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Police now believe more than one person killed the principal of Shaw Middle School at Garnet-Patterson.
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.
WTOP's Adam Tuss says road closures will remain in effect around the area until after Tuesday's rush hour.
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Female gingko trees around D.C. are bearing fruit much earlier than usual. Those fruits have an unsavory odor.
You can listen to the Nationals game on 1500 AM.
The murder of Jordan Howe over a missing bracelet apparently sparked the drive-by shooting that left four young people dead. Howe's father tells WTOP he believes racism on the part of D.C. prosecutors and government officials is partially to blame for the retaliation shooting.
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President Barack Obama heads to Capitol Hill Saturday to drum up more support for health care reform.
Safeway in upper Georgetown reopens in May, but WTOP has a glimpse of the store now.
Filling out those NCAA brackets for more than fun is not allowed if you work for the federal government.
A senior paramedic's decision not to transport a 2-year-old girl who later died is now under investigation by D.C. Police.