Listen to the WPGC Family's Holiday Track 'Put That Fire on It'DJ Flexx, Joe Clair, Tony Redz, Sunni, Poet, Big G, and Adam E. are all featured on this holiday jam, produced by JS aka The Best.
Young Thug Threatens Ex Jerrika Karlae After She Ignores ApologyDid Young Thug just tweet a death threat after his ex-fiancée ignored his request for a second chance?
WATCH: Highlights from Handbag Happy Hour 2017Joe, Guy, Sunni, and Poet hosted the 2nd Annual Handbag Happy Hour at Ivy City Smokehouse and raffled off designer bags.
WATCH: WPGC Welcomes Prince George's County Students Back to SchoolThe men of WPGC had to come out and show love for Dap Day!
D.C. Woman Who Threw Cup of Urine on Bus Driver Arrested"To say bizarre is really an understatement. It's a vulgar assault," Metro Transit Police Chief Ron Pavlik said.
How to Help the Victims of Hurricane HarveyFrom national organizations leading aid efforts to local food banks and homeless shelters, here's where to donate to Hurricane Harvey relief.
Watch the Great American Solar Eclipse With Sunni and WUSA 9On August 21, the U.S. will see a total solar eclipse for the first time in more than three decades.
WPGC Asked White Listeners About Racism: 'White Supremacy Is Our Problem to Deal With'In the aftermath of Charlottesville, The Joe Clair Morning Show asked for calls from white listeners to hear their take.
Man Who Shot Charlottesville Video Calls It a 'Wake-Up Call for America'Brennan Gilmore, who captured video of a car plowing into a crowd of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, joined WPGC to discuss what he calls an act of "deliberate terrorism."
Rushern Baker: 'If You Own Property in Suitland, Do Not Sell!' (Watch)Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker dropped by WPGC and gave an update on the state of the county.
Legendary D.C. Graffiti Artist Cool ‘Disco’ Dan Dies at 47Danny Hogg, a.k.a Cool "Disco" Dan, made his mark on D.C. throughout the late 80s and early 90s.
WATCH: Director John Singleton on Telling 'Big Stories'With new FX series "Snowfall," director John Singleton tries to "show how [L.A.] was before crack hit," he says. "The whole social system of the hood changed after that."