A 17-year-old found dead in Centreville last week died from a gunshot wound, the medical examiner determined.
Chesterfield County Commonwealth’s Attorney William Davenport wrote in a letter to Chief General District Judge Pamela O’Berry that his decision was forced in part by the implementation last year of police body cameras. He said the cameras have generated thousands of hours of video that his staff must sometimes review.
The first 100 shoppers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be given beauty products and makeovers.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer will talk about ways American judges can understand and consider foreign events, laws and practices.
Three cities in the region made the top-10 in the financial planning website’s list of best locations for women in tech.
Virginia Beach City Public Schools Superintendent Aaron Spence says these are examples of students using poor judgment online.
Fairfax County School Board members will introduce ideas to promote safety, ranging from calling for gun control measures to increasing armed security.
Here’s when you can expect to see the five athletes from the D.C. area — and a sixth from west of Richmond — compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
As The Cars prepare to enter the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in April, songwriter Ric Ocasek brings his abstract art exhibit to Montgomery Mall and Tysons Galleria this weekend.
More than a quarter of Virginia’s 2017 graduates qualify for college credit on AP exams, meaning the state has the sixth-highest percentage in the United States.
An NTSB report said data taken from a track image camera on the train showed that as the highway-railroad grade crossing came into view, the gates were down and the garbage truck was on the crossing.
President Donald Trump’s move to ban “bump stock” devices is a “good step in the right direction,” Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam told WTOP’s “Ask the Governor” program.
Prince William County Public Schools superintendent Steven Walts was driving a school district car when he struck a moped in Manassas in August.
A D.C. taxicab drove onto the Custis Trail yesterday and the incident was caught on video.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A bill that would force colleges and universities to allow public comments before raising tuition has been voted down in the Virginia Senate. The Virginian-Pilot reports the bill was defeated Tuesday…