US Forest Service investigates drowning of man, horse at Bark Camp Lake Recreation Area
Three local Salvation Army officers are assisting with vital efforts in Oklahoma after powerful storms swept across the region last month.
Fans who want to see more of Bryce Harper are getting their wish as the Nationals All-Star is modeling underwear for Under Armor.
Carroll Co. swim school temporarily closes, health dept. says pool operated without permit
Former U.S. Secret Service agent Dan Bongino is scheduled to announce his plans to run for the Republican nomination for Maryland's 6th district congressional race.
About 800 high school students have gathered in Radford for the 71st annual American Legion Boys State.
Thomas Penfield Jackson, who as a federal judge in Washington presided over a historic Microsoft antitrust case and the drug possession trial of former Mayor Marion Barry, has died.
More than 160 derelict properties in Danville could be demolished under a proposal before City Council.
The State Board of Social Services is coming to Virginia Beach this week to discuss ways to prevent child deaths.
Jon Lester insisted he was victimized by bad luck, even though the box score suggested otherwise.
24 Virginia localities to receive state grants for school resource officers
Soldiers based at Fort Lee are coming home from a six-month deployment to Kuwait and Afghanistan.
WTOP has learned the furlough of government workers will mean a delay in the toxic cleanup at Spring Valley near American University.
Police are looking for a man who reportedly exposed himself to two women in the dressing room area of a Columbia, Md. Target store.
The Howard Hughes Corp. plans to begin an ambitious redevelopment of Landmark Mall in Alexandria in spring 2014 following the Alexandria City Council's approval of the multimillion-dollar project.
Man charged in shooting in Md. convenience store parking lot when officers were nearby
Conventional wisdom follows that motorists and bicyclists are at odds over sharing the road. But when it comes to road improvements and traffic safety, there appears to be surprising harmony: Build more bicycle lanes.
IRS supervisor in Washington reviewed earliest tea party cases, contradicting agency claims
Running in the hallways of Clarksburg High School isn't allowed -- driving an award-winning electric vehicle is OK, though.