A D.C. police sergeant could be facing disciplinary action after someone took his police cruiser for a short joyride and crashed it Monday afternoon.
Snow doesn't deter people lining up to hear Supreme Court arguments on gay marriage cases
Park Service: Spring snow not expected to affect DC's cherry blossoms
The D.C. firefighters' union says it has no confidence in Chief Kenneth Ellerbe to lead the department.
WTOP Living compiles the best bars in the D.C. area to watch local colleges compete in the NCAA Tournament.
Delinquency and foreclosure rates among Washington-area homeowners continued to trend lower in January, mirroring a national decline.
District of Columbia police are investigating a fatal shooting in Southeast Washington.
A federal employee tells WTOP that he's been fighting D.C.'s Department of Motor Vehicles over what he calls a "bogus" parking ticket for a year and a half.
More than 4,000 people walked or ran down Pennsylvania Avenue Sunday morning to bring awareness to colon cancer, a disease that is often overlooked.
John Rider, 55, is the owner of Pedro & Vinny's, your standard burrito food truck. But there's not much that's normal about Rider's business. He serves burritos, and jokes, to nearly 225 people every day.
Councilwoman Muriel Bowser is the first to join the race for D.C. mayor, entering what could become a crowded field for the city's top job.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Washington as among the worst cities in the country for retirees.
D.C. Fire & EMS is coming under fire after a new report raises questions about whether the department is prepared for emergencies.
While most people are familiar with the combination of beer with hot dogs or peanuts, but a local brother-sister team is pairing beer with their gourmet pickles.
The first business licensed to sell medical marijuana in the district is set to open its doors to the public next month.
It's a bird... It's a plane... It's a green flash of light zooming over the skies above the D.C. region!
A single mother in D.C. is searching for work after she was laid off from her job of nearly 30 years.
There may have been some warning signs before a 5-foot water main burst in Chevy Chase this week.
A former D.C. police officer was sentenced to two lifetime terms plus 20 years without parole for killing his mistress and their baby daughter.