High school hallways can sometimes feel like a labyrinth of discomfort. One 15-year-old escapes into the fantasy role playing game Dungeons & Dragons in "She Kills Monsters."
Iran judicial official: Washington Post reporter, other journalists held on 'security issues'
Unemployment in DC holds steady from June to July; District adds jobs because of youth program
The project will offer "small-unit" (SB-Urban does not use the term "micro") furnished rental apartments "with distinctive shared living spaces for people who live a very urban and career-prioritized lifestyle."
Montgomery County Public Schools is looking for more donations to its backpack and school supplies campaign as the first day of school approaches.
Maryland university settles lawsuit over attack by former student who later killed, ate a man
A product derived from marijuana that looks and feels like lip balm is becoming popular with teens, police say, but it's a potent drug that can easily be concealed.
D.C. Beer Week is here and ready to provide an entirely different kind of hangover.
Virginia Supreme Court chooses Donald W. Lemons as chief justice
The bankruptcy court trustee overseeing Reston-based electrical contractor Truland Group Inc. is throwing in the proverbial towel on what electrical subcontracts the company was working on when it shut down last month and has asked the federal judge overseeing its liquidation effort for permission to abandon its claim to the tools it has been storing for work on those job sites.
WTOP's Mike McGrath has advice on trimming your crepe myrtles and on how to get bugs, worms and creepy-crawlies from eating you and your plants.
Virginia Lottery earns record $538.6 million in latest fiscal year
Prince George's County police are looking for more information after they say a woman was found dead in her home Monday morning.
Covington man receives 40-year sentence for killing wife, burying her body in cemetery
Tuesday's special election will be the last time Northern Virginia voters go to the polls before new photo ID requirements kick in.
Nycci Nellis, The List, Are You On It?
Poor Flint! This wonderful 8-month-old Lab mix arrived from Mississippi two months ago, and he keeps getting overlooked by prospective adopters.
Journalist, author Donovan Webster charged with DUI in crash that killed Virginia man
Va. corrections agency says equipment lease with John Deere will enhance farming operations
Auto thefts saw major declines in the D.C. area in 2013, but AAA says it's no reason for drivers to let their guards down in the summer when most vehicle thefts occur.
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