WTOP's Kristi King reports.
All lanes of southbound Interstate 95 south of Exit 133/Falmouth in Stafford County have reopened.
An NFL player being audited by the Internal Revenue Service is relieving himself of his feelings about the agency.
WTOP's David Burd reports.
For the first time ever, security will be roaming the grounds of Pimlico with metal detectors. But that's not the only security change for the thoroughbred horse race.
Lt. Gov. Brown to present trophy to winner of Preakness Stakes, stand in for Gov. O'Malley
A study from Marchex, a Seattle-based mobile marketing company finds that when it comes to cursing, those who live in Maryland are right up there with the best -- or worst -- of them.
Board votes to increase Virginia community college rates by 4.4 percent for in-state students
Virginia transportation officials worked for hours to remove a huge makeshift shelter a homeless man built and lived in for 9 years, requiring 10 trucks to haul it away.
Va social services department honored for online portal to help residents apply for benefits
Fairfax Co. house fire that killed Gallaudet professor, daughter ruled accidental
Richmond National Battlefield Park hosting living history weekend at Drewry's Bluff
Library of Congress hosts conference, exhibit on 1 of world's rarest maps purchased for $10M
Bucking history: Goldencents looks for a Preakness rebound after running 17th in Derby
Walter Reed holding staff appreciation day, complete with concert, skydivers
Under new tea party management, GOP convenes in Richmond to nominate Cuccinelli, pick slate
Federal prosecutors plan more charges against Virginia residents in massive fake ID ring
NRC schedules May 23 meeting to discuss 2012 operation of Surry nuclear power plant
At a public hearing before the Montgomery County Planning Board Thursday evening, more than 50 residents testified about bus-rapid transit.
Films at the D.C.'s oldest theater are no longer shown on 35-mm film projectors.