Traffic is supposed to get moving a little faster around the Mark Center-Seminary Road area starting Monday.
Businesses in old town Alexandria celebrating Christmas in July
The Alexandria mother whose 8-month-old son died after being left in a hot car has been granted bond.
Some high school science projects are simple, old favorites like the "baking soda and vinegar volcano." But sometimes a high school science project can break new ground.
A taxi driver charged with shooting an Alexandria police officer during a traffic stop has been found incompetent to stand trial.
A man was shot in Alexandria early Wednesday morning and is in critical condition, police say.
An 8-month-old baby has died and Alexandria police say it appears the baby was left in a parked car.
The Alexandria Fire Department had a busy Fourth of July, but not from fighting fires: The department says in a statement that fire marshals seized about 500 illegal fireworks in the course of the day.
Alexandria Police have shot and killed a man while responding to a call for help.
The city of Alexandria has received an unsolicited proposal to turn the 15-acre Hensley Park, between Eisenhower Avenue and the Capital Beltway, into a massive sports and entertainment complex featuring baseball, ice hockey, rock climbing and more.
A Springfield man was sentenced to 15 years in prison Thursday for beating an Alexandria police officer last December.
The Howard Hughes Corp. plans to begin an ambitious redevelopment of Landmark Mall in Alexandria in spring 2014 following the Alexandria City Council's approval of the multimillion-dollar project.
A staff member at an Alexandria high school is under investigation for having inappropriate contact with students.
The Alexandria Planning Commission has approved a plan to reopen the former Sultan Kabob at 1024 Cameron St. as a Middle Eastern restaurant — complete with a hookah bar and lounge on the second floor.
10 years for Va. man caught in pipe bomb sting; also sold homemade flamethrowers, grenades
National Science Foundation moving headquarters from Arlington to Alexandria
Two Atlanta men who ran a prostitution ring that employed underage girls and stretched from Maryland to Florida have been sentenced to 25 and 20 years in prison.
A police officer shot in the head during a traffic stop is suing Alexandria Yellow Cab, Inc.
The Alexandria City Council this week moved to require all cabs in the city to accept credit cards by September, with fares remaining the same. And this weekend, the first D.C. cabs with credit-card readers are on the road. With them comes a new fare structure.