WTOP News Team
Virginia lawmakers are deadlocked over whether to expand Medicaid and cover an additional 400,000 Virginians. If the stalemate lasts through June, it could trigger an unprecedented shutdown of state government.
Changes are coming to how drivers enter the gates at Fort Belvoir as the base phases in a new ID scanner system.
As people were returning home from work Friday evening, police were handing out flyers on the unsolved murder of a young mother working at the Platanillos Grocery and Jewelry Store in one Woodbridge neighborhood.
The Prince William County Police Department asks for the public's help investigating a murder in Woodbridge, Va.
License plate numbers are collected from cameras and mounted on police cars but the information is kept for six-months or indefinitely, especially in Northern Virginia.
This flu season is not only making people sick, it's also impacting those trying to visit patients at local hospitals.
A gang leader, a gang enforcer and cocaine supplier will be heading to jail.
With all the snow and cold weather, it was a scaled back celebration at Mt. Vernon for George Washington' birthday, but spirits were high.
The City of Manassas got hit with about a foot of snow and maintenance workers have been working around the clock to remove it.
Who's on the hook for that cancelled hotel room, dinner reservation or flight?
The year 2014 will see a series of events leading up to September's 200th anniversary of the Battle of Baltimore, when the British attacked Fort McHenry but had to retreat, which inspired the writing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Police are still searching for the killer of a longtime Alexandria resident who was gunned down Thursday after answering her front door. And on this Sunday, a church community is missing Ruthanne Lodato, one of their own.
D.C. Councilmember Tommy Wells is calling on the D.C. Council to pass a bill that decriminalizes the possession of small amounts of marijuana.
The second annual MRE Cook-Off was held on Saturday at the Marine Corps Museum.
Super Bowl Sunday means more police patrols are on the roads looking for drunk drivers.
A Leesburg man was sentenced to 12 years in prison for selling oxycodone to teens, including a young man who died of an overdose.
It's a small town in Prince William County with a population of about 1,900. But the town is once again without its police chief since he's been suspended again.
In a short time -- from Jan. 7 to Jan. 15 -- a rash of military deaths claimed the lives of at least 12 service members. Nine died within 24 hours.
The debate on improving Virginia's mental health system is now expanding to include inmates.
One Saturday morning event took place at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in West Potomac Park in Southeast, D.C. About 150 volunteers honored Dr. King through their service.