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Laura Ann Collins teaches at Creighton's Corner Elementary School, and was charged after a school employee reported to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office that Collins appeared to be under the influence.
A driver's preoccupation with his cell phone has apparently resulted in his death, and sent two others to the hospital.
Khristin Kyllo's classmates in the 2010 class of Madison High School are home from their freshman years at college. Thursday night, they'll be reuniting without her.
D.C. police records released Wednesday show Bill Gates, Jay-Z and other celebrities have received escorts similar to the one officers gave actor Charlie Sheen.
Search warrant affidavits obtained by WTOP are providing new insight into the case against Jason T. Scott -- the man a former police chief predicted will be remembered as "one of America's most infamous killers."
D.C. police have officially classified a 12-year-old cold case death as a homicide, but did not gather enough evidence to prosecute suspects for the crime, WTOP has learned.
An employee of the 7-Eleven convenience store in a residential Fort Washington neighborhood is dead, after a robbery.
Montgomery County's new schools superintendent has signed his contract, and we're learning more about the goals of Joshua Starr. WTOP's Neal Augenstein reports.
The daughter of Irvin Feld -- the man who owned Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus -- is suing her brother, who now runs the circus, for $110 million in an assault and battery civil suit.
WTOP's Neal Augenstein reports from the ADAMS Center in Sterling, Va.