WTOP's Mike Murillo reports
A number of school systems, non-profits and other organizations make sure that kids don't suffer a "nutrition gap" when school is out.
DC councilmember, mayoral candidate to seek meeting with Md. congressman over pot amendment
DC-area students raise more than $750,000 for leukemia and lymphoma society
The D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration said that Ultra sells alcohol without a license and must stop operations immediately.
The Redskins are making some political moves in preparation to defend the team's name. And, some fans say the team's cheerleaders made a bad call.
German Embassy hosts 1 of many World Cup watch parties in DC as US faces Germany
Too many people are basking in the sun for hours on end, despite warnings of the dangers of tanning. It may well be that for them, the sun's UV rays are addictive.
Police are investigating the violent death of a 3-year-old boy in Southeast.
From the roots of the U.S. Soccer Foundation to D.C. United, the future of soccer in our nation's capital has reached a crossroads.
Nationwide, firework injuries are on the rise, and this time of year is typically when mishaps will happen, according to federal regulators who released a report Thursday.
Plea deal talks fall apart in Chris Brown case; singer faces assault charge from hotel fight
A tree fell onto a vehicle Thursday morning, causing some traffic delays for D.C. commuters.
The U.S. Park Police has issued a warning to food trucks parked along the National Mall - leave or face a penalty.
DC Council to hold hearing on soccer stadium deal at same time as World Cup game
The market of online grocery delivery services is saturated, but a new-to-D.C. company promises quality foods, delivered in one to two hours.
Legendary drummer Ginger Baker is showing no signs of slowing down at 74 years old.
Apps such as Uber X, Lyft and other tech-based private ride-sharing programs are disrupting the taxi cab industry -- but embracing the technology behind them may help the industry, according to Eric Goldwyn, contributor for The New Yorker and City Lab.
The 48th Smithsonian Folklife Festival got underway Wednesday and the event will focus on cultures in China and Kenya this time around.
Billing itself as the Dupont Circle neighborhood's only public rooftop pool, the rooftop at the Embassy Row Hotel on Massachusetts Avenue is preparing to open next week after a $500,000 renovation.
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