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The recent spike in temperatures is the likely cause of a large fish kill in a pond on the National Mall, officials said.

Heatwave Likely Cause of Massive Fish ...

The recent heatwave in the D.C. region is likely responsible for the deaths of several hundred fish found floating this ...

Education

Prince George's County School board member K. Alexander Wallace high-fives a fourth-grade student at Suitland Elementary School on Aug. 23, the first day of school in the county.

Students in DMV Head Back to ...

Roughly 130,000 students returned Tuesday for the first of day school in Prince George's County, which has the second-biggest public ...

Opinion

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser speaks at the grand opening of the Ron Brown College Preparatory High School in Northeast, the city's first all-male high school, on Aug. 22.

EDITORIAL: Two D.C. Schools Hope to ...

With the $127 million overhaul of Roosevelt High in the Petworth community finally completed and reopening this school year, and ...

Sports

Venus (left) and Serena Williams captured their sixth Wimbledon doubles title Saturday. (Courtesy photo)

The Williams Sisters Reign Supreme

Serena Williams reclaimed her position of dominance in women's tennis last weekend after taking the Wimbledon singles title in straight ...

Business

Candice Nicole, Kenneth Ward, Rob Hill Sr., Antwain Tate Goode, Jasmine Crowe and Tonya Rapley sit on a panel at the Black Alumni Networking Expo at the National Press Club in northwest D.C. on Aug. 12.

Myths About Black Businesses Examined at ...

The role of African-Americans in the business world was the focus of a recent gathering of college-educated millennials.

Health

D.C. native Dr. Greg Banks helps local boxers heal from their injuries. (Courtesy of Urban News Service)

Boxers Have Dr. Banks in Their ...

Greg Banks, M.D., always has been passionate about boxing and mixed martial arts. But being a doctor is what forced ...