A former U.S. Postal Service official has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for accepting bribes to help a Maryland company contracts.
The Virginia Lottery says someone bought a $1 million Powerball ticket in Christiansburg.
A twist on typical prom honors is causing controversy at a local high school.
fter owning Bittersweet Cafe in Old Town Alexandria for the past three decades — and living in the city for longer than that — Jody Manor decided it was time to do something about its hidden gem: the waterfront.
Fairfax County police are looking for suspects involved in an assault and robbery Wednesday evening at an Alexandria McDonald's.
A transportation company's plans to expand operations at a rail yard in Alexandria have triggered a firestorm of opposition.
An Alexandria high school is getting a boost from an alum who happens to be a celebrity. Charles "Chip" Esten, who plays Deacon Claybourne on the ABC show "Nashville," returned to his hometown this weekend to play at a fundraiser for his alma mater T.C. Williams High School.
Boy, 4, dies after being struck in Alexandria, mom also injured
If one man's trash is another man's treasure, what about taking that trash and using it to power a car?
More than 600 volunteers with "Rebuilding Together Alexandria" repaired windows, replaced doors, even planted vegetable gardens for dozens of Alexandria homeowners who need help.
Virginia's transportation secretary met with a group calling for a delay to a ramp that will end the Interstate 95 HOT Lanes in Alexandria.
Prosecutors say a Springfield man has been charged with recording video chats of underage boys performing sex acts.
A new sushi restaurant opening in Alexandria's Del Ray neighborhood is catering to a crowd of a certain age.
Alexandria celebrates Earth Day with a fashion show, water exhibits and beautiful weather.
Following the Boston Marathon bombings, people across the country are asking how they can help victims and the city of Boston recover.
A redevelopment project that could take 30 years to implement and could displace more than 8,000 people, was approved by the Alexandria City Council.
The Woodbridge man charged with shooting an Alexandria Police officer was in court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing. A judge has sent the case to a grand jury to determine whether he should be formally charged in the case.
Judge will determine Renoir painting's rightful owner; Va. woman says she bought it for $7
Work is now finished on a new interchange at Telegraph Road, the final step in the decade-long Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project.
A magistrate has delayed a detention hearing for an Arizona man accused of fighting alongside an al-Qaida group in Syria.