DC government report concludes policy changes couldn't have prevented girl's disappearance
The D.C. police are asking the public's help after a woman was assaulted in Northwest on Sunday.
When you park at a broken meter in the District of Columbia, what should you do? Can you report it broken and legally remain there? These questions confuse not only drivers but D.C. officials as well.
Singer Chris Brown pleads guilty to misdemeanor assault in DC, sentenced to time served
Politico co-founder appointed publisher of Washington Post as Katharine Weymouth steps down
Next week's Taste of Georgetown, an annual event organized by the Georgetown Business Improvement District, will include a cupcake-eating contest, and an ''Iron Chef''-like cook off pitting three Georgetown chefs against each other
Everyone loves Bacon, right? What better way to start each morning than with Bacon. And this week's Pet of the Week is just that. Meet Bacon.
DC could face severe police shortage amid wave of expected retirements
The ALS Association is trying to get out ahead of a fake article it says is derailing its efforts and confusing a lot of people.
She may not be a "Georgia peach," but this little beagle is a Southern gal; she arrived at the Washington Animal Rescue League from South Carolina.
Fresh off one of its biggest wins in recent memory, United makes a push for attention on and off the field.
The chance of rain pushed the annual concert indoors to the historic theater.
Metro says person struck by train at Mount Vernon Square station
Protesters march down DC's H Street in 2nd weekend of demonstrations over Ferguson shooting
Police in D.C. are looking to identify a person in connection with an armed sexual assault.
After their tour of duty ends and their military lives are over, some war dogs are just looking for love.
Small fires set in the stairwells of the Marriott Wardman Park hotel last night got more than they bargained for.
WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck reports
It may sound like an unnecessary expense, but chefs swear by it. And more and more foodies are picking up the idea that sharpening their tools can improve their experience in the kitchen.
Metro Transit Police chief urges officers to remain vigilant, but reports no current threat
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