D.C. Metropolitan police released information on a vehicle and two persons of interest in connection with the drive-by shooting that took place on March 11 in the 1200 block of North Capitol Street NW. The incident left 13 people injured.
Not only are the White House tours popular with students falling victim to the sequester cuts, there's another area where the cuts will impact children and leave parents scrambling.
A 19-year-old D.C. man has been arrested in connection with two recent sexual assaults.
A 31-year-old graduate student was shot and killed while walking home from the Metro Thursday night in Northwest D.C.
A D.C. man who posed as a cab driver, was convicted Monday of sexually assaulting and kidnapping three women who had hailed the man's cab.
The District and its federal partners want to hire a landscape designer of national renown to revamp Franklin Park to make it a "premier active, flexible and sustainable urban park connected to its community."
30,000 expected for weekend marathon and half marathon in District of Columbia
A small chain of coffee shops in the District just pulled off something big.
A federal judge has turned down an effort by opponents to stop a planned deer hunt in Rock Creek Park.
D.C.-based tapas chain La Tasca is rolling out a revamped menu from a new executive chef in preparation for an expansion.
Avianca, a 10-week-old Labrador mix, is WTOP's Pet of the Week.
Members of Congress and national animal welfare groups introduced the Safeguard American Food Exports Act of 2013, which would prohibit horse slaughter operations in the United States.
In the notoriously tightly wound city of Washington D.C., St. Patrick's Day offers residents a rare chance to cut loose. Here are some St. Paddy's events happening around the capital.
The Transportation Security Administration can't be "all things to all people at all times," says John Pistole, head of the administration.
The Washington metro area, known for its economic resiliency during the Great Recession, is beginning to slow down when it comes to population growth.
Hikers in D.C.'s Rock Creek Park are seeing warning signs and blue patches of ground where the National Park Service is using a herbicide to on the invasive fig buttercup, a plant that sprouts yellow flowers.
A D.C. Council bill that would require large retailers to pay higher wages will get a hearing next Wednesday before the Business, Consumer and Regulatory Affairs committee.
The Washington Archdiocese will celebrate the selection of a new pope with a Mass of Thanksgiving Wednesday evening.
Pope Francis is a pontiff of firsts. He is the first Francis and the first Jesuit pope. But he is also the first pope from the Americas and Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, says the symbolism of that global choice makes his selection historic.
Fans of the "Book of Mormon" are anxiously awaiting the moment when tickets go on sale to the public through the Kennedy Center Thursday.