Traffic gets bad enough as it is. What will happen if some commuter bus routes are cancelled?
A 28-year-old New Jersey man has been arrested in Stafford County, Va., in what authorities say is one of the largest drug seizures of its type in the region's history.
A federal court jury has found former Bank of the Commonwealth president and CEO Edward Woodard Jr. and three others guilty of conspiring to defraud the bank out of $71 million.
A federal grand jury has indicted the owner, operator and chief engineer of a Maltese-flagged coal ship that has been detained in Virginia since April over alleged environmental violations.
Local food bloggers recommend their favorite barbecue recipes in anticipation for summer.
Most people who see the lime-green ELF hybrid vehicle have the same question: What is it?
Prince George's interim superintendent to stay on through summer
Sales of homes in the U.S. are at their highest level in 3 ½ years, rising 9.7 percent in the last 12 months. And the D.C. area is experiencing the same surge.
Virginia likely to take control of 300 acres at Fort Monroe by end of May
Kid Rock, Rolling Stones and more on summer tours, scalping and secondary sources for tickets
Dominion donates $500K to Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia
Virginia mom given weekend jail sentence for mooning son's school bus driver, students
For the 13th season, the Jazz in the Garden series at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden will provide free tunes and an end-of-the-week catharsis.
Obama to speak at Naval Academy graduation for 2nd time
Roseline Gorantla commutes from the Philadelphia suburbs to D.C. Her morning commute the day WTOP shadowed her: three hours, 42 minutes.
Washington Co. fire volunteer hit by car while helping to clear I-68 wreck
A record number of families will gather in Arlington this weekend to honor their fallen military service members and to find support and comfort from other families coping with similar losses.
Memorial Day weekend can be a dangerous time of year on the roads with more people traveling and attending parties and barbecues.
A construction worker was killed and another was severely injured after being trapped for about four hours under a 50,000-pound piece of concrete following a partial parking garage collapse at the Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda.