This weekend's top concert events include bluegrass, Americana and even a Super Bowl party.
3 years after he was stranded in Kuwait, Va. man's challenge to no-fly list clears hurdle
You'll have to buy your next holiday ham elsewhere: The planned Alexandria-area Wegmans will not open in 2014, store officials say.
Civil liberties groups are criticizing Virginia police for scanning thousands of license plates and holding on to the data even if the information does not lead to an arrest or conviction.
Ed Gillespie, former RNC Chairman, launches US Senate campaign
Va. city to reconsider law requiring new streets be named to honor Confederacy
When a disaster happens, many good Samaritans are quick to make donations. But oftentimes, those donations go to waste. A Virginia company is designing an app to change that.
As the temperatures rise, pipes frozen by the low temperatures will begin to thaw.
After months of wrangling, bike lanes are coming to a stretch of King Street in Alexandria, Va.
More than a month ago, Ron Kirby, a regional transportation planner, was found murdered in his Alexandria living room. Now, friends are helping police reach out for leads.
3 UCF professors to be honored by National Academy of Inventors
This time of year, many of us could use some extra cash. But for one Virginia man, Christmas definitely came early.
Alexandria police are searching for a man wanted in an attempted rape of a juvenile earlier this week.
This week's bad weather is the latest blow to local businesses already dealing with an extra-short Christmas shopping season.
Blood, Sweat and Tears brings its signature jazz-rock sound to the stage.
Fairfax County communities and Alexandria have something to celebrate. They've made a top 10 list for the best cities in Virginia.
Two prominent citizens found dead -- their deaths separated by a decade -- but both are mysteries and remain under active investigation by Alexandria police.
A Virginia mom whose 11-year-old daughter suffers from bipolar disorder is speaking out about shortages in mental health services.
Anne Gray Haynes returned home from volunteer work on Veterans Day to find a crime scene at her home and her husband, D.C. transportation planner Ronald Kirby, dead.
Former Alexandria council candidate convicted of brandishing weapon, gets suspended sentence
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