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An Alexandria man learned the dangers of a flooded Loudoun County road firsthand. WTOP's Neal Augenstein found him trapped in a vehicle on Evergreen Mill Road.
A tractor-trailer rear-ended a Prince George's County fire truck on the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway early Wednesday, forcing the highway to shut down and sending seven people -- including four West Lanham firefighters -- to Prince George's Hospital Center.
Long after details of the action on the field are forgotten, Super Bowl commercials remain embedded in our memories and pop culture. Over the years, ads have ranged from straightforward to funny, from sexy to abstract, and from tender to annoying. What are your favorite Super Bowl ads from years past? Weigh in here on Facebook.
A bill in the Maryland House of Delegates would raise the top speed on interstates and expressways statewide from 65 mph to 70 mph.
There's some encouraging news for for "boomerang kids" - adults who move back in with parents to save money.
What's the snow like where you are?
Hairy hipsters at the National Zoo are using Apple iPads in the warmth of the Great Ape House, as the Washington area endures a bitter cold snap.
Drivers in Maryland may have a tougher time using handheld phones.
With improvements in smartphones and the explosion of social media, WTOP would like to include what you see and experience on Inauguration Day in its coverage.
"We often look at American history, and presidential history, and how they parallel each other. It's a way we mark our story -- our national story," says Harry Rubenstein, curator with the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.