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A shutdown of the federal government could cause a chain reaction and lead to the loss of many D.C. city services, the District's mayor says.
Major changes are coming to the entire D.C. Metro Region and WTOP has learned that the upcoming Base Realignment and Closure Plan will impact commuters sooner rather than later.
A 10-year-old boy who brought drugs to his D.C. elementary school last week was in possession of a "large amount of crack cocaine," an attorney with the D.C. Attorney General's Office says.
Several children at a local elementary school have been taken to the hospital after ingesting cocaine.
Kaya Henderson has formally accepted her new position as D.C. schools chancellor, solidifying an appointment Mayor Vince Gray called the "worst kept secret in the city."
Top officials in D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's administration have racked up thousands of dollars in unpaid traffic tickets.
Just days after D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray announced stricter vetting of his excepted service appointees, a top District official has resigned.
Many have criticized the expense of the vehicles that newly minted D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown requested the city purchase for his use, but documents attained by WTOP demonstrate just how unusual his request was, particularly during dire financial times.
A fellow mayoral candidate hired by D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray to work in the Department of Health Care Finance has been escorted from his office by police.
D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown is seeking to return an SUV the city leased for his use, WTOP has learned, following criticism over the vehicle's cost and leasing agreement.