WTOP News Team
Shark Weekend is in its 14th year with the main focus of promoting shark conservation.
Darwin Bowman was sentenced to 43 years in prison for a savage attack that killed William Bennett and left his wife Cynthia clinging to life.
About a dozen dogs at the Fairfax County Animal Shelter are showing signs of an upper respiratory illness and one has died of dog pneumonia.
The dog daycare franchise Dogtopia declares this National Wash Your Dog Day, and they're doing it for a good cause.
A new commuter lot is set to open, offering more options for Virginia commuters.
Reports that someone was leaving poisoned dog treats in Logan Circle are unfounded, says the Washington Humane Society.
Fireworks on the Fourth - that's pretty patriotic. But how about catching early fireworks at the home of one of the Founding Fathers?
A crackdown is coming on texting while driving in Virginia.
Union Market, the artisan food market in Northeast D.C., begins hosting a summer "DC Drive-in" movie series on Friday nights, starting July 12.
Montgomery County Police say that fraudulent phone calls, looking to separate you from your personal information or your money, have been on a sharp rise in the past week.
Your dad may not have to go to Spain for this unique Father's Day gift, but he will have to sign a waiver: it's a chance to run with the bulls.
D.C.'s third annual One City Summer Initiative and truck touch was held in the parking lots at RFK Stadium on Saturday.
The hardware store, a fixture of the Capitol Hill neighborhood, burned on Wednesday.
New research reportedly shows that high fructose corn syrup can trigger behavior similar to the actions accompanying a drug habit.
If you are in the market for a gun, the National Gun Show in Chantilly, Va., may be just the ticket.
The Washington Animal Rescue League began its annual adopt-a-thon Saturday, slashing fees for new pet owners for the weekend.
The Virginia site for the National Museum of the United States Army was approved by the secretary of the Army in June 2011, but raising the estimated $200 million it will cost to build it has been a battle.
On Tuesday morning, two ultra-marathoners, Frank Fumich, of Arlington, and his friend Matt Nelson, began a 450-mile run from the Pentagon to Boston to help raise money for the victims of the Boston bombings.
It's the official kick-off to a serious grilling season.