Streetcar moving to H Street for testing ahead of 2014 start of service
If you've ever through about joining the Peace Corps, you're not alone in the D.C. area.
Nationals players attended a Christmas party for children with cancer and blood disorders at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital Tuesday.
DC Council Member Tommy Wells to live on minimum-wage salary for a week
The Metropolitan Police Department identifies the man as 32-year-old Marc Washington of Waldorf, Md. Washington faced charges of child pornography.
Driving in snow and ice can be dangerous, but walking in the same conditions can be treacherous as well.
Getting sick during the holidays is the last thing anybody wants. But so many people get worn down that it doesn't take much for a scratchy throat and sniffles to kick in.
What are those trucks spraying on the road?
Christopher Johnson is charged with felony animal cruelty after investigators say he and another man stabbed the dog three times.
Kennedy Center names 1st woman to lead arts group, picks Chicago Symphony's Deborah Rutter
A D.C. family is preparing to sue the city and a D.C. police officer after he allegedly took nude photos of their teen daughter.
Howard University postpones tribute to Nelson Mandela because of winter weather
D.C. is welcoming yet another brewery to its growing list of sudsy hot spots. Right Proper Brewing Company opens in Shaw.
The D.C. area's newest pizza chain is planning to expand in the region almost as fast as it claims to bake its pies.
Surrounded by the Potomac River, the Capital Beltway, Bethesda, Md., and the most northwest corners of the District, sits one of the Washington area's most historic parks: Glen Echo.
Metro: 1 green line station to close for weekend work, longer waits on some other lines
When it comes to weather, would you rather be walking in a winter wonderland or soaking in summer's sun?
WTOP has compiled a list of supplies to have on hand, as well as helpful tips for dealing with the snow.
After accusations from women who say they were sexually assaulted by employees at D.C.'s Wilson Aquatic Center, one worker is fired and another is suspended. Now, a local leader is questioning the pool management itself.
DC mayoral candidates to file latest financial reports; Evans had raised most as of October