Through Sept. 6, the District will be unveiling 15 new Department of Public Works trucks wrapped in artists’ murals.
While cities across the U.S. compete to land Amazon’s HQ2, one group of residents in Arlington said they don’t want to see Amazon’s new headquarters set up shop there.
Somewhere, a 52-year-old cancer patient needed a stem-cell transplant. WTOP’s own Jenny Glick turned out to be a match, and she gave the valuable donation. Here’s her story.
After years on the run, a suspect on the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitive” list has been arrested in Woodbridge, Virginia.
Prince George’s County Schools wants to give local kids new school supplies to kick off the new school year. Here’s how you can register.
An Alexandria dad and his daughter are preparing to “Facebook Live” six episodes of their road trip to Los Angeles to help raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
“If there is a community in the country or even in the world, who thinks that public safety is simply a law enforcement initiative, they are wrong,” said Chief Spokesman for Baltimore City Police, T.J. Smith.
The Federal Transit Authority and Maryland Transit Administration are appealing a judge’s ruling requiring a new environmental study of the Purple Line project, arguing it is unnecessary and that further delays could compromise the project.
Starting Monday, the new Belmont Ridge Road Bridge over the Washington and Old Dominion Trail will carry one lane of traffic in the south and northbound direction.
There were more headaches for Red Line riders on Saturday as shuttle buses were frequently caught in heavy traffic in Bethesda.
New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention find opioid prescriptions are down nationwide, but are still overprescribed.
When you think summer hazards, you might not think air conditioners, but the National Fire Protection Association reported 20 deaths and $82 million in property damage nationwide in 2016.
Maryland Medicaid now has a more rigorous authorization process required for prescription opioids and they are encouraging providers to consider non-opioids as a first-line treatment for chronic pain.
Some D.C. juvenile offenders will spend a lot of time this summer mowing lawns of senior residents, and they are not complaining.
County officials have not yet confirmed the identity of the body, but personal belongings of a missing 13-year-old were found in the area.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.