A new fund at Prince George’s County Public Schools has been established “to ensure that all students who need a hot meal will receive one throughout the shutdown and beyond.”
The Bethesda-to-New Carrollton Purple Line was supposed to open in early 2022, but it’s been delayed by a lawsuit, environmental reviews, property acquisitions and coordination with utilities and CSX.
The county has set up a website with a growing list of community resources, as more local agencies step forward to ease the burden.
Drivers looking for a family-friendly car have some new-for-2019 choices that might be worth considering — along with a model you may not know. See the advantages and pitfalls of three family cars.
For those who want something different as the end-of-year car-buying season ramps up, shoppers might consider a sporty hatchback. WTOP’s John Aaron and Mike Parris compared three standouts.
The end of the year is coming up, which means there are car sales galore. which car is right for you? Here’s a look at three popular three-row SUVs and a rundown of the advantages and pitfalls of each.
Facial recognition, better semiautonomous features and some simple comfort items are some of the latest tech standouts in the car market.
A jury will decide if Michael Ford is guilty of murder in the friendly-fire shooting death of Prince George’s County police detective Jacai Colson in March 2016. Ford is charged with second-degree murder and other offenses.
A long-dead firefighter? A hero horse? Some believe the home of Engine Company 3, just blocks from the Capitol, is haunted by a ghost — or ghosts.
On Day Two of the murder trial for Michael Ford, a Prince George’s County police officer who helped take down a gunman outside a police station testified about the chaotic events that led up to a narcotics detective’s death in 2016.
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.”
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.