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Indiana man sentenced, ordered to pay $10M in restitution for fake credit union
Alexandria has not reached a conclusion as to where it will recommend putting the Potomac Yard Metro Station, but the numbers suggest there's a leader in the clubhouse.
It's expected to last four to six weeks, WTOP has learned.
Last week, two weak tornadoes skipped across Virginia and Maryland and warnings were issued to take cover. So what triggers such a warning? A National Weather Service meteorologist explains.
Some Verizon customers in the southwest part of Alexandria may be without phone and/or Internet service due to two severed underground copper cables. A contractor, not working for Verizon, apparently was taking soil samples and has bored completely through the cables.
Relief is coming to commuters in Northern Virginia after the announcement that millions of dollars in transportation projects are funded.
A firefighter sustained injuries while tackling a blaze at an Alexandria, Virginia, warehouse early Tuesday morning.
Trendy architecture, as one local developer recently learned, has no place on the overhauled Old Town waterfront.
A new 24-hour Harris Teeter opens in Old Town Alexandria this month, just two blocks from Trader Joe's.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says it will pursue High-Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes as the way to solve congestion from the Capital Beltway to U.S. 15.
The Alexandria City School Board voted 8 to 1 in favor of installing stadium lights at T.C. Williams High School.
From Old Town to Landmark to Del Ray, Alexandria's development pipeline is surging.
The man accused of shooting and seriously wounding an Alexandria police officer in 2013 was found not guilty by reason of insanity on Thursday.
Man's trial begins in Alexandria officer's shooting, despite being declared incompetent
Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust must develop new procedures to guard against money laundering under the terms of a consent agreement with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
The contents of the theater are currently up for auction, and the property is up for sale.
A "candlelight rally" for Hannah Graham drew a crowd that filled the cafeteria of the school that Graham graduated from in 2013.
McAuliffe sets sights on ending veteran homelessness in Virginia with '100 Day Challenge'
The same judge who presided over the trial of the Washington sniper will hear the case of a man accused of three Alexandria murders.
After a week of searching, wild life experts in Fairfax County didn't find a Cougar in the area near Riverside Elementary in Alexandria.
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