Officials say about 50 people were on the bus, which was headed to New Jersey from Washington, when it hit the overpass at the entrance of the station late Sunday.
Police said a Mitchellville man turned a gun on his ex-girlfriend and then himself during a domestic dispute in Upper Marlboro.
Several large pits have marked the lawn and front driveway of the Atrium Condominiums in Rosslyn after a storm drain collapsed.
Police say a Virginia man killed in a shootout with deputies fled the scene of a fatal shooting earlier.
Transportation Security Administration officers stopped an Alexandria, Virginia, man with a loaded handgun at a local airport’s security checkpoint Aug. 13, according to a news release.
Virginia State Police say a Maine resident has been accused of spitting in the face of another protester during weekend demonstrations in Charlottesville.
The baby’s mother, an employee at the Domino’s in Emporia, Virginia, had dropped off one or two other children at a day care Friday before driving to work, Emporia Police Chief Rick Pinksaw said.
The three men who pleaded guilty to a 2015 shootout that killed a local college graduate were sentenced in D.C. Superior Court on Monday morning.
ATLANTA (AP) — A jury in Atlanta has convicted a Nigerian man on federal charges related to hacking universities. Prosecutors said in a news release Monday that 34-year-old Olayinka Olaniyi and co-defendant 29-year-old Damilola Solomon…
Metro’s largest union and members of the D.C. Council are outraged that Metro and D.C. police provided Unite the Right 2 participants with what they describe as a private Metro car to get to Sunday’s rally.
Developer The Meridian Group has announced a list of new restaurants that will join its massive The Boro development in Tysons Corner when it opens next year.
Workers recently put the finishing touches on a new protected bike lane through Ballston. The new lane runs along N. Quincy Street, stretching from N. Glebe Road to 9th Street N. The lane was installed…
D.C.’s police chief said that planning allowed law enforcement to effectively separate the roughly two dozen white nationalists from the large crowds of people protesting the “Unite the Right 2” rally Sunday.
There has been a bit of a restaurant renaissance in Georgetown this year, reversing what had become a mini-exodus of restaurants from the Georgetown area in recent years.
WTOP’s Senior Sports Director Dave Johnson says all the carefully worded statements from University of Maryland officials regarding the death of Jordan McNair won’t bring the 19-year-old offensive lineman back to life.
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.