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Dressing up as a kid for Halloween was fun, but in college, costumes got awkward. Now, this WTOP editor is on a mission to stop the fuss.
Commuters on Kensington Parkway near Beach Drive may have been surprised Wednesday morning when they passed a digitized road sign instructing them to "Smoke Weed Evryday."
A Quantico woman will find out how much prison time she will receive for fatally shaking and fracturing the skull of a 9-month-old girl that had been left in her care.
The idea for Louise Noakes' latest art exhibit was born two years at a drag queen show she attended with her 17-year-old daughter.
The most dangerous aspect of the new drug known as "bath salts" is what experts and parents don't know about it, drug officials say.
For the sake of D.C.'s estimated 40,000 interns this summer, WTOP has compiled a tip sheet on what to wear and how to act during professional summer employment.
One piece of advice sticks out in Meghin Moore's mind from her internship orientation, and the 21- year-old recites it easily: "A dress code is the law, you must always obey it."
As Ocean City officials prepare for the onslaught of visitors this summer, they're paying special attention to a certain commodity they often need: extra toilets.
Lyme disease is expected to be more prevalent this summer because of the warm winter, but doctors say diagnosing the disease remains difficult.
It took Charlene Daniel-Green and her daughter Kaeleigh two days, about a dozen stores and countless hours to find the perfect prom dress. And that was just for the dress.