2nd rabid cat euthanized after Eastern Shore camper attacked
Hannah Graham, a University of Virginia student from Alexandria, is the third woman to go missing in the Charlottesville area this summer.
TD Bank on Thursday got Planning Board approval to build a one-story bank building and drive-through ATM on the site of one of downtown Bethesda's last remaining gas stations.
The cost of living in the Washington area is high, but you can make good money here, too, and for many young Americans entering the workforce the tradeoff is apparently worth it.
The dueling bacon and vegan festivals near Nationals Park this weekend feel like an artisanal altercation waiting to happen.
The uproar over Apple's decision to put U2's new album directly on users' mobile devices, for free, has competed for attention with the tech giant's new products. A roundup of industry professionals dissects one of history's strangest publicity stunts.
With sponsors making vague threats and pulling merchandise, the Minnesota Vikings reversed course with Adrian Peterson. Is this a sign of impending widespread change across the league?
About a dozen commuters were trapped in an elevator for 20 minutes at the Rosslyn Metro station during rush hour Thursday morning.
Federal government awards $2.8 million grant to study replacing rail bridge over Potomac
Maryland teacher wins more than $1 million on 'Wheel of Fortune'
NASA says Department of Defense rocket launch postponed at Wallops Flight Facility
Two toddlers in Montgomery County have been missing for nearly two weeks, but a search effort is only growing stronger with time.
Baltimore officer asks prosecutors to reconsider charges in cutting dog's throat
The County Council this week agreed with County Executive Isiah Leggett not to provide financial assistance to a developer who would tear down the Apex Building and allow for a better Bethesda Purple Line station underneath.
The issue of later school start times is about to be resolved in the largest public school system in the D.C.-Baltimore metropolitan area after more than a decade of debate.
Ocean City Beach Patrol says both men drowned because of strong rip currents. Swimming restrictions in Ocean City are now in place.
A Florida student attending Georgetown University has died from meningitis.
While gambling industry officials are asking Delaware lawmakers for financial help, a company controlled by Delaware Park owner Bill Rickman owes more than $5,000 in delinquent business taxes.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is criticizing an officer after surveillance video surfaced showing him repeatedly punching a man.
A federal judge in West Virginia has delayed ruling on a lawsuit challenging the state's same-sex marriage ban.
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