WTOP News Team
On the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, NASA called on all model rocketeers.
If convicted, State Delegate Joseph Morrissey could go to jail for 41 years.
Police arrested a Northern Virginia doctor as part of a drug investigation.
Route 28, one of Northern Virginia's busiest roads, will be scrutinized this summer.
Local families are still reeling from the sudden deaths.
Starting Aug. 25, the Georgia Avenue and 14th Street corridors will get extended buses that can hold more people.
Prince William County will consider filing a Freedom of Information request to get information on the whereabouts of thousands of immigrants who were arrested and handed over to Immigration and Customs for deportation.
Dead zones in the Chesapeake Bay are growing.
The first phase of the new Metro line is aerial, which makes rescue a challenge.
Col. Gregory Gadson says although he plans on retiring from the Army this year after 25 years of service, he will continue to share his life and make a difference.
A couple ordered by a McLean, Virginia condominium building's management to remove an American flag hanging on the balcony will get to fly the stars and stripes.
It's the first day of summer and the longest day of the year. Why not celebrate with a little yoga?
During a stop in Loudoun County this week, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said that the proposed Bi-County Parkway would help Dulles International Airport Grow.
A man who babysat a Fairfax County girl is charged with raping her.
Target has run into more problems after last year's security data breach exposed tens-of-thousands of its customers' personal information.
Pancreatic cancer is a ruthless killer that's predicted to become the nation's second deadliest form of cancer by 2020. Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day is Tuesday.
Nearly 2,000 roses were being placed at the wall in memory of those fathers who died either in Vietnam or as a result of that war.
Have you run out of gift ideas for Father's Day? Well, this one might just be what the doctor ordered.
This year more than 2,000 people took part in Saturday's Run Amuck (a four-miler) and Mini Run Amuck (a two-miler). The event began in 2008, at Quantico Marine Corps base, to promote physical fitness.
It's a law that's been on the books for 12 years in Virginia and it is the law in all 50 states -- but still drivers might now know about it.
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