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The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying and locating three persons of interest in connection with an armed robbery Thursday.
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We've put together some of our top stories from 2013.
Since beginning to track restaurant health risks in 2012, WUSA9 has identified hundreds of violations - ranging from rats, roaches and mice to restaurants operating without running water, or soap, or towels - all over the DMV.
American University was locked down for the report of a man with a gun on campus.
A D.C. police officer has been arrested on pandering charges after allegations that he was pimping out a 16-year old runaway girl from his apartment.
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The Washington Humane Society is waving adoption fees for 12 days starting Thursday.
Hundreds came to pay tribute to the late Nelson Mandela at a memorial service at the Washington National Cathedral Wednesday.
A CBS News investigation has learned that behind the scenes, there are insider allegations of mismanagement involving animal care.
The death of an MPD officer raises new questions about how often defendants with GPS monitoring devices are tracked.
A D.C. police officer recently accused of using his police powers to coerce teenaged girls to submit to naked photos has been found dead in the Washington Channel at Hains Point.
(WUSA9) -- An inaugural charity bowling night gathered a wide range of groups at Lucky Strike, for CÎROC® The Block on Monday, Dec. 9, 2013. Participants competed for the ultimate prize of $1,000 from CIROC. Charities included the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Adam's Morgans' DC Arts Center, Dupont Circle's Capital Pride Organization, U Street's Friends of Harrison Recreation Center, Greater Washington Urban League of Columbia Heights, Chinatown's DC Central Kitchen, Anacostia's The Green Scheme, H Street's H Street Main Street, K Street's Safe Shores and the competition's winner, The Howard Theatre Restoration fund.
Traffic was rerouted after a vehicle overturned at Suitland Parkway near the Maryland line.
Enrollments on federal and state exchanges picked up after slow start in October.
D.C. Councilmember and mayoral candidate Tommy Wells will try to live off a budget based on DC's $8.25 minimum wage.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine weighs in on the budget deal announced Tuesday.
D.C. Police say a man is in serious condition after he was recovered from Hains Point Tuesday night.
D.C. police need your help identifying two suspects in connection with a bank robbery in Northwest.
A short-term budget deal would set spending levels and turn off unpopular cuts for two years.
The South African sign language interpreter says he suffered schizophrenic episode.
Two people are dead after an early morning crash involving two vehicles on the northbound side of the Baltimore Washington Parkway.
Teacher gave alcohol, marijuana to two 16-year-old boys, had sex with one of them
The Hawaii health official who verified the authenticity of President Obama's birth certificate has died in a small plane crash, authorities said Thursday.
Howard County police say they closed two spas and arrested an employee after an investigation.
Police say that another adult caught Alfarao Estanislao sexually assaulting a 11 year-old girl inside a home
A man has been arrested for his role in a double fatal crash Saturday in Prince George's County.
Newlywed Jordan Linn Graham, accused of pushing her husband over a Montana cliff, agrees to plead guilty to second-degree murder.
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Derek McGinty of WUSA9 is on the scene in South Africa, along with reporters from our partners at USA Today, to bring you the latest coverage as the nation mourns the loss of Nelson Mandela.
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