U.S. Capitol Police fired shots at a woman driver during a confrontation near the Capitol Building Wednesday morning. Officials say that just before the clash, the woman fled from a traffic stop and nearly hit an officer.
The father of a 2-year-old boy abandoned him in southeast D.C. Tuesday evening after deciding he didn't want to take care of the child, according to D.C.'s Child and Family Services Agency.
Three people have been taken to a hospital after a bus crashed into a building in Arilington, Virginia, Wednesday evening.
The same urban design firm that brought the High Line to New York City are working to revamp the C&O Canal in Georgetown, which was drained last year to repair canal locks. The project, including $3 million in a grant from D.C., hopes to make the canal's public spaces more visitor friendly. News4's Tom Sherwood explains what's next for us.
Seattle filed a lawsuit Wednesday over President Donald Trump's executive order that threatens to withhold federal funds from communities that refuse to cooperate with efforts to find and deport immigrants in the country illegally. Mayor Ed Murray said the order issued in January punishing "sanctuary cities" is unconstitutional and creates uncertainty around the city's budget. Other governments have sued Trump over the sanctuary issue. San Francisco filed a lawsuit earlier this year, also saying the order was unconstitutional. California's Santa Clara County and two Massachusetts cities with large Latino populations - Chelsea and Lawrence - have also taken legal action.
Police in D.C. say several teens who were reported missing have been found safe.