Woman pleads guilty to posing as physician's assistant; treated children, wrote prescriptions
Ravens shore up pass defense against dangerous Roethlisberger in showdown with Steelers
With winter on the way, the 1.6 million Syrian refugees huddling in camps, parks and streets of neighboring Turkey will need blankets. And Northern Virginians have a chance to help.
White spruce from Minnesota to hit road to Washington to become US Capitol Christmas tree
Md. medical board hears about criminal background check procedures for applicants
Appalachian Biofuels to establish headquarters, production facility in Russell County
Police officer seen in video punching a man before arrest charged with assault
Martinsville had highest unemployment rate in Virginia in September
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday in favor of the county's first Bicycle Master Plan.
Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee remembered as lion of journalism in funeral service
Your ghosts and goblins should be able to squeeze in their trick-or-treating before the rain comes Friday evening. But big changes are ahead this weekend. ABC7 Lauryn Ricketts has your full holiday weekend forecast.
A group of local college students watched the Antares rocket launch near Wallops Island Tuesday evening. They were hoping to send an experiment to the International Space Station.
Most would never consider dressing up for Halloween as a victim of domestic violence but an emerging costume trend this holiday is drawing national attention for its bad taste.
100-year-old time capsule discovered while restoring Washington Monument to be moved to museum
Accrediting body removes Virginia University of Lynchburg from probation
Attorneys: Man convicted in 2009 Md. shooting couldn't have fired shots, GPS put him at home
The annual 17th Street High Heel race features mostly men dressed in fantastic drag costumes who parade up and down part of 17th Street in Northwest before racing each other in heels that are required to be at least two inches high.
Company asks federal regulators to begin informal review of proposed W.Va.-Va. gas pipeline
Baltimore and Bethesda provide good career prospects for military veterans looking to transition to a private sector or public agency job, according to a report from insurance company USAA.
Baltimore woman's death following house fire ruled a homicide
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