There is an old saying: "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
The WTOP storm team has mobilized to cover the biggest winter storm to hit the D.C. region in four years, and WTOP welcomes your participation in its coverage.
National Portrait Gallery hosts high-tech flag seen with Google Glass for President's Day
Car drivers in D.C., listen-up.
Person found dead after house fire in DC; cause, victim's identity undetermined
A power outage can be expensive depending on how much perishable food you have to lose.
A Porsche just couldn't handle Thursday morning's road conditions.
Transformers, voltage regulators, cable, wire and utility poles are among the materials that area electrical power companies are readying to confront any power outages caused by the anticipated winter storm Wednesday night into Thursday.
A new Doritos product is now on sale exclusively at D.C. 7-Elevens.
It won't be long before Home Depot Inc. replaces snow blowers with lawn mowers, which means the home improvement chain is ramping up hiring for its busiest season
DC to declare snow emergency ahead of storm, cars parked on emergency routes can be towed
The FBI, FAA and pilots are hoping cash will induce people to report incidents of handheld lasers being pointed at aircraft.
A storm set to hit the D.C. region Wednesday could be the biggest since "Snowmageddon" about four years ago. So what would you name it?
D.C. Council Member Marion Barry has returned to the hospital Tuesday night.
Men have Viagra, but what do women have? Two women talk about a clinical trial at George Washington University for Sprout Pharmaceutical's little pink pill, called Flibanserin.
Amtrak suspends some trains serving the South, Northeast ahead of winter storm
The sold-out "Yesterday and Today" concert was held 50 years to the minute after the Beatles played their first U.S. concert at what was then the Washington Coliseum in Northeast D.C.
Metro plans work over Presidents Day weekend; red, orange and blue lines to be affected
The Washington Coliseum hosted the Beatles, Janis Joplin and the Rolling Stones, and now the historic building is poised to leap into the future.
A federal employee and Ticketbuster each failed before finally getting a plainly erroneous parking ticket overturned.