The three winners of WTOP’s 2018 Junior Reporter Contest visited the Glass-Enclosed Nerve Center, ready to learn about radio and to share their own stories. See photos and video of their visit, and watch their winning reports.
From Tuesday, Nov. 20 to Sunday, March 31, the National Park Service said that the temporary road closures are meant to protect visitors and residents while work is done to manage the area’s white-tailed deer.
The next time you’re grumbling about a slushy commute or freezing temperatures, just remember that Bei Bei is absolutely stoked he’s having a snow day. See video of the giant panda rolling around in the snow.
Pumpkins, butternut squash and all kinds of colorful produce make fall a special season for tables around the D.C. region. Though they’re easy on the eyes, how nutritious are these brightly-hued harvests?
Pamphlets that named a white supremacist group were found earlier this week in what police called a rural neighborhood of Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
The 37-year-old man pleaded guilty to multiple charges, including first-degree child sexual abuse and second-degree cruelty to children, in August.
Nearly a week after the previous chair announced he was stepping down, a new chair was elected Wednesday who promptly apologized to the family of student-athlete Jordan McNair. The board’s reaction to his death has led to a slew of departures from the university’s administration and the football team.
Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin is projected to secure a third term, beating out challengers Republican Tony Campbell, independent Neal Simon and Libertarian Arvin Vohra.
Two people are dead and another is hospitalized after a commuter bus and a sedan collided in Woodbridge, Virginia, on Monday night.
Michael Ford, the man who was charged in the friendly-fire shooting death of Prince George’s County detective Jacai Colson in 2016, has been found guilty of second-degree murder by a jury Friday.
At the College Park campus, University of Maryland students gathered Thursday afternoon at the steps of an administrative building to remember student-athlete Jordan McNair and to share competing calls to action.
Police have arrested a woman and a teenager in connection to an assault that involved setting a woman on fire Sunday in Southeast D.C.
An Aldie, Virginia, woman was charged for being in a relationship that “caused or created a mental injury” to the child. The relationship was non-sexual, the sheriff’s office said.
A 26-year-old man was shot and killed Tuesday morning in Northeast D.C., police said. Just after 11 a.m., officers responded to the 5000 block of Fitch Place Northeast for the sounds of gunshots.
A driver in Elkridge, Maryland, fatally struck a pedestrian Tuesday night and did not stay at the scene, police said. See surveillance footage of the suspect vehicle from right after the crash.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.