Man convicted of murdering community activist found in well in Md. sentenced to life in prison
A man convicted of killing a northern Virginia activist and throwing his body in a Fort Washington well has been sentenced to life in prison without parole, plus 140 years.
Police: Boy hit by car, injured while trick-or-treating in Alexandria
At first glance, it looks like your average smartphone. But this palm-sized device is a medical marvel that has the potential to revolutionize treatment for Type 1 diabetes.
As the clock was ticking on an unclaimed winning lottery ticket, an Alexandria woman discovered she was the winner and claimed her prize four hours before it expired.
Marine veteran Capt. Jason Haag is speaking openly about living with PTSD and a traumatic brain injury. After three tours, two in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, his physical injuries were healing but his mental ones were not.
Grand jury to hear case against Va. mother whose son died after being left in hot car
New hearing for man involved in 2012 slaying of Va. activist whose body was found in Md. well
Wooden shelves and bell jars line the walls of the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum in Old Town Alexandria.
A Fairfax man has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for assaulting U.S. Park Police who found him naked in a car on Daingerfield Island.
A winning $100,000 lottery ticket is set to expire in Virginia.
Parents of Alexandria elementary school children are concerned and confused by a new grading system that doesn't use letters.
It took nearly two years, but a new restaurant is getting ready to make a go of it in the former Waterfront Food Pavilion on the waterfront in Old Town Alexandria.
An Alexandria-based company has a shot at landing a commercial spot during this year's Super Bowl.
Police arrested a man believed to be responsible for multiple bank robberies in Fairfax County and Alexandria.
Metro says a piece of track equipment hit a blue line train in northern Virginia with passengers on board, but no passengers were hurt.
The city of Alexandria may use eminent domain to get control of less than one-half acre of waterfront land that currently serves as a parking lot for the Old Dominion Boat Club.
Opponents of fracking in George Washington National Forest argue point with report
Crawley appointed Alexandria's interim superintendent; recently served in Prince George's Co.
Government shutdown sends thousands of federal of employees home, in limbo without pay