District of Columbia mayor Vincent Gray will launch his re-election bid at an arts and recreation center in southeast Washington.
A wandering deer evidently found its way in among the cheetahs at the National Zoo on Friday morning and was killed by two of the cats.
The last weekend of 2013 could be the perfect way to keep the festivities going before ringing in the mid-week New Year.
DC police looking for 2 men in Oct. burglary of elementary school
A Washington, D.C. police officer shot a man early Friday afternoon, according to a Metropolitan Police Department spokesperson.
The details may be fuzzy, but a video showing an interaction between rapper Snoop Dogg and Secretary of State John Kerry may have captured a budding friendship.
Metro: no weekend work on 4 of 5 lines, only red line will be affected by work
The Metropolitan Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for 71 year-old Laura Townsend.
It's the end of an era in Washington radio. WTOP FM's Jim Farley is retiring after 17 years at the helm, improving and nurturing what has become the most popular station in the area and the most prosperous in the country. Yes, we're tooting our own horn a bit, but on his behalf.
Person found dead after fire in apartment home in DC's Adams Morgan
Central Pa. family create college scholarship to honor Navy Yard shooting victim
Some D.C. businesses and an apartment complex are without water Thursday morning after a water main broke in Northeast D.C.
A fire ripped through a home in Southeast D.C. on early Thursday morning on M Street near Minnesota Avenue.
One of D.C.'s kitchens opened its doors to those in need Christmas morning.
US Park Police: Man found dead at Anacostia Park Pavilion, no signs of foul play
The 12 losses of the Washington Redskins set to a Christmas tune.
A third D.C. police officer has been charged in a case involving child pornography.
It's a very Merry Christmas for the Washington Animal Rescue League.
A man in a Santa suit was shot with a pellet gun during a gift drive in Southeast D.C. Tuesday morning.
WTOP has many hard and fast traditions: journalistic integrity, a commitment to our listeners and readers, destroying Christmas baked goods.