DC police accountability agency agrees with chief that officers should wear cameras
It might be another week or two until the Capital Crescent trail is open according to the National Park Service, which says yet another sewage spill from last week's storms is being investigated Thursday.
More than 250,000 people have signed an online petition asking major garden centers to stop treating their plants with pesticides that have been shown to contribute to the collapse of honey bee colonies.
D.C. police have released surveillance footage of a person dressed in black running from a shooting at a bus stop in Southeast that put a nearby high school on lockdown.
WTOP goes behind the scenes with members of Blue Man Group.
Homebrewer and writer Rob Fink sits down with Brooklyn Brewery's Brewmaster Garrett Oliver for a conversation on saisons.
The 20-inch main broke around 10 p.m. Wednesday on 13th Street and Trenton Place in Southeast.
National Zoo plans free concert by band Portugal.The Man for endangered tiger effort
DC-area Muslim groups to call for release of kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls
It's more than a tap takeover. Beer takes over D.C. as the culinary scene gears up for SAVOR.
A Washington woman has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of her 7-week-old son.
A D.C. police officer is facing charges for allegedly attacking and threatening to kill a girlfriend.
Man pleads guilty for firing at unmarked van full of police officers
Lawmakers have revived a long-stalled effort to create a National Women's History Museum in the nation's capital.
Because of new information, the National Park Service is asking people to continue avoiding parts of C&O Canal after last week's sewer overflow.
A D.C. Silver Alert has been canceled.
The developer of Union Market has submitted plans to redevelop another part of the 45-acre warehouse district, 1270 Fourth St. NE, with up to 520 residential units and nearly 40,000 square feet of ground floor retail in an 11-story building.
Nationals Manager Matt Williams was almost at Nats Park Wednesday morning when another driver being followed by Metropolitan police officers sideswiped his Tahoe while traffic was stopped at a red light.
A bicyclist was injured Wednesday morning near Observatory Circle providing a grim example of the dangers riders face navigating urban streets on International Bike To School Day.
This week is a tough one for those with allergies. Allergists say the most recent pollen count in our area sky high and the rain may not be helping.
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