The city of Richmond, Virginia, has scheduled two public meetings to give residents a chance to comment on regulations proposed for short-term housing rentals.
These deaths “are entirely preventable. That’s the most important point,” said Dr. Fern Hauck, a co-author and University of Virginia expert in infant deaths.
Northbound lanes were closed at the George Washington Parkway before the Memorial Bridge due to police activity Sunday afternoon. Arlington County police said that a car crashed into the water and a suspect connected to a robbery was taken into custody. Roads reopened after almost five hours of investigation.
Virginia State Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a suspect in a hit-and-run incident on Interstate 95 in Henrico County.
A tornado touched down in Fairfax County, Virginia on Friday evening, bringing down trees and power lines in the Reston area — where severe damage led to a home being condemned.
A Woodbridge, Virginia, dance instructor was arrested Thursday and faces child pornography charges after an investigation into a sexual relationship he had with a student in 2014, Prince William County police said.
Arlington government officials plan to formalize their agreement with leaders in Montgomery County, Md., to fund a study on the northerly aircraft departure route out of Reagan National Airport.
The University of Virginia is reversing course on a planned increase in in-state tuition for undergraduates.
Loudoun County Public Library let cardholders with outstanding fines at its nine libraries pay them off with food instead, and in one week, it collected 15,500 pounds of food.
Virginia regulators have passed a rule requiring a 30 percent reduction in carbon emissions from power plants in the next decade.
Police say a central Virginia man made off with a whopper of a haul from Burger King: hundreds of gallons of used cooking grease.
A 3-year-old boy was seriously injured after his father accidentally ran over the child with construction equipment while at a work site in Gainesville, Virginia, last month.
The Arlington home of real estate developer Todd Hitt — who pleaded guilty in February to eight counts of fraud — has found a buyer, according to court documents.
State unemployment rates were largely stable in March, though Maryland was one of few states with an increase in its jobless rate. The Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics says the unemployment rate in Maryland…
Gov. Ralph Northam is calling for the removal of an arch honoring the former president of the Confederacy at Fort Monroe, where the first enslaved Africans arrived in Virginia 400 years ago.
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