6th former Maryland prison guard pleads guilty in assault of inmate, cover up
Ex-swimming coach banned from sport because of sex abuse sentenced to 7 years in prison
A Metro maintenance worker was charged on Thursday for stealing 13 defibrillators from WMATA facilities and selling them on eBay for a fraction of their worth, according to a news release.
The 20-year-old son of a former aide to President George W. Bush was charged in a Washington, D.C., suburb on Friday, accused by police of killing a man with a hatchet.
A politically connected nutritional supplement maker's lawsuit against the state is moving forward after being stalled for more than a year.
Weekend travelers will want to be aware of various holiday-themed events around town, including the Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally.
Solar plane lands in Texas, completes 2nd leg of trip intended to boost clean energy interest
Redskins sign last of their draft picks, agreeing to deal with 3rd-round selection Jordan Reed
Biographer expresses remorse for extramarital affair that cost CIA director Petraeus his job
A Virginia State Trooper suffered serious injuries Friday morning after he was thrown off his motorcycle in a car crash.
Craft breweries selling beer aged on baseball bats to raise funds for military families
"I just couldn't get it out of my head that the real hole in the marketplace here at the shore was a Jewish deli," says Warren Rosenfeld, owner of Rosenfeld's Jewish Delicatessen, in Ocean City.
If you plan to climb aboard a boat this Memorial Day weekend, keep in mind small mistakes can lead to big problems.
Virginia State Delegate Jim LeMunyon wants the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority to slow down.
Virginia Tech board announces 22-member committee to select new president
Several arrested after blocking road to Alpha Natural Resources' HQ in Va to protest mining
Traffic gets bad enough as it is. What will happen if some commuter bus routes are cancelled?
A 28-year-old New Jersey man has been arrested in Stafford County, Va., in what authorities say is one of the largest drug seizures of its type in the region's history.
A federal court jury has found former Bank of the Commonwealth president and CEO Edward Woodard Jr. and three others guilty of conspiring to defraud the bank out of $71 million.