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Police in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia all organized drug drop off sites Saturday to encourage residents to properly dispose of unneeded medication and to keep drugs out of the hands of would-be abusers.
Spring is finally here and the Washington area has already had some summer-like days. Now is the time to gear up for mosquito season. So what kind of a season can residents expect?
Alexandria celebrates Earth Day with a fashion show, water exhibits and beautiful weather.
The question many people are asking is, "Why?" Why did two brothers who lived in the U.S. for almost a decade orchestrate such a heinous crime as the Boston bombings?
Once the cherry blossoms fade away, there's still a chance to bathe yourself in the pristine beauty of nature. There's a garden oasis you might not know about in D.C.
The nation's first national digital public library will give visitors access to digital material from the best libraries in the country.
In an effort to close Arlington County's $25-50 million budget gap for fiscal year 2014, the county manager wanted to get rid of the Office of Child Care. But after a public outcry, the board's chairman says that's not an option and that the cuts will happen elsewhere.
The Virginia General Assembly session might be over for this year, but citizens have provided their feedback and reactions to new laws thanks to a poll conducted by Roanoke College.
Virginia is close to following the lead of D.C. and Maryland when it comes to texting while driving as a law regarding the issue heads down the final stretch, with one final hurdle to clear.
A prominent leader who guided U.S. troops through parts of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars is still concerned about men and women in uniform.