A firefighter sustained injuries while tackling a blaze at an Alexandria, Virginia, warehouse early Tuesday morning.
Washington, D.C. , is known for lots of things: monuments, museums, cherry blossoms -- and now rats.
So many drivers are passing stopped school buses in Montgomery County, the ticket fines for that violation may double.
Health experts are meeting in Maryland Tuesday to discuss the Ebola crisis.
New DC mayor will have to face surge in homelessness amid shelter's woes
Officials at a Montgomery County hospital say they treated a patient with possible Ebola symptoms this week, but determined the man did not have the virus.
Danville toddler dies after being hit by school bus
The cafeteria-style pasta, pizza, salad and antipasti eatery that took up a big chunk of Bethesda Row announced it "is closed for business" with a sign on the front door Monday night. Read more: http://stage.wtop.com/52/3721796/Vapiano-Closes-In-Bethesda#ixzz3G82plyhZ
Video shows 2 men trying to push another out of moving Baltimore train
Civilian rescues 3 people after boat overturns in Norfolk, no injuries
Maryland officials to hold groundbreaking for Dover Bridge replacement on Eastern Shore
Md. courts launch electronic filing of documents, increasing public access to records
Reps from proposed builders of natural gas pipeline to discuss Va. route in Roanoke
9 p.m. Tuesday is the deadline to register to vote in Maryland
Virginia National Guard to tap 2,000 solar panels for training center at Fort Pickett
Tuesday is deadline to register in Virginia's mid-term elections next month
When the ghosts, vampires and zombies come out to play, do you run away or rush to the nearest theater?
The D.C. region is the priciest place to live in the country, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says.
A former player defended the Washington Redskins' name during a panel discussion about the name controversy Monday night.
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