The partial federal shutdown has ripple effects nationally as the Senate adjourned on Saturday with no resolution and no full session until Thursday. Here’s what local politicians are saying about the shutdown and what it means for those of us in the D.C. area.
Not only is it not out of the ordinary to still be shopping, there are still deals to be found in the stores and online.
Fire and rescue crews lead a llama to safety in Howard County after it was discovered in distress from flood waters in a local pasture.
Adopting a pet for a holiday gift should be a step that is carefully thought out, says veterinarian Dr. Katy Nelson.
Parts of the WTOP listening area are cleaning up after a storm dumped close to a foot of snow in southwestern Virginia and prompted school closings and delays in both Virginia and Maryland.
Several middle school students were taken to the hospital Friday following a crash involving two buses, according to fire department officials.
Police are looking for a suspect in an early Thursday morning armed kidnapping near Gallaudet University in Northeast D.C.
A water main break in Silver Spring, Maryland was still being repaired on Monday morning, likely leading to traffic delays for morning commute along George and Connecticut avenues in the affected area.
Five people are injured following a four-car crash on Rockville Pike on Sunday morning.
A student has been charged with malicious destruction of property in connection with graffiti and swastikas in a Goucher College dorm, Baltimore County Police said on Friday.
The charges against a 46-year-old Hyattsville man stem from two separate incidents on campus where women reported a man exposing himself in two different libraries.
This year’s presentation will feature several renowned individuals—from famed baseball player Alex Rodriguez to former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy—it will also encourage viewers to learn more about those some may call “hidden figures.”
This Halloween, candy isn’t the only thing you can get a deal on. Here’s a list of noteworthy deals — from doughnuts to cocktails.
A crisis center said that a former Walter Johnson High School student was “not a threat” after police were alerted eight months ago to a Snapchat he posted hoping “everyone at WJ dies,” according to charging documents.
The items were produced from Sept. 27, 2017, through Oct. 15, 2018, and distributed to Trader Joe’s and Harris Teeter.
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.