Central Pa. family create college scholarship to honor Navy Yard shooting victim
Some D.C. businesses and an apartment complex are without water Thursday morning after a water main broke in Northeast D.C.
A fire ripped through a home in Southeast D.C. on early Thursday morning on M Street near Minnesota Avenue.
One of D.C.'s kitchens opened its doors to those in need Christmas morning.
US Park Police: Man found dead at Anacostia Park Pavilion, no signs of foul play
The 12 losses of the Washington Redskins set to a Christmas tune.
A third D.C. police officer has been charged in a case involving child pornography.
It's a very Merry Christmas for the Washington Animal Rescue League.
A man in a Santa suit was shot with a pellet gun during a gift drive in Southeast D.C. Tuesday morning.
WTOP has many hard and fast traditions: journalistic integrity, a commitment to our listeners and readers, destroying Christmas baked goods.
"Home for the holidays" -- it's a phrase that carries a lot of emotional weight. And that's no different at the Washington Humane Society.
This time around, the fake emails look like they're coming from big box stores.
Police are looking for the suspect involved with an armed robbery and kidnapping that occurred at the Naylor Road metro station.
Man charged with 1st-degree murder in DC slaying in May
'Porgy and Bess' returns to National Theatre where original made history in DC in 1936
University police forces increasingly pushing beyond campus, blurring town-gown divide
It's the Christmas season and many homes across the Washington, D.C. area are adorned with twinkling lights and holiday decorations.
If you know where to look, these sometimes-elaborate festive displays can offer a fun, free holiday activity
A 13-year-old D.C. girl has been located after she was missing for about two days.
Christmas is a time for family bonding, traditions and gifts. But, for many, it's a time for work.
2 new magistrate judges appointed to DC Superior Court