Student from Del. wins Washington College's $61K Sophie Kerr literary prize
A water main break that occurred overnight Tuesday may affect some customers in Northwest D.C.
A 9-year-old girl has been found and is safe.
Judge dismisses charge against Va. Beach woman accused of illegally keeping backyard chickens
Virginia homicide suspects arrested in South Carolina
Man takes ambulance, crashes into several other vehicles in Norfolk, no injuries reported
An activist group plans to talk to Virginia's attorney general and congressional leaders to try to get one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects disinterred from a Doswell, Va., cemetery.
Quinnipiac survey shows McDonnell's approval rating slips, but not over ties to businessman
Metro has resumed service along the Red Line following a report of smoke and fire under a railcar at the Silver Spring station Tuesday.
Md. suburb of Washington lowers voting age for city elections to age 16
Police are searching for a vehicle after a hit-and-run in Gaithersburg Tuesday night.
Uranium mining opponents in Southside Virginia joining forces
Construction industry experts to discuss Purple Line
Fort Detrick welcoming Army medical administrator as new garrison commander
This fall, a project to widen U.S. 1/Richmond Highway between Telegraph Road and Mount Vernon Memorial Highway will begin to help ease the commute to Fort Belvoir.
Program launched in Richmond to provide loans to working families for car repairs, purchases
Offshore drilling activists to line up Saturday along the Virginia Beach oceanfront
Maryland flags flying at half-staff for Peace Officers Memorial Day
The emerald ash borer, native to China, has destroyed 100 million ash trees since its arrival in the U.S. more than a decade ago. The destructive pest has reached the Washington area, where it will soon emerge again.