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Hackers are everywhere. Users of public Wi-Fi hotspots need to know some of their tricks, in order to stay safe.
The man accused of killing his stepfather, who was a D.C. police detective, turned himself in to Prince George's County Police just after 6:30 Tuesday evening.
Montgomery County has been on a rocky fiscal road in recent years, but county employees could see a pay increase -- their first in three years.
Fairfax County has nearly 900 kids on a waiting list for pre-kindergarten programs.
The Washington Nationals are back at home for one final game before Opening Day.
It may take months before Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission knows why a 60-inch water main burst. What it does know is the sensor that was supposed to alert the utility didn't.
Cameras propped on top of red lights in D.C. are leading to citations for scores of drivers.
March Madness officially gets underway on Tuesday, and businesses are bracing for a drop in productivity and in Internet speeds as employees start watching the games while at work.
Dozens of gun control advocates braved chilly temperatures Thursday morning, seeking comment from National Rifle Association officials.
The Washington metro area, known for its economic resiliency during the Great Recession, is beginning to slow down when it comes to population growth.