The Nike Women's Half Marathon will close roads throughout Downtown D.C. Sunday morning.
DC officials drop proposed 24-hour waiting period to obtain a tattoo or body piercing
The National Park Service says the tower of the Old Post Office is closing for two years during renovations to the building.
The cost of living in the D.C. area is expensive. But most who live in the area already know.
Davis Gestiehr, who you may remember bringing down the house alongside Billie Joe at the Patriots Center last year during a Green Day concert, gave a stellar performance April 25 at the Wizards game.
Comcast to lead a volunteering effort to beautify the city in the Washington area.
As Potomac Video in Chevy Chase prepares to close its doors this spring, D.C. is losing not only the last remaining brick and mortar video store, but also the expertise that distinguishes this neighborhood institution from big box competitors.
As a nationwide search continues for missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd, a local effort to find her is reaching hundreds on an obscure internet broadcast run out of D.C.
DC man gets 28 years for killing taxi cab driver in Adams Morgan in 2013
Mike Rowe, the host of the Discovery Channel's "Dirty Jobs," has seen hundreds of filthy, messy occupations, but during his quest, he says he noticed a more telling trend in the job market.
As the Wizards prepare to hit the court Friday for Game 3 of their playoff series against the Chicago Bulls, tickets are a hot commodity — and prices on the secondary market are soaring 92 percent over what they were a week ago.
The Washington Wizards are young and hungry. Maybe it's a team that deserves its own playoff anthem? D.C. rapper Styme thinks so.
Claims that NBC hired a psychological consultant to interview people close to "Meet the Press" moderator David Gregory are "complete fiction," the journalist said on WTOP Friday -- the first time he has publicly addressed the reports.
Nearly 11,000 square feet of the Anacostia Warehouse Supermarket building at 1918 14th St. SE, acquired by Vienna-based Good Hope Investments LLC in November 2012 for $2.8 million, will be converted into a 15-station outpatient dialysis clinic with the capacity for nine additional future stations.
Prosecutors seek more than 3 years for ex-DC councilmember, Brown seeks lighter sentence
Newseum opens new 'Pictures of the Year' exhibit in DC, showing best photojournalism of 2013
The Wizards are in an enviable position in their first-round series, but they know that there is work to be done.
This is the year we're supposed to start seeing him make good on all the pomp and circumstance that made him the first overall pick in the 2012 draft, WTOP's Rob Woodfork says.
Fearing privatization, postal workers protest Staples store pilot program as a 'dirty deal'
Drivers' complaints helped uncover a larger problem in the ticketing program in the District of Columbia that lacks proper safeguards to protect innocent drivers, mostly from Maryland and Virginia.
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