WTOP's Jonathan Warner asks new MLB commissioner Rob Manfred for progress on a resolution to the designated hitter and pace of play.
On Chuck Brown Day in D.C., in honor of the Godfather of Go Go, hundreds made their way to a Northeast neighborhood to see the new memorial to the musician.
The suspect apparently stole another customer's ring while shopping at the Kay Jewelers in Dulles Town Center on June 7.
Redskins, Ravens more focused on getting ready for season than earning bragging rights
Maryland ban on grain alcohol hurts violin makers; they say it made a good varnish
General touts value, jobs potential of Aberdeen, Md., Army post under scrutiny by cost-cutters
After being ordered out of his city hall space, third-term mayor Eugene Grant has taken his office on the road -- in a tent.
There's only one intersection where Alexandria meets Fairfax and Arlington counties — at North Beauregard and King streets. As it stands, that corner is not much to look at, with a TGI Fridays on the Fairfax County side, a Wells Fargo on the Arlington side and a deteriorating strip shopping center in Alexandria territory.
The snowy owl that made local and national headlines after being struck by a D.C. bus has been found dead in Minnesota.
The Montgomery County Department of Police has launched an internal investigation, examining a controversial arrest.
George W. Bush takes ice bucket challenge, gets doused in cold water by Laura Bush
Md. highway worker killed in Eastern Shore crash; highway officials urge care in work zones
Guided-missile destroyer USS Cole leaves Va. on deployment
Despite getting kicked out of his city hall office, Seat Pleasant Mayor Eugen Grant set up his office tent and is ready for business. He's pledged to set up his mobile office in different locations throughout the city.
Police in Rhode Island seek urn stolen from vehicle in hotel parking lot
Virginia man named Stoner arrested on drug charges; police find $10K worth of pot at his home
A 72-year-old Olney resident found five strangers in her home and was then physically forced out of her apartment, her cellphone broken - all because she was behind on her rent. Police say she was renting an illegal apartment. Her landlord faces multiple felony charges and 15 people were forced to move out of the now condemned property.
Ex-congressman Tom Davis elected as rector, will lead George Mason Univ. governing board
Montgomery County council member Cherri Branson has questions about a video showing a police officer seemingly putting his hands on the throat of a teenager before arresting him.
Baltimore-based fraternity offers to pay for funeral for Missouri teen shot by police officer
Hi: 86 °F | Lo: 58 °F