Four Virginia communities will share more than $2.3 million in U.S. Department of Justice police hiring grants.
Attention Target shoppers: You could have been standing in line with Michelle Obama.
Tucked away in a small office complex in Alexandria, Heather Stouffer and her staff of four spend their days building a now-national frozen food brand of all-organic children's meals.
Hank Silverberg, WTOP news
About two dozen lawyers representing Northern Virginia convened in Old Town Alexandria Tuesday, listening about the technology that's used to track down lead foots and the techniques police use to single out speeders.
Alexandria Mayor Bill Euille remains concerned over possible security vulnerabilities at the Mark Center, where many defense workers are relocating.
Court records show Yonathan Melaku plans to plead guilty on Sept. 2 to Virginia charges of two counts of grand larceny in Loudoun County.
In the decade since the Sept. 11 attacks, two simple acts have given Americans the power to express their patriotism in a quiet yet profound manner.
Hear ye, hear ye! The city of Alexandria has chosen a new town crier.
The shooting of a dog by an animal control officer has neighbors in one Northern Virginia neighborhood questioning the move.
The Black Widow of eating contests has scarfed down 183 chicken wings in 12 minutes to break her own world record set last year in Buffalo, N.Y.
A power plant that has irritated an Alexandria neighborhood for decades is going to close October 2012.
Old Town Alexandria has escaped significant flooding in the wake of Hurricane Irene.
One of the historic buildings in Old Town Alexandria will remain closed through the weekend following damage from Tuesday's earthquake.<
A photo of a girl in an ice skating outfit left at grave has helped identify the remains one a woman.
A woman who attacked a painting at Washington's National Gallery of Art earlier this year has struck again, police say, this time lashing out against a Henri Matisse painting at the museum.
Alex Wurm, a radiologist by profession, felt his hip pop when he wiped out. What he didn't expect was that the cyclist leading the race -- an emergency medical technician -- would double back and help.
Virginia's first human case of West Nile virus this year has been reported in Richmond.
Alexandria firefighters Dennis Short and Jason Wehmeyer will be compete in the World Police and Fire Games in New York City later this month.
Traffic patterns across the region will begin changing this week as thousands of military-related workers move job locations as part of the military base realignment.