George Washington University said Saturday that a student living in an off-campus apartment has died.
With an ever-increasing number of patients seeking organ transplants nationwide, MedStar Georgetown Transplant Institute will open a new $2.4 million outpatient clinic Tuesday.
Several months after a WTOP Ticketbuster investigation into erroneous parking tickets getting mailed to innocent people, the District's top parking enforcement agency is making changes.
Enjoy the final days before the official arrival of fall because it is going to feel more like summer here in the D.C. area!
Del Frisco's CEO Mark Mednansky has been passing through D.C. quite a bit in recent weeks, and not just because his Dallas-based company is about to open the city's swankiest new steakhouse, Del Frisco's Double Eagle.
A Metro bus rear-ended another Friday afternoon, sending a handful of people to a local hospital.
The Washington region is rich with millionaires, ranking No. 4 in the nation for high net wealth individuals in 2013.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley hits the red carpet for the D.C. premiere of the new TV show "Madam Secretary," starring Tea Leoni and executive produced by Morgan Freeman.
Arena Stage opens new theater season with 'The Shoplifters'
A new poll shows that District of Columbia residents favor legalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana by a nearly 2-to-1 margin.
Officials say a vaccine isn't needed at this time.
DC mayoral candidates clash over education policy during first general-election debate
Just a week removed from a regional row over encrypted radio channels, fire chiefs from across the region met to smooth out concerns and make plans for mutual responses.
Nonprofit group aims to overhaul neglected lakeside garden, add restaurant on National Mall
Two days after the death of a Georgetown University student, her family has released a statement expressing gratitude and asking for privacy.
The District of Columbia had both the highest average pay and the smallest gender gap.
Two Roanoke residents arrested in Washington, D.C., on suspicion of passport fraud have admitted their guilt.
Hate your morning commute already? It's not likely to improve and conditions could worsen as millions move to the area.
For all the participants getting their diplomas, this ceremony meant they were clean and sober.
The Nationals are in discussions with Metro. D.C. council member Tommy Wells insists a deal will get done.
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