WTOP's Kristi King reports.
Herschel Walker, who played in the NFL from 1986 to 1997 and won the 1982 Heisman Trophy while playing at the University of Georgia, is in Washington, D.C., to promote physical activity and help reduce health care costs.
A lawyer and former Clinton administration official continues to lead the money race among candidates for an open D.C. Council seat.
The National Gallery of Art is planning a $30 million renovation that will include new galleries housing modern art from the museum's permanent collection.
Hush Supper Club is an educational dining project, founded by "Geeta," an Indian American in her late 30s. She originally started the club in 2010 as a way to spark Americans' interest in India, its culture, religions and cuisine.
For those who like to drive with man's best friend, efforts are underway to improve safety for both people and pets while on the road.
March 12 was National Girl Scouts Day, which commemorates the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the organization's first 18 girl members in Savannah, Ga.
Riding side by side, family members of the Virginia Tech shooting victims and a team of cyclists from Newtown, Conn., made their way to Capitol Hill Tuesday seeking changes to the nation's gun laws and solidarity.
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III remains ahead of schedule in recovery from knee surgery
Police have closed off a street in Northwest D.C. as officials investigation a 4-foot wide sinkhole.
A District council member is speaking out after more than a dozen people were injured in a drive-by shooting early Monday morning.
With caffeinated marshmallows, pancake mix, gum and breakfast drinks on the market, companies are getting creative in catering to Americans' caffeine cravings. But consumer advocates say the food industry should be doing more to regulate and label products with a kick.
New data out from the George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis and RealEstate Business Intelligence show February home prices and home sales high. In fact, sales this year were at their highest February level since 2007.
Court documents say a District of Columbia high school teacher told authorities that he had sent sexually explicit text messages to about 10 students in his career.
This group of riders is named for the 26 children and adults who were killed in the Sandy Hook school shootings in Newtown, Conn. on Dec. 14, 2012.
Some Metro riders were charged too much for their Monday morning ride, and the reason has to do with the start of Daylight Saving Time.
Court documents show a District of Columbia high school teacher has admitted to sending sexually explicit text messages to about 10 students during his career.
Metropolitan police are now reporting that 13 people were injured as a result of the drive-by shooting early Monday morning.
In fiscal year 2012, D.C. issued 1.8 million parking tickets worth $92.5 million, according to records obtained by AAA Mid- Atlantic. Most of those tickets went to drivers who live outside of D.C.
A former passenger is suing Uber car service and a driver after what he describes as a hateful and violent ride that left him injured and humiliated.