A British man has been charged with hacking into computers belonging to the Department of Health and Human Services, the U.S. Sentencing Commission and an FBI laboratory, among others.
There's more available parking around Metro's new Silver Line stations than riders might think.
Tornado slams campground along Chesapeake Bay in Virginia; 2 dead, 3 dozen hurt
Since 2012, Youth for Tomorrow has housed about 200 children who entered the country illegally.
Prisons spokesman: Drug used in botched executions to remain part of Virginia's protocol
Case of Virginia doctor accused of overprescribing pain meds transferred to federal court
In 2012, 75 percent of the nation's 2.1 million farms sold less than $50,000 in agricultural products, but the cost to maintain a farm continues to increase. Local farmers turn to crowdsourcing.
Northbound Interstate 81 in SW Virginia closed for emergency asphalt repairs after fire
Virginia State Police say two were killed and at least 30 injured when a fierce storm slammed a campground on the state's Eastern Shore.
Virginia man convicted of 1st-degree murder in 2007 slaying
Virginia Maritime Heritage Foundation to sell 126-foot floating ambassador
A cheap addition to golf courses, FootGolf is a fast-spreading sport that helps reach out to the youth demographic golf covets.
Workplace death investigated in Galax; worker was trapped in machinery
Capitals to host blood drive at Va. training facility, forward Joel Ward to make appearance
Former employee at Virginia boarding school charged with child endangerment
An Alexandria man is in jail on charges that he tried to remove a woman's underwear while inside a CVS/Pharmacy Wednesday.
In 2 rulings on health care law, votes of 6 appellate judges break along party lines
Co-defendant sentenced in fatal party shooting of Seton Hall student from Virginia
With the Silver Line opening soon in Virginia, WTOP is answering some of the questions you will have.
US regulators issue 186 citations during mining inspections in June
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