'I'm Going To Shut Down, Too': Restaurants And Food Trucks Suffer During Government Shutdown

'I'm Going To Shut Down, Too': Restaurants And Food Trucks Suffer During Government Shutdown

Restaurants across the region report decreases in sales ranging from 20 to 60 percent.

'I'm Going To Shut Down, Too': Restaurants And Food Trucks Suffer During Government Shutdown

Will These Yellow Poles Help Protect Pedestrians From Deadly Left Turns? D.C. Hopes So.

Will These Yellow Poles Help Protect Pedestrians From Deadly Left Turns? D.C. Hopes So.

Soon, you'll see more strips of hard plastic curb and yellow pylons pop up in the center line of District streets. Here's what they aim to do.

Will These Yellow Poles Help Protect Pedestrians From Deadly Left Turns? D.C. Hopes So.

Led Zeppelin Played A Concert In Maryland 50 Years Ago. Or...Did They?

Led Zeppelin Played A Concert In Maryland 50 Years Ago. Or...Did They?

Fans are still debating whether the band performed in Wheaton on Jan. 20, 1969.

Led Zeppelin Played A Concert In Maryland 50 Years Ago. Or...Did They?

'It's Definitely Busier': D.C. Food Pantry Opens Doors To Furloughed Federal Workers

Bread For The City is one of several food banks in the D.C. region assisting federal workers and contractors.

'It's Definitely Busier': D.C. Food Pantry Opens Doors To Furloughed Federal Workers

'This River Was A Paradise' – New Book Shows Beauty, Pollution On The Anacostia

'This River Was A Paradise' – New Book Shows Beauty, Pollution On The Anacostia

You might get some raised eyebrows calling the Anacostia River a "paradise," but photographer Krista Schlyer says reflecting on how it once was can help us imagine a cleaner river in the future.

'This River Was A Paradise' – New Book Shows Beauty, Pollution On The Anacostia

'A Metric Crap-Ton Of Tires' — Police Solve The Mystery Of D.C.'s Mountain Of Tires

'A Metric Crap-Ton Of Tires' — Police Solve The Mystery Of D.C.'s Mountain Of Tires

D.C. police have an arrest warrant in what officials say is one of the largest illegal tire dumps in memory.

'A Metric Crap-Ton Of Tires' — Police Solve The Mystery Of D.C.'s Mountain Of Tires

'Whatever It Takes': Government Workers Apply For Unemployment As Shutdown Continues

According to the federal government, this shutdown will cost at least $50 million a day in lost wages and productivity.

'Whatever It Takes': Government Workers Apply For Unemployment As Shutdown Continues

Yes, That Was D.C.'s Oldest Synagogue Moving Down The Street (Again)

Yes, That Was D.C.'s Oldest Synagogue Moving Down The Street (Again)

The 143-year-old little synagogue that could was rolled down the block, where it will become a museum.

Sports Betting, Schools, Roads: What To Expect From Maryland's 2019 General Assembly Session

The state's lawmakers get back to work on Wednesday.

Sports Betting, Schools, Roads: What To Expect From Maryland's 2019 General Assembly Session

The Feds Didn't Pay Their $5 Million Water Bill. Can D.C. Shut Off Water To The White House?

The Feds Didn't Pay Their $5 Million Water Bill. Can D.C. Shut Off Water To The White House?

"Is there a time from nonpayment when we cut someone's water off?" wondered the chairman of the DC Water board of directors, at the board's first meeting of 2019.

The Feds Didn't Pay Their $5 Million Water Bill. Can D.C. Shut Off Water To The White House?