A Virginia mom whose 11-year-old daughter suffers from bipolar disorder is speaking out about shortages in mental health services.
Anne Gray Haynes returned home from volunteer work on Veterans Day to find a crime scene at her home and her husband, D.C. transportation planner Ronald Kirby, dead.
Former Alexandria council candidate convicted of brandishing weapon, gets suspended sentence
A young driver plowed her vehicle into a Fairfax County house early Monday morning.
On the day after Thanksgiving, here are some ideas to kick off the holiday season after stuffing yourself with turkey.
This weekend marks one year since the 495 Express Lanes opened, but drivers still struggle with whether a consistently fast commute -- even during rush hour -- is worth the price.
Kirkland Stewart, 68, died in the townhouse fire in the 6900 block of Deer Run Drive around 4 a.m. Nov. 7.
When the Waterfront Market opens in Old Town Alexandria next week, it'll be the first time in quite awhile that people are coming for something other than a leisurely stroll along the Potomac.
A crash involving a two-vehicle pile-up caused delays on northbound I-395 in Virginia Thursday morning.
The 69-year-old man found shot to death in his Alexandria home Monday is a director with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
A 92-year-old Alexandria woman has died after she was hit by a car Sunday afternoon.
Two benefit concerts in Virginia this weekend will send donations to provide disaster aid to the people of the Philippines in the wake of one of the world's largest typhoons.
DMV worker pleads guilty to taking bribes to help people in US illegally get licenses
Little-known slave site near DC has connection with new film '12 Years a Slave'
Man convicted of murdering community activist found in well in Md. sentenced to life in prison
A man convicted of killing a northern Virginia activist and throwing his body in a Fort Washington well has been sentenced to life in prison without parole, plus 140 years.
Police: Boy hit by car, injured while trick-or-treating in Alexandria
At first glance, it looks like your average smartphone. But this palm-sized device is a medical marvel that has the potential to revolutionize treatment for Type 1 diabetes.
As the clock was ticking on an unclaimed winning lottery ticket, an Alexandria woman discovered she was the winner and claimed her prize four hours before it expired.
Marine veteran Capt. Jason Haag is speaking openly about living with PTSD and a traumatic brain injury. After three tours, two in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, his physical injuries were healing but his mental ones were not.
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