Scientists say a marsh that's home to a flourishing array of wildlife may soon disappear without fast action.
We visit the far fringes of suburbia to look at the tradeoffs people make when they work in a big city but want to live in a small town.
In this month's D.C. Gigs, we visit a homeless shelter in one of the richest locales in the country.
Indian immigrants are flocking to Loudoun County, and transforming a once-rural corner of our region in to a booming, diverse suburb.
Since the Civil War, the U.S. military's growth and the expansion of the D.C. suburbs have gone hand-in-hand.
From Loudoun to Frederick to the West Virginia panhandle, we're all about Suburbia on this week's show.
Gov. Bob McDonnell is touting a budget surplus of more than $448 million for the last fiscal year.
The Volvo manufacturing plant in Hagerstown has recently created 50 new jobs.
Drought watches are in effect for the Northern Piedmont and Roanoke River drought evaluation regions.
Floyd Lee Corkins II, the man police say shot and wounded a security guard at a conservative Christian lobbying group Wednesday, was charged, and faces up to 30 years in prison.
Johns Hopkins Hospital says it will begin performing facial transplants.
The Caribbean Carnival and Festival fled to Baltimore this year after the District called in debt owed by organizers, but now Mayor Gray is establishing a commission to court them back.
A day after Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and D.C. area leaders panned the MWAA in a letter for its perceived ethical lapses, a member of the board is pushing back.
Marianne Arden was a torch singer in the 40's and 50's, and at 99 years old, she still loves to delight an audience.
Why is the air conditioning so bad on some Metro cars? And what, exactly, is happening out on...
Stark spotlights illuminate about a dozen teens. They shout out in groups: “I’m Latino, I’m...
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