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WTOP's Mike Murillo interviews Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo on latest developments in Hannah Graham case.
Local investigative reporter says he spoke with women at Tempo restaurant who had run-in with man held in abduction case.
Police have named a person of interest in the case of Hannah Graham, who was first reported missing in Charlottesville, Va., on Sept. 14.
Local Parkinson's foundation hopes to raise money and awareness about the disease.
Janet Bodnar, editor of Kiplinger Personal Finance
What happens when someone steals your license plate, then speeds past a camera? In Washington D.C., you could get a ticket, or possibly several tickets.
WTOP's Dave Dildine reports
School starts in less than two weeks in Montgomery and Prince George's counties and D.C., and when school bells begin ringing Aug. 25, some children will need proof they've complied with new school immunization requirements.
A local cat named Coco has demonstrated how it's possible for a house pet to stealthily map out neighbors' Wi-Fi networks.
Bill Solms, CEO of Wave Systems
The District is now in the upper echelon of highest income states, with an estimated six-figure median income for four-person households.
A man was killed on the Blue Line tracks in Alexandria early Saturday.
WTOP's Mike Murillo reports
Diane Wilson and Ken Mahnken have run Already Read Used Books, a secondhand bookstore in Alexandria, Va., for eight years. But by the end of this month, the couple - and their nearly 25,000 books and two cats - may need to close shop.
There was a phantom fleet used to confuse the Nazis ahead of the D-Day invasion.
A Veterans Treatment Court will open in Fairfax in January.
The millennial generation is the largest generation, and D.C. is the most popular U.S. city for millennials.
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