Man pleads guilty to manslaughter in 1995 killing in DC; plea deal calls for 10-year sentence
Impact of health insurance mandate on DC's 6,500 American Indians is unclear
Every time a major storm knocks out power, many wonder why Pepco doesn't move its power lines underground. A new proposal could to do just that.
DC nonprofit proposes clarifying post-arrest procedures in the city
An earthquake in Virginia confirmed by the U.S. Geological survey is the spawn of a massive quake that rocked the region about two years ago.
A heightened view from repair crews hanging off the top of the Washington Monument is captivating viewers.
A site commemorating a former U.S. president appears to be a popular spot for sexual hookups.
A water main break that occurred overnight Tuesday may affect some customers in Northwest D.C.
The emerald ash borer, native to China, has destroyed 100 million ash trees since its arrival in the U.S. more than a decade ago. The destructive pest has reached the Washington area, where it will soon emerge again.
A new survey from AAA Mid-Atlantic and Transurban-Flor finds that a vast majority of drivers in Virginia along I-95 either drive distracted or have witnessed someone doing so.
They look healthy. But more and more women are getting mastectomies to counter a hidden risk.
Capitals' team captain Alex Ovechkin is complaining about the officiating in the Caps Monday evening loss to the Rangers, which ended the team's playoff run.
DJs and bartenders will soon mix it up at the 9:30 Club. But this time, it's not just for the venue's regular concert go-ers; it's to raise money for D.C. Central Kitchen.
Five D.C. firefighters are on desk duty after criticizing D.C. police in a Facebook post and suggesting first responders take their time getting to incident scenes.
Five D.C. firefighters have been placed on desk duty after one of them made a Facebook post that criticized the D.C. police.
WTOP Living is partnering with the Washington Animal Rescue League to feature a Pet of the Week available for adoption. Meet this week's pet below.
A bit of Hollywood is back in the nation's capital this week. A Captain America movie is being shot near the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum.
From the moment the music swelled and the curtain rose in the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater, Septime Webre's adaptation of "The Sun Also Rises" charmed its audience.