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15-Year-Old Charged in Strong-Arm Carjacking of Woman Using Walker

Police arrested a 15-year-old in the carjacking of a woman using a walker in Germantown, Maryland, Thursday. → Read More

DC Teacher Dies Hours After Encounter With Police in Los Angeles

A D.C. teacher died hours after he was shocked with a stun gun in a struggle with police officers in Los Angeles. → Read More

2 Young Children Shot After Getting Off Metrobus in Northwest DC: Police

Two young children were shot after getting off a Metrobus in Northwest D.C., Metro Transit Police said. → Read More

Man Killed, 8-Year-Old Wounded in Quadruple Shooting in Northwest DC

Four people were shot – one fatally – in a shooting in Northwest D.C. Tuesday evening. → Read More

Revisit the Most-Read Stories of 2022 in DC, Maryland and Virginia

One thing’s for sure: 2022 didn’t start quietly. The year started off with a major shock on the roadways for hundreds of drivers. Here’s a look back at the most-read stories on NBC Washington from 2022. → Read More

DC Council Passes Bill Making Metrobus Rides in DC Free

The D.C. Council unanimously passed a bill making Metrobuses operating in the District free to riders. → Read More

Former Loudoun County Superintendent Indicted by Special Grand Jury

A judge ordered special grand jury indictments against the recently fired Loudoun County Public Schools superintendent and the district’s spokesman unsealed a week after the release of the grand jury’s report detailing failures with the handling of two sexual assaults involving a student. → Read More

Former DC Deputy Mayor Cleared of Criminal Wrongdoing in Assault Case

D.C.’s former top public safety official has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing in an assault case in Virginia. → Read More

Maryland Woman Pleads Guilty to Shooting Husband at DC Luxury Hotel

A Maryland woman pleaded guilty Monday to shooting her husband at a D.C. luxury hotel. → Read More

WTOP's Neal Augenstein Battles Lung Cancer

WTOP’s Neal Augenstein revealed he is battling lung cancer. → Read More

1 Killed in 2-Car Crash in Prince George's

One person died in a two-car crash in Maryland Thursday evening. → Read More

Passenger Killed in Potomac River Car Crash: Park Police

Two people were rescued from the Potomac River after a car crashed off the GW Parkway. → Read More

What Maryland Could Look Like Under Gov. Wes Moore, According to Political Experts

Moore will have the opportunity to work with a heavily Democratic legislature. → Read More

2 Arrested in Assault of Woman Pushed Off Metrobus

Metro Transit Police arrested two people for assault after a woman was pushed off a Metrobus Monday. → Read More

Woman, 73, Found Dead in Northwest DC Home

A 73-year-old woman was found dead inside her Northwest D.C. home shortly after noon Sunday. → Read More

Person Shot in Foot at Union Station

Someone was shot in the foot at Union Station just before 4 p.m. Wednesday, police said. Nearby U.S. Capitol Police officers caught two suspects near North Capitol Street and H Street and recovered a handgun, police said. The victim suffered a minor injury. D.C. police assisted the investigation, which is being led by the Amtrak Police Department. → Read More

Stolen Puppy Returned to HRA; 5 Still Missing

A woman returned a stolen puppy to the Human Rescue Alliance, but five puppies are still missing. → Read More

DC Man Pleads Guilty in Death of Girlfriend

A D.C. man pleaded guilty in the death of his girlfriend in Northeast in April. → Read More

Woman Sexually Assaulted in Her Virginia Apartment

A man sexually assaulted a woman inside her Reston, Virginia, apartment Sunday night, Fairfax County police said. → Read More

DC to Offer Walkup Monkeypox Vaccine Clinics on Fridays

D.C. is opening walkup monkeypox vaccine clinics on Fridays beginning this week. → Read More