Documents in a legal dispute between Metro and a union representing more than a dozen fired track workers reveal additional details about the firings and the workers’ complaints.
A federal jury in Alexandria has convicted a former Metro Transit police officer for attempting to support the Islamic State and obstruction of justice.
Virginia Republicans on Wednesday responded to a legal challenge filed by Democrats arguing that questions about ballots in a contested Fredericksburg-area House race is a state matter that shouldn’t be addressed in federal court.
A federal judge suggested Wednesday that he might consider halting, again, the Purple Line project even as a related case seeking to stop the light rail line is under appeal.
Two Virginia Department of Transportation supervisors are accused of accepting $140,000 in bribes from the owners of trucking companies in exchange for award snow-removal contracts that totaled than $9 million.
Two former staffers of a member of Congress were indicted on federal charges related to sharing nude images and videos of the member and the member’s spouse online.
A Smithfield, Virginia, man has pleaded guilty to shooting and killing a bald eagle near his home.
Lee Boyd Malvo, who was sentenced to life in prison as a teenager for his role in the D.C. sniper shootings, has won the chance to have some of his sentences changed in Virginia courts.
A former Marine and felon who purchased an assault rifle in an FBI undercover sting has been indicted on federal weapons charges.
A Prince George’s County, Maryland, businessman has pleaded guilty to bribing state delegates in exchange for changes to Maryland liquor laws. The plea comes amid a sprawling corruption probe that has ensnared other local business owners and state lawmakers.
Three Iraqis living in Fairfax County as refugees have been charged with visa fraud after prosecutors say they hid their family ties to a kidnapper.
The North Carolina man who terrorized patrons of a D.C. pizzeria when he opened fire with an assault rifle in December pleaded guilty to several charges as part of a deal with prosecutors on Friday.
Three men with ties to the MS-13 gang have been indicted on federal conspiracy charges for using a Facebook account to trick a New Jersey man into traveling to Montgomery County so they could kill him. The man’s body was found in a shallow grave in Gaithersburg.
Virginia is joining a federal lawsuit challenging the Trump administration over the president’s executive order that bars immigration for citizens of certain majority-Muslim countries and suspends the United States’ refugee program.
Former Prince George’s Council member and Maryland Delegate Will Campos pleaded guilty in a public corruption investigation that has also exposed corrupt practices by the Prince George’s liquor board. Campos is accused of accepted at least $37,000 worth of bribes since 2007.
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