The Mars Experience at the National Air and Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center will give kids a taste of life on another planet — in a very unusual school bus.
“Sports betting is going to happen and I believe we should act before our neighboring jurisdictions,” said D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans, at a public hearing for the District’s sports gambling measure.
Utility crews have been working to resolve a handful of complaints about brown drinking water in the Rockville-Aspen Hill area.
Following recent nerve agent poisonings in England, similar attacks here in the U.S. are the subject of a new bulletin from federal agencies to hospitals and emergency workers.
To reduce the chances of another devastating flood, nearly 20 historic buildings in Ellicott City would be removed in order to widen stream channels and improve water flow. For some, vacating those buildings is “asking a lot.”
Howard County executive Allan Kittleman made the announcement Thursday, nearly three months after deadly flash flooding hit the town — the second event of its kind in less than two years.
The football player’s father sided with the university president amid criticism over having axed a proposal to reform athletic health care.
WTOP Car Guy Mike Parris got the inside story on the industry by visiting the world’s largest wholesale auto auction facility, in Manheim, Pennsylvania.
The parents of a University of Maryland football player are speaking out for the first time since his death, weighing in on a report of a “toxic coaching culture” and calling for the head football coach to step down.
The family of Bijan Ghaisar is suing the U.S. government and the officers who opened fire on him, among others. “We can’t get any information, and for this to be happening eight months after a shooting is truly unprecedented,” their lawyer said.
Under Virginia’s E-ZPass Customer Service Agreement, drivers who haven’t used their account for a toll payment for six months could have their account terminated. Northam said he was made aware of the issue recently and said he had been affected as well.
There are claims that a recent Washington-area real estate sale has set the record for the area’s most expensive piece of land. Find out where it is and see a photo.
The so-called “Signing Store” will land in D.C. in October at 6th and H Streets, Northeast, near Gallaudet University.
The event, which runs through Tuesday, offers fans a chance to get autographs from players and get their picture taken with the World Series trophy and see artifacts from the game’s history.
Police said four people were stabbed in an attack at Hillandale Park in Montgomery County, Maryland, on Thursday night.