Virginia historic marker to recognize Petersburg divinity school for black men
Researchers in Southeast turn to a beetle with a voracious appetite for hemlock-eating bugs
Va transportation board awards 5 contracts worth $72.7M for new construction, paving projects
An Arlington, Va. man faces charges in connection with an assault that occurred in January.
Richmond Ballet to visit China in May 2015, will hold series of program to celebrate culture
The man Alexandria police want to talk to in connection with the three unsolved murders of RuthAnne Lodato, Ron Kirby and Nancy Dunning will remain in custody on a $100,000 bond despite prosecutors' efforts to have that bond revoked.
Sen. Mark Warner names key campaign staff
Arlington County police say a woman showed up at the county magistrate's office naked and drunk Saturday night.
Appalachian School of Law to downsize operations, including reducing student body
The contractor on the project installed the wrong speakers and cables along 11 miles of the subway project and the entire Automatic Train Control system now needs to be replaced.
Prosecutors have withdrawn charges against two siblings that were linked to the death of a Waynesboro reserve police officer.
Former NBA standout Ben Wallace will spend two days in jail after pleading no contest in Henrico County to failing to stop at the scene of an accident.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoes first bill, aimed at clarifying gun rights
In the past few months, millions of people had personal and financial information stolen because of security lapses at retailers and universities.
The Arlington County snow plow driver who was driving the wrong way ran a stop sign and caused a multi-vehicle accident, police say.
It's time to honor D.C.'s restaurants and those behind the scenes who pave the way in the world of culinary innovation.
Shipping company ZIM adds Richmond port as stop for container service
The number of parking tickets issued across Arlington County has been plummeting in recent years and its taking a toll on the city's revenue.
Plans to build a cellphone tower close to a school are rubbing some people the wrong way, and it will be the topic of a meeting tonight.
Emergency management officials holding 3-day symposium in Hampton
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