In a letter Monday, St. Albans officials said that after deacadeslong allegations against teacher Vaughn Keith were corroborated in a report by the Key School in Annapolis, they have been hearing from St. Albans alumni about Keith, who taught Latin and classical history for six years in the 1980s.
The Washington Wizards are integrating a new tool that measures brain performance to ensure player safety and improve on-court performance.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has proposed redirecting funds for rink renovations — as well as other projects — toward school repairs and maintenance, a move that has drawn criticism from rink supporters.
Loudoun County residents are pleased with much of their existence, but they feel traffic and roads are below average, a survey finds.
A Georgetown University pediatrician is concerned an insulation factory being built in Jefferson County, West Virginia, will harm the health of children.
During a roundtable at the Northern Virginia Community Business Partnership, Sen. Mark Warner heard how the lack of pay has affected contractors — many of whom are employed through the nation’s AbilityOne program, one of the of the nation’s largest sources of employment for Americans with severe disabilities.
Here’s how much exercise will be needed to work-off popular foods that will be served at Super Bowl parties.
One year after the murder of Mala Manwani and her grown son, Rishi, in their Loudoun County home, charges have been dropped against the only suspect and nobody is set to stand trial.
Soon after Virginia announced its plans to extend Express Lanes almost three miles from Tysons Corner to the American Legion Bridge, Maryland has confirmed a new bridge will be equipped to handle extra traffic.
A new phone system provided a technical challenge during WTOP’s coverage of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks at the Pentagon.
In one week, WTOP’s news operation will be running from its brand-new Glass-Enclosed Nerve Center in Maryland. This week, as we get set to make the move, we’re flashing back on some memorable moments in the WTOP’s D.C. newsroom. Today, what happens when the computer system crashes.
D.C.’s attorney general says his new “mandatory reporting” bill to deal with clergy sexual abuse is not targeting any particular religions.
Distracted driving has been a problem for years, but the cause of the distraction has changed dramatically — and resulted in hundreds of crash deaths.
Air safety is being affected by the ongoing partial government shutdown, according to Virginia’s senators.
Two of Rose McGowan’s attorneys in her Virginia drug case are now defending Harvey Weinstein — the man McGowan accuses of sexually assaulting her.
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.