In a reversal, the state Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments that Virginia Tech's president should be put on trial for his actions during the April 16, 2007, campus massacre.
Virginia Sen. Mark Warner says a piecemeal approach to the sequester isn't going to help lawmakers agree to a grand deal that would address the nation's budget problems.
A Louisa County man is accused of swindling an imprisoned former Virginia legislator's family in a bogus pardon scheme.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports.
Organization that promotes tourism in Richmond area gets new name, logo
Richmond attorney appointed to succeed retiring bankruptcy judge
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority is one step closer to deciding what projects will get funding in July from the newly passed transportation package.
A new sushi restaurant opening in Alexandria's Del Ray neighborhood is catering to a crowd of a certain age.
Timberville woman wins $2 million in Powerball drawing
Drew Bonner hasn't batted since he was 11. But at "Drew Bonner Night," the manager of three Fairfax sports teams was the star of the show.
Va. State Crime Commission to study child sexual abuse, forced prostitution
U.Va. charger for electric vehicles to make debut on Friday
Ga. woman helps put attacker away nearly 15 years after sexual assault in Virginia
Cuccinelli set to air first candidate TV ad in Va. governor race on Monday
Va. charter operator, Md. man sentenced for illegal catch of stripers in US waters
Fed appeals court won't rule on secretive US agency's decision to pull security clearance
WWII MIA honored at Arlington after yearslong effort; memorial markers not often placed
Appalachian Power is identifying potential sites in western Virginia for data centers.
Metro's new Silver Line is rising over highways and medians across Fairfax County. But when the first phase opens, many people may not even know about it.