial Resurrected to Honor D.C. Employees

A shattered memorial that once hung in the John A. Wilson Building in the 1990s was restored just in time for Veterans Day to honor some of the District's most noble employees.

D.C. Students Dance Their Way to College Opportunities

Hoisted on the legacy of a community giant, the annual Dancing with the Scholars fundraiser on Nov. 12 again found fun ways to give back to the youth and community.

AU Students Burn U.S. Flag in Protest of Trump

Several hundred students at American University gathered Wednesday, Nov. 9 at a campus center, where several American flags were burned in protest after Donald Trump won the presidential election.

D.C. Officials Launch Plan to Reduce Flood Risks

D.C. officials have launched a plan that identifies actions the city will take to offset flooding in certain parts of the city due to climate change.

Md. Event Honors Service Members on Veterans Day

Roughly six dozen other veterans, local officials and family members came together Friday for an annual Veteran Day commemorative program in Bladensburg, which honors men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces.

D.C. Council Hearing on Police Reform Ignites Residents

With police-community relations at a fever pitch in D.C. and nationwide, District residents and council members spoke out during a recent hearing in an attempt to thwart police brutality and mend fences as the selection process of the new police ...

Bowser Awards Over $1M in Community Grants

he District awarded 67 local minority organizations who provides critical services to their community over $1.5 million in community grants.

TV ONE Hosts Election Watch Night Event

With Donald Trump winning the 2016 presidential election, many blacks are now seeking answers to the question: "Where do we go from here?"

D.C. Voters Favor Statehood, But Battle Just Starting

D.C. voters want Congress to make it the 51st state in the union.

D.C. Council Bill Targets Texting Motorists

Motorists in the District who are convicted of causing a crash while texting may soon be fined thousands, face jail time or both if the wreck resulted in substantial bodily harm or death.

Orange Holds 1st Gala as Head of D.C. Chamber of Commerce

Former D.C. Council member Vincent Orange took center stage in his new position as head of the city's Chamber of Commerce at the group's premier event to honor Washington's top business leaders.