A driver who received a ticket on his rental car for an expired meter got charged twice for the ticket, an issue that highlights the different rules that apply to rental cars and car sharing services.
Trademark office rejects 'Washington Redskin Potatoes,' says name would be disparaging
The man Alexandria police want to talk to in connection with the three unsolved murders of RuthAnne Lodato, Ron Kirby and Nancy Dunning will remain in custody on a $100,000 bond despite prosecutors' efforts to have that bond revoked.
A lieutenant with D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services went before a trial board on Wednesday for charges related to the neglect of a dying man across the street from a fire station.
Just in time for the March Madness, we discover two D.C. area digs are in the brackets for Best College Bars in America. Really.
If you use a Groupon coupon for food or drink, DC Central Kitchen will get a little boost.
In the past few months, millions of people had personal and financial information stolen because of security lapses at retailers and universities.
Report on Navy Yard killings says Pentagon must focus more on defeating insider threats
It's time to honor D.C.'s restaurants and those behind the scenes who pave the way in the world of culinary innovation.
DC fire lieutenant facing disciplinary board, is accused of failing to aid dying man
D.C.'s Southwest waterfront will welcome a mixed-use development project that will dramatically change a 1-mile stretch from the Fish Market to Fort McNair.
The District has released the best renderings yet of the planned Chuck Brown Memorial Park, in advance of an early April review by the National Capital Planning Commission.
A D.C. police officer shot and wounded a man during a Northwest raid in an apartment not far from Union Station Tuesday morning.
DC police, FBI probe report of possible ricin at Georgetown University dormitory
Panhandle baseball coach to get new kidney from twin sister
A few D.C. area chefs are still in the running to be honored in this year's edition of the James Beard Foundation awards.
While most young adults settle in to watch a movie, meet friends for a drink or have dinner at a local restaurant after work, WTOP Editor Samantha Loss spends her evenings hanging upside-down.
Lily and Frankie are a bonded dynamic duo.
Diagnosed with celiac disease, a local pastry cook has fought for the job she loves and has turned her condition into an asset for a D.C. eatery and others with dietary restrictions by creating tasty gluten-free treats.
"The Peculiar Case of Formula 12," a new web series filmed in D.C., is a "retelling, a reimagining, of a classic science fiction thriller."
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