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Part of Beach Drive in D.C. to remain closed to vehicles

The National Park Service said part of Beach Drive will remain closed through Phase 4 of D.C.'s reopening → Read More

Coronavirus cases increase in Washington region after lowest number in months

It’s the second-highest caseload in the region since June 13. → Read More

Four people shot, one dead, in Prince George’s County

The incident unfolded in the Temple Hills area. → Read More

Pedestrian struck and killed in Prince George’s County

The incident happened on Kenilworth Avenue. → Read More

Live updates: White House and Bowser clash over control of city streets; demonstrations evolve on seventh day of D.C. protests

See the latest on protests in Washington over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. → Read More

Live updates: Sixth day of protest brings peaceful demonstrations; tensions rise between city leaders, Trump administration

See the latest on protests in Washington on the police-involved killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. → Read More

Live updates: D.C. protesters push back against Trump’s show of federal force; fifth day of protests mostly peaceful

See the latest on protests in Washington on the police-involved killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. → Read More

Silver Spring man, 88, dies of injuries sustained in April crash

The incident happened in the Colesville area. → Read More

Man, 37, dies in Prince George’s County crash

Police said a pickup truck went off the road and struck a pillar before overturning. → Read More

Live updates: Northern Virginia likely to be excluded from state’s initial reopening; region’s daily death toll second-lowest in two weeks

See the latest coronavirus news and developments Tuesday in the Washington region. → Read More

Man, 67, presumed dead after fall into Potomac River in Virginia

The man had been trying to fish, witnesses told the D.C. fire department. → Read More

Live updates: Hogan opens golf courses, beaches in first steps toward easing shutdown; Md. cancels school through academic year

See the latest coronavirus news and developments Thursday in the Washington region. → Read More

Pedestrian struck and killed in Manassas

Police said the man was not in a crosswalk when he was struck by a car in a hit-and-run. → Read More

Live updates: Ocean City to reopen its beach and boardwalk; Bowser urges continued caution

See the latest coronavirus news and developments Wednesday in the Washington region. → Read More

Woman struck and killed while walking her dog in Woodbridge, Va.

The incident happened Friday and the victim died Sunday, police said. → Read More

Southbound lanes of GW Parkway blocked after crash

At least one person was hurt in the accident. → Read More

Live updates: Hogan resists pressure to reopen quickly as coronavirus deaths rise; Northam to announce guidance on nonessential business closures

See the latest coronavirus news and developments Monday in the Washington region. → Read More

Two dead in two separate crashes in Prince George’s County

In one incident, the accident victim and a woman got into a fight while he was driving, and the car crashed into a pole, police said. → Read More

Live updates: D.C. records its deadliest day for coronavirus; leaders say lifting restrictions soon is unlikely as pressure mounts

See the latest coronavirus news and developments Friday in the Washington region. → Read More

Live updates: Maryland orders coronavirus tests at nursing homes; Northam to allow non-emergency doctor, dentist visits

See the latest coronavirus news and developments Thursday in the Washington region. → Read More