WTOP's Ari Ashe reports
The ladies who worked in the factories while husbands fought in WWII want their story to live on.
For one organizer, "America's 9-11 Ride" is a reminder of the 2001 attacks.
Police say 21-year-old Leonard Johnson of southeast Washington was arrested on Friday afternoon.
A new study by WalletHub breaks down the best and worst states for youth services.
D.C. tattoo artists and body piercers are joining forces to make sure regulations don't put them out of business.
Hundreds of people gathered in Meridian Hill Park, also known as Malcolm X Park, to protest last weekend's shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager, in Ferguson, Missouri.
True Food Kitchen, the latest restaurant to join the Mosaic District development in Merrifield, aims to open Sept. 23.
A woman riding a moped has died after being struck by a truck on Connecticut Avenue in the District, according to D.C. police.
The ride, which remembers those who died in the September 11 terrorist attacks, takes place this weekend.
Most restaurants and bars employ a host to greet guests, and Bardo is no exception. But its host is different from others -- he has four furry legs and a wagging tail.
Nycci Nellis, The List Are You On It
An off-duty police officer, a woman who was shot at early Wednesday morning while driving along Suitland Parkway, had been at same club as the suspect arrested in the case, according to D.C. Superior Court documents.
The NHL's announcement that the District would host its premier outdoor showcase brought joy to D.C. hockey fans, but still no venue has been set for the event.
For many parents, going back to school means a long list of things to do. Don't forget that doctor's visit.
The ice bucket challenge has invaded social media networks this week, calling more attention to individuals than ALS.
Two companies that partner with retailers to deliver alcoholic beverages in the District of Columbia have been declared legal by city regulators.
Smithsonian Natural History Museum closes temporarily for tech malfunction
School starts in less than two weeks in Montgomery and Prince George's counties and D.C., and when school bells begin ringing Aug. 25, some children will need proof they've complied with new school immunization requirements.
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