Chris Davis singles in game-winner as Orioles beat Red Sox 5-4 in 13 innings
Irene Pollin donates $10 million to Johns Hopkins center for heart disease prevention
If you've never been to a GWAR show or even heard of the Richmond-based shock rock band, think of blood, guts and aliens.
After 8 years, Washington Examiner ends local coverage, new national magazine debuts next week
Hurlock man drowned while swimming in Nanticoke River with friends
Former PTA president charged with theft from Frederick Co. organization's account
Friday, Caliendo stopped by the WTOP studios for a visit and he brought along a few of his "friends."
WMATA has determined the cause of a fire on a Red Line train in May.
Creditors to take over operation of privately run, state-owned toll road
Dealing with the day-to-day grind in the Washington area can leave you feeling a bit claustrophobic. Get out in the open air and go for a hike at one of these local spots.
Woman gets 18 months for helping son cover up fatal shooting of Baltimore girl
As the D.C. council considers a smoking ban in city parks and near playgrounds, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton is calling on the National Park Service to institute a smoking ban in all NPS parks in the District.
Metro train operators have run red signals five times in the last three months, officials say.
Va. lawmaker says email account hacked by someone saying she's stuck in France, needs money
A home in West Laurel is a danger to the public after strong winds sent a tree crashing into its roof like an ax.
Two more teens have been found guilty in a Fairfax County sexting case.
Supreme Court issues new anti-demonstration regulation after law declared unconstitutional
If you need 50 free burritos and a thousand bucks, all you have to do is identify the person who robbed the Bethesda Boloco.
Suffolk woman sentenced to 33 months in prison for Medicaid fraud, obtained more than $294,000
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore staying open late for evening event, tickets prices are half off