An Alexandria, Virginia, man pleaded guilty Thursday to involuntary manslaughter in connection with a fight earlier this year that led to his brother’s death.
Three school systems in Northern Virginia are rolling out a new “fast-casual” cafeteria option that lets students design their own bowls and wraps and that uses a trendy French style of cooking.
The partnership, dubbed the “King Street Corridor Initiative,” was spearheaded by the city of Alexandria and Visit Alexandria.
Photos and video going viral on social media captured NBC News intern Cassie Semyon’s mad dash from a Virginia courthouse to deliver the news of Paul Manafort’s conviction on Tuesday.
Drivers on a stretch of U.S. Route 1 in Alexandria, Virginia, should get ready to slow down — fast. The change goes into effect Monday.
The conflicting strategies played out over several hours of closing arguments that capped nearly three weeks of testimony in the first courtroom test for special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
The City of Alexandria in Virginia has a problem, and it’s looking for solutions, but at least it’s a good problem to have: where are they going to put all their new students?
Founding members of both The Rascals and The Moody Blues are coming to The Birchmere over the next week.
Jeff Daniels shares what it’s like playing music with his son and reflects on his most famous roles, from “Dumb & Dumber” to “The Newsroom.”
Transportation Security Administration officers stopped an Alexandria, Virginia, man with a loaded handgun at a local airport’s security checkpoint Aug. 13, according to a news release.
One person is being treated after a car crashed into a wall of Inova Alexandria Hospital Saturday afternoon.
Santiago Rodriguez Campos, 34, was arrested Aug. 9 and charged with three sexual abuse misdemeanors and one first-degree sexual abuse.
Customers who use ParkMobile will pay the same $1.75 hourly rate as they would at pay stations and meters that accept credit cards. A 45-cent convenience fee, however, will be added.
It’s not a crime to be wealthy, said U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III. And the pejorative term “oligarchs” and evidence of home renovations aren’t necessarily relevant to the charges in question, he added. At one point, Ellis even called out lawyers from both sides for rolling their eyes.
An African-American man from Alexandria, Virginia, has filed a federal lawsuit over the insistence of a white deputy that he show identification after the driver’s car broke down in Stafford County last year. The deputy had confirmed to the driver that he had done nothing wrong and wasn’t suspected of having done anything wrong, the suit says.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.
Amazon's second headquarters is coming to Arlington County. Here's WTOP's complete coverage.