WTOP's Capitol Hill Correspondent Dave McConnell received the first-ever Career Achievement Award from the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association.
Just days after an intense fire destroyed Frager's Hardware store, the Capitol Hill institution plans to re-open as a pop up shop across from Eastern Market.
A Wider Circle furnishes homes, provides clothing and trains people for the workforce in the D.C. area.
The District of Columbia Fire Department is making changes to more than a dozen ambulances in hopes of fixing the potentially life-threatening problem of breaking down during an emergency.
A D.C. man is pleading guilty in the January murder of a Maryland girl he met online.
Former D.C. Councilman Michael A. Brown is facing a possible prison term in connection with a bribery charge.
Step Afrika is back and bold. The D.C.-based percussive dance troupe is using classical music to take the dance form developed by African-American college students in the early 1900s to new heights with Symphony in Step.
A woman pumping gas at a Georgetown Exxon gas station near the Key Bridge was carjacked early Friday, officials say.
DC Brau and D.C. United team up on a craft brew.
Former D.C. Councilman Michael Brown is reportedly readying a guilty plea in a bribery case against him.
An outdoor film series is launching this summer in downtown Washington.
Most birds don't fly high enough to see the top of the Washington Monument, though that didn't stop a group of government officials and philanthropists from clipping themselves into harnesses and climbing to the tip to see the obelisk's cracked stones.
You've heard of people biking or walking across the country. But what about someone going across the country in a wheelchair?
Mix some lemons, sugar and water - that's a key recipe in the fight against childhood cancer.
Family Treatment Court holds graduation, celebration of 10 years in Washington
Police are looking for a man who robbed a couple dining on the outdoor patio of a Logan Circle restaurant last month.
Undocumented workers can't legally obtain a driver's license in the District or vehicle insurance. The D.C. Council is considering two proposals to change that.
Ariz. man missing since May 26 found in Washington, DC; Police believe he faked his own death
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced a new partnership with airlines to train airline workers to recognize the signs of human trafficking.
DC Councilmember Marion Barry reports gifts from city contractors; could be ethics violation