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Warmer weather has more people flocking to the Potomac River, and that has the National Park Service warning people about its dangers.
D.C.'s Chief Financial Officer cannot certify the city's contract with the Washington Teachers Union.
D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty is apologizing to the gay community for mistakenly endorsing an anti-gay group that teaches homosexuality is a psychological disorder.
With the D.C. teachers' contract in serious jeopardy, D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty's office is scrambling to find $64 million.
WTOP Investigative reporter Mark Segraves reports.
The federal government is refusing to pay millions of dollars in water bills, and that means the additional cost will trickle down to the customer. WTOP Investigative Reporter Mark Segraves tells us about what he's learned.
D.C. Police have arrested at least two more adults in connection with last month's drive-by shooting in Southeast that killed four people and left five others wounded.
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Faculty, students, and neighbors are expressing their grief as police investigate what they now believe is the murder of a D.C. middle school principal.
Brown filed the necessary paperwork with the D.C. Office of Campaign Finance late Wednesday. Brown first informed WTOP of his intentions in late March.
Congressional leaders plan on bringing a revived D.C. voting rights bill to the House floor next Thursday.