The office of D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine filed suit against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, alleging that the agency has failed to properly respond to requests for information about raids carried out earlier this year in predominantly Latino communities in the District.
Police say a woman saw a man walk out from behind a dumpster Oct. 18, don the mask and order her out of her car. She said he had a knife and threatened to kill her.
Dwayne Matthews is traveling to 10 such higher-education institutions and barbershops near their campuses this month. He says he wants to come to people “in spaces and communities where they feel the most comfortable.”
The Monday morning hearing was a civil procedure to ensure Luis Cabrera, 18, isn’t allowed to access or purchase weapons, regardless of what happens during his criminal proceedings.
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue spokesman Pete Piringer said a special needs bus collided with a passenger car and a truck near the intersection of Frederick Road/Maryland Route 355 and Gunners Branch Road.
They’re not on the ballot for the midterm election in about two weeks, but Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark Herring fielded questions from a multifaith, nonpartisan group at Fairfax High School Sunday.
Virginia Tech student Brianna Burch’s family agreed Friday to put up the sum to try to end the legal fight over the Labrador retriever named Lesley, but it’s less than the $75,000 Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers wants.
Even though his DNA was found at the scene, 46-year-old Oswaldo Elias Martinez has never stood trial in Brittany Binger’s 2005 death. He was deemed incompetent because he can’t speak or hear, and he’s been held in jail and mental hospitals.
Manassas police were alerted Sunday night to the threat posted to Instagram. The threatened schools, Osbourn High and Baldwin Elementary schools, have an increased police presence Monday.
Prince George’s County Public Schools may soon find itself in a court battle over summer school fees that the ACLU says have prevented some students from graduating.
Fitch, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s all affirmed the AAA rating for the county, and all keep their outlook for Montgomery County as “stable.”
D.C.-based business news and how-to website The Manifest says 86 percent of Americans now use social media every day. Women are more likely than men to check in repeatedly throughout the day.
An Indiana-based nonprofit is recycling Amtrak’s old leather train seats into thousands of bags and backpacks.
Crystal City is considered a strong contender in Amazon’s search for a second headquarters, and while neither Arlington County or JBG Smith has cited the possibility of landing the Amazon headquarters for the ongoing reboot of Crystal City, Crystal Square will be a shot in the arm for the area’s redevelopment.
As Marylanders prepare to head to the polls, WTOP headed to Frederick County, Maryland, to find out what’s at stake for residents and local party leaders with under a month left until the 2018 elections.
The proliferation of smartphones and social media have provided more avenues for online predators to target children. In the WTOP series, “Preventing Online Predators,” WTOP goes behind the screen with undercover detectives who work to identify and track down child predators on the internet and speaks to a family about how their teen daughter was targeted.