WTOP sat down with Laura Hayes of Dining Bisnow to talk about the hottest dining trends in the District.
Bill to minimize pre-K suspensions in DC; report found 181 suspensions of 3- and 4-year-olds
Relisha Rudd's disappearance sparked an in-depth Washington Post investigation into the shelter that turned up serious problems, including filthy conditions and abusive workers.
Starting Monday, ticket writers in the District of Columbia will crack down on illegal parking along the H Street-Benning Road corridor from the Hopscotch Bridge to the old Spingarn High School.
A world away from the Tour de France, the Brompton U.S. Championship took place on Sunday afternoon at RFK Stadium.
The number of cyclists is growing in a town known for its traffic. And while this trend is great for the health of environment and the health of District residents, it has caused some tension between motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
Four people were shot in two incidents on the District Sunday night.
The man is described as black, 5'7" with a slender build. He has a medium to dark complexion, a narrow face, and is about 24 years old.
Similar laws are on the books in D.C. and Virginia.
Rasdavid Lagarde of northeast Washington was arrested last fall in the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Omar Sykes, a senior business marketing major.
DC mayor vetoes $10.6 billion budget, citing streetcar funding, yoga and gym tax
Smithsonian to host viewing party for the final match of the World Cup
Burglar posing as cable worker steals property from home of DC mayoral nominee's parents
Demand was strong for municipal bonds from the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority that mature in 100 years, the first public utility to sell so-called Century Bonds,
One of the homes burglarized is that of parents of D.C. mayoral candidate Muriel Bowser.
Starting Aug. 25, the Georgia Avenue and 14th Street corridors will get extended buses that can hold more people.
A frozen, red, sugary drink with an umbrella? That's not a daiquiri. Uncovering the myths and the history of summer's darling drink.
The transformation of the Florida Avenue Market continues with Edens Realty Inc.'s latest pitch to the D.C. Zoning Commission, this time for more than 500,000 square feet of retail, entertainment, office and possibly residential on and around the Market building.
The federal government shutdown had one long-lasting effect.
The cars versus bicyclist debate on area roads has reached a fever pitch sparked by a controversial commentary by Washington Post Columnist Courtland Milloy titled "Bicyclist bullies try to rule the road in D.C."
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