William Howard Taft - also known as Bill - is the newest racing president at Nationals Park. Wednesday night, some of his relatives, including great-grandson John were front and center to see the race.
Almost thirty years helping Georgetown win a national title, a member of the team is back in the winner's circle with a $1 million lotto ticket.
A handful of new deals that could help to boost D.C.'s office market, which was virtually stagnant in terms of leasing activity for the first three months of the year.
Old Dominion names American coach Jeff Jones to lead basketball program
A Georgetown staple where presidents and visitors have celebrated their own big nights is celebrating a milestone of it's own. Martin's Tavern is turning 80.
When the doors close, some Metro commuters hold their breaths.
Sixty two high schools in 22 states currently use the Redskins name, while 28 high schools in 18 states have dropped the mascot over the last 25 years.
The District on Thursday launched its search for an academic institution to anchor St. Elizabeths east, continuing its incremental approach to landing key tenants for the 183-acre campus.
A hydroponic garden that employs veterans may open in D.C. next year. One of its partners, Dylan Ratigan, wants to see veterans play a larger role in solving the nation's problems.
With the push of a button, people trying to cross some D.C. streets can bring traffic to a stop.
Nationals fans know the names Harper and Strasburg, but Wednesday night the spotlight was on a guy named Taft.
Census figures show the District of Columbia will need space for 33,000 more children in schools over the next five years.
The District of Columbia issued more than 700,000 speed camera tickets last fiscal year, netting the city about $78.8 million dollars -- a record high.
More Americans moved in 2012, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And one van line says, more people came to the D.C. area than any other city.
Former DC Councilmember Michael Brown ends special election campaign
A body found in the Anacostia River has been identified as an Iraq war veteran from Prince George's County.
Cooler weather will bring the Washington area good news on the bug front, but invasive species are causing millions of dollars of damage.
What do you get when a chef, a lawyer, a nonprofit employee and a dietitian walk into a restaurant? It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but it's actually one local organization's formula for encouraging access to healthy food options at several D.C. area restaurants.
WTOP's Dick Uliano reports.
Efforts to map the brain will team government and private sector scientists who caution their work will take years. But the new knowledge of the human mind could yield treatments for an array of disorders, like paralysis and epilepsy.