WTOP News Team
Saturday morning, a crowd of other U.S. Park Police officers and supporters gathered for the 120-mile Polar Bear Poker Run, a motorcycle ride benefited Officer Billy Brancato, who suffered a life changing injury while on duty nearly two years ago.
The ribbon was officially cut Friday morning for the new Tanger Outlets at National Harbor.
Months after graves were found on the future site of a new high school in Prince William County, two county supervisors are calling for new rules about dealing with previously undocumented gravesites.
On the day after Thanksgiving, here are some ideas to kick off the holiday season after stuffing yourself with turkey.
The attorney general's race in Virginia is not officially over and most likely it'll be headed for a recount. But regardless of the recount results, the race could end up being decided by the state's General Assembly.
There are plenty of awards ceremonies, but on Saturday, a powerful one at the Renaissance Washington Hotel honored the country's bravest.
A committee of Metro's board has approved a ban on smoking at its bus stops, bus shelters and bus bays.
Fairfax County is investigating a voting discrepancy from Tuesday's election that could impact who wins the attorney general's election, which is likely headed to a recount.
On Veterans Day, a local bridal store will give away wedding gowns to thank our nation's military brides.
There are more and more stories of coyote sightings in the Washington area. But it's not just coyotes; it's bears, raccoons and other wildlife as well.
Often, when disaster hits, special teams are sent in to comfort and give hope and comfort victims who are left struggling emotionally.
If you are at the Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday, you might want to cheer on the TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) Run and Remember Team.
An Aireloom Mattress is a must-have for celebrities but would you spend 15,000 for one?
A well dressed crowd with fancy hats, horses, Jack Russell Terriers and plenty of food and drink -- these are the sights and sounds at the International Gold Cup.
Christopher Kloman got away with his crimes for more than 40 years but was sentenced late Friday afternoon to 43 years in prison when the 74-year-old McLean man faced five of his victims in Fairfax County Circuit Court.
On Saturday morning, the DC community was answering the president's call for a dialogue on the issue of mental health paticularly in light of the recent strong of deadly shootings that have rocked the country including the events at the Washington Navy Yard.
The Northern Virginia Task Force which battles human trafficking has received a million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.
The government shutdown has left many federal workers with a lot of unexpected time on their hands. Right now is a great time to start focusing on your career path.
They are often called the "Greatest Generation," and on Saturday, about 700 World War II veterans finally got to see the D.C. memorial that had been built and dedicated to them in 2004.
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