A Manassas police detective who worked on a regional task force to protect children from Internet crimes and was at the center of a child exploitation investigation killed himself Tuesday as police came to arrest him.
Yellow caution tape is curling around bushes, banisters and porches in an area neighborhood — not because a crime happened there, but to draw attention to gun laws.
Researchers think the decline is due to a number of factors including logging in that forest, climate change, and a loss of food sources along the 3,000-mile migration route, which grant funds will help restore.
On Thursday, Kenneth Saltzman, 49, pleaded guilty to two counts of allowing underage drinking at his North Potomac home in late June.
D.C. lawmakers are considering dozens of issues raised during public testimony surrounding whether it should ban marijuana use in private businesses.
Metro Transit Police are looking for a group of teenagers they say assaulted three riders last month, taking electronics and robbing a teen of his shoes.
It may be good grammar, but researchers at Binghamton University found that text messages ending with a period are perceived as being less sincere.
Some parents in Howard County are up in arms, confused over a new proposal to the school board that would remove the two Jewish holidays from the school calendar.
Plans for a high-speed rail may be in their infancy — but many people are already looking forward to a rail option that can zip them down the I-95 corridor.
A fire in downtown Emmitsburg, Maryland, left one person dead and two others with life-threatening injuries.
A homeless shelter that opened its doors earlier this year now offers emergency beds for the LGBT community when the temperatures dips below freezing. Some say the facility was badly needed.
WASHINGTON — Rumors that officers are leaving the city’s police force in droves aren’t true, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier says. “The department is in the midst of a retirement bubble,” Lanier wrote in a memo…
Lice don’t take a winter break, says Lauren Salzberg, the woman known as the Potomac Lice Lady. She offers advice to parents about nits.
Blame it on the rain, but this season’s demand is the highest North Star Tree Company has ever seen.
Lee Robert Moore, a 37-year-old Maryland resident, did not attend his detention hearing at US federal court in Delaware Wednesday morning because of a chickenpox outbreak in the detention center where he’s being held.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley ranks the Best Movies in Every Genre.