WTOP News Team
On Sunday, veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars had a unique memorial dedicated to them: a "Living Wall of Honor" for post 9/11 veterans.
You can think of it as a pep-rally with Washington Wizards player John Wall to get kids psyched to go back to school.
Con artists simply don't give up. They keep coming up with new ways to separate you from your money. And a local sheriff's office is warning of a freshened-up version of an old scam.
The mantra, "buy local" is catching on as farmers markets become more abundant nationwide and Virginia is among the states experiencing the most growth.
The victim, a 20-year-old woman, was working Saturday at a community pool in the Yarling Court area of Falls Church near Lee Highway.
A statement by Manassas City Police says once any defendant goes to trial, all legal avenues of collecting evidence are explored.
Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man in Bowie.
The Red Cross is putting out a call for people to roll their sleeves up and donate blood.
Citing Virginia law, residents have to pay $30,000, the cost of Eugene Delgaudio's defense fund.
There's a compete transformation that's happening to the Springfield Mall. The mall was basically razed and now in its place will be the rising of a new Springfield Town Center.
The mental health first-aid program was first researched and launched in Australia, and has been in the U.S. for the last 4 to 5 years. Rhonda Williams, a licensed clinical social worker, is one of the mental health first-aid instructors for the City of Alexandria. She says the city has been offering the mental health first-aid classes for about two years.
Police are looking to the public to catch ATM scammers who recently hit four ATMs in Fairfax County. Similar cases have been reported in Loudoun and Stafford counties.
On the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, NASA called on all model rocketeers.
If convicted, State Delegate Joseph Morrissey could go to jail for 41 years.
Police arrested a Northern Virginia doctor as part of a drug investigation.
Route 28, one of Northern Virginia's busiest roads, will be scrutinized this summer.
Local families are still reeling from the sudden deaths.
Starting Aug. 25, the Georgia Avenue and 14th Street corridors will get extended buses that can hold more people.
Prince William County will consider filing a Freedom of Information request to get information on the whereabouts of thousands of immigrants who were arrested and handed over to Immigration and Customs for deportation.
Dead zones in the Chesapeake Bay are growing.
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