A man accused of beating and robbing an elderly vendor near George Washington University in 2005 has been convicted for a second time in the case.
D.C. chefs have embraced the pop-up concept for a few years now; artists and retailers have also welcomed the model. And now, couples looking to tie the knot can join the pop-up trend.
The plan to bury the District's most vulnerable power lines took an important step forward this week.
Congressional panel to conduct hearing on $65 million renovation of Roanoke federal building
It's said that women compose just 24 percent of the overall ridership in the D.C. region, and a number of issues help explain the disparity.
Jay Leno to receive nation's top humor award, the Mark Twain Prize, at Kennedy Center in DC
Dogs can easily overheat if left in a car on a hot day or left in a backyard with no shade.
DC leaders praise decision to revoke trademark for Redskins name
The District has opened its 19 spray parks a week early to help kids stay cooling during the heat wave.
WTOP took to social media to ask people what, if any name, should replace the "Washington Redskins" if this is the end for the team's nickname?
Harris Teeter customers in Northern Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland and Delaware will soon see the prices on popular products drop, thanks to an expansion of the grocery store's lower price campaign.
A second woman says she was attacked along the Metropolitan Bike Trail Monday, hours after another woman was assaulted.
Not every experience in D.C. is expensive and exclusive to big spenders. Here are some free and low-cost ideas for your next date.
Smithsonian honors Ralph Lauren for his 5 decades in fashion, work to preserve US flag
DC police find body in back yard of row house where man was found dead in attic
As the National Zoo prepares to close its Invertebrate Exhibit, WTOP decided to take a look at what visitors will be missing once these creatures are relocated.
A project set to begin in August will transform a heavily-used, unsightly section of turf into patch worthy of a golf course -- and lots of events and rallies. The upgrades, however, usher in new restrictions on events and the footprints they leave behind.
AP Exclusive: Experts discover the portrait of a mystery man beneath Picasso's 'The Blue Room'
D.C. Water is asking residents to leave the fire hydrants alone and find other ways to cool down as the temperatures soar this summer.
The D.C. police are looking for a man they say tried to sexually assault a woman on the Metropolitan Branch Trail.
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