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  • Woman attacked by four men in Adams Morgan

    WASHINGTON — Police are looking for four men in connection with an early-morning assault of a woman in Adams Morgan in D.C. Sunday. The assault took place shortly before 3 a.m., according to Metropolitan Police,…

  • Teen shot to death in Northwest D.C.

    WASHINGTON — A teenager is dead in Northwest and the D.C. police department is calling it a homicide. Shortly after 7 p.m. Friday, D.C. police officers were called to the 5700 block of Georgia Avenue…

  • Survey finds lower wage workers have longest commutes in D.C. area

  • Privacy and budget concerns fuel debate over D.C. police body cameras

    WASHINGTON — Most people seem to welcome the idea of D.C. police officers wearing body cameras. But there’s a major concern about how the body camera program will work. The problem — D.C.’s mayor put language…

  • Parking garage collapses at Watergate

    WASHINGTON — Firefighters are on the scene of a structural collapse of a parking garage at the Watergate hotel. Structural collapse: 2600 Virginia Ave Nw, pancake collapse in the parking garage, SpOps and collapse team…

  • Bill to bring sledding back to Capitol Hill advances

    WASHINGTON — It’s going to be a while before there’s any more snow on the ground, but Congress is still talking about sledding on Capitol Hill. The House Appropriations Committee on Thursday passed a measure…

  • Local business fights ‘produce prejudice,’ reduces food waste, one sip at a time

    WASHINGTON — Shiny green apples, blemish-free beets and round red tomatoes paint the picture of most grocery store produce aisles. But there’s an ugly truth behind all of the pretty produce. Research shows that up…

  • Man charged with murder in weekend shooting

    WASHINGTON – Police have made an arrest in a deadly shooting that happened over the weekend in northwest D.C. Around 2 a.m. Sunday, two men were found with apparent gunshot wounds in the 400 block of…

  • Parking tickets near Nationals Park overturned upon further review

    WASHINGTON — More than 40 Washington Nationals fans who received parking tickets for not paying to park are off the hook, WTOP has learned. The tickets were issued after the DC Department of Transportation (DDOT)…

  • Suspect ID’d in Metro assault on 69-year-old man (Photo)

    WASHINGTON — Metro Transit Police have released a photo and the name of a suspect in the assault of a 69-year-old man last week. Police have filed a felony assault charge against the man they say…

  • 2015 CINE Golden Eagle winners announced

    WASHINGTON — One of the nation’s oldest film industry awards has just announced its winners for 2015. The 58th CINE Golden Eagle Awards for Professional Media honor originality and storytelling in media across genres and distribution platforms. “A…

  • Houston-based Fiesta Mart grocer sold to ACON Investments

    HOUSTON (AP) — Texas-based grocery store chain Fiesta Mart LLC has been sold to ACON Investments LLC. Terms of the sale were not released Wednesday. Fiesta, which caters to Hispanic consumers, is among the largest…

  • Japan’s prime minister announces $1M gift to Smithsonian

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is announcing a $1 million gift to the Smithsonian’s Asian art museums during his visit to Washington. During a private reception Wednesday night, Abe said Japan’s government…

  • Arena Stage to hold open auditions for ‘Oliver!’

    WASHINGTON — “Consider Yourself” invited to perform in a hit musical. Arena Stage is holding open auditions Saturday for “Oliver!” The show will run Oct. 30, 2015-Jan. 3, 2016 in the Fichandler Stage, featuring a string of…

  • Museum construction will force D.C. road closures

    WASHINGTON -— The construction of the National Museum of African-American History and Culture will cause some road closures and delays that will run through the end of next week. The National Park Service says that…