Published: October 30, 2020
WASHINGTON - Concerned about the possibility of unrest on Election Day, or in the days that follow, business owners in some areas of the District are being advised to sign up for crime alerts and to keep their insurance information handy. Some have boarded their windows and others have the materials ready.
Published: July 19, 2020
D.C., Maryland and Virginia reported 2,049 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, the highest single-day increase since late May. The seven-day average in cases for the region has been trending upward for nearly two weeks. The region also added 11 deaths, nine of which were in Maryland.
Published: June 30, 2020
Bar areas inside Virginia restaurants and taverns will not join the state's next phase of reopening Wednesday, Gov. Ralph Northam said, a reversal in policy that followed a Delaware decision to shut down recently reopened bars in beach communities.
Published: June 07, 2020
WASHINGTON - More than 10,000 people poured into the nation's capital on the ninth day of protests over police brutality, but what awaited this sprawling crowd - the largest yet in Washington - was a city that no longer felt as if it was being occupied by its own country's military.
Published: June 03, 2020
WASHINGTON - To supplement the presence of local and federal police and the District of Columbia National Guard, Defense Secretary Mark Esper asked state National Guards to send in some of their troops as well, and hundreds were on their way or already here by Tuesday.
Published: June 02, 2020
WASHINGTON - The nation's capital has long been a bastion for free speech, the place where battling over competing ideas and voicing grievances to the people in charge is practically engraved on the city's welcome mat.
Published: June 01, 2020
WASHINGTON - The third day of protests in the nation's capital over George Floyd's death began with bent knees, raised fists and pleas that this night, unlike the last, would remain peaceful. And in those moments Sunday, the more than 1,000 people who marched to Lafayette Square across from the White House listened.
Published: May 02, 2020
The covid-19 death toll in the District of Columbia, Virginia and Maryland climbed past 2,000 on Friday, and all three jurisdictions recorded their highest single-day increases in new infections.