D.C. officials are looking ahead to designing neighborhood shelters and to continuing a downward trend of homelessness by securing permanent housing for families.
Martese Edwards was charged for attempted murder in Prince George’s County on May 17, and had been evading U.S. Marshals for weeks before he was taken into custody by U.S. Secret Service agents Tuesday. A Secret Service spokesperson says the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office had failed to put in identifiable information that would have triggered an alert earlier, but the sheriff’s office said those changes would not have affected when and how the Secret Service learned of the warrant.
Prince William County police and the FBI were preparing to conduct a search missing 16-year-old Palmer Marsh near Lake Manassas in Nokesville, Virginia, when investigators happened upon the decomposed remains, police spokesman Nathan Probus told WTOP.
When a Suitland, Maryland contractor showed up for work at the northwest White House security checkpoint, he was arrested for attempted murder in a love triangle.
Four students at Battlefield High School in Prince William County were charged in connection with vandalism that included spreading animals parts around the field. The students also won’t be allowed to walk at graduation.
A DC man accused of rioting and destroying property during the Inauguration Day protests walked out of court a free man Monday, just days after a judge ordered the U.S. Attorney’s office to dismiss similar charges against others.
In court, prosecutors revealed more about Daniel Beckwitt and the reason behind the network of tunnels under his Bethesda house, where a man died last year while digging.
Daniel Beckwitt is accused in the death of 21-year-old Askia Khafra, who died in a Sept. 10 fire while helping dig tunnels underneath the home in Bethesda, Maryland.
Three men were rushed to the hospital after a shooting in Southeast D.C. and two other people were shot in separate incidents later Thursday afternoon, continuing a streak of gun violence in the District that has outraged the community and put pressure on city leaders to respond.
D.C. police have asked for the public’s help Tuesday night in locating a teen boy wanted on an arrest warrant for first-degree murder while armed in the fatal shooting of 15-year-old Jaylyn Wheeler.
A Burke, Virginia, man will soon make his way to a Maryland courtroom, charged with killing a contractor who prosecutors said he hired to tunnel under his family’s Bethesda home.
“They are disputes between known parties. Somebody introduces a firearm into that dispute, and the next thing you know, we have somebody shot, somebody killed,” D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said Tuesday on WTOP.
Tuesday is the last day to send in a voter registration, and the District is implementing some new technology ahead of the primary to make checking voting status easier.
A deadly holiday weekend in D.C. ramped up Friday night and seemed to continue unrelenting as officers responded to the eighth shooting in three days.
A Burtonsville, Maryland, Domino’s store is putting flyers on its pizza boxes offering a $7,500 reward to help get answers into the killing of one of its delivery drivers earlier this week.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley ranks the Best Movies in Every Genre.