One day after a trash truck driver was acquitted in a fatal crash outside Charlottesville, Virginia, involving an Amtrak train carrying members of Congress, a prosecutor wants lawmakers to help hold drug-impaired drivers responsible.
A new study shows more pedestrians have died in the United States in any year since 1990. Pedestrian fatalities have also been on the rise in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
New technologies and strategies are being developed and tested to attempt to ensure safety as drones become more prevalent in airspace they share with planes.
Two recent studies solidify what drivers already know — local motorists are spending more time in their cars than in the past.
An obstacle course was part of the audition process for would-be bullpen cart drivers at Nationals Park. See video.
According to police in Falls Church, the fabric on a playground canopy at Mt. Daniel Elementary School was slashed in several places, with at least one cut in the shape of a swastika.
A 21-year-old Loudoun County, Virginia, man who told his high school friend he “needed a human sacrifice” two days before shooting his father and setting their home on fire in 2017 has pleaded guilty and could face two life sentences.
The new Virginia Tech Innovation Campus being built in the area soon to be known as National Landing may not include the stone deemed mandatory for buildings in Blacksburg.
A Loudoun County elementary school principal is apologizing for trivializing slavery during a Black History Month exercise.
In a panel discussion organized by Alexandria, Karl Moritz, the city’s director of planning and zoning, said before Amazon was in the picture, plans were underway to develop the area where the innovation campus, which has been dubbed Oakville Triangle, will be located.
“Twenty years ago, did you ever think a professional sports team would be in Loudoun County?”
Skip Groff, whose Yesterday & Today Records, and role in producing and releasing music helped form D.C.’s early punk scene, has died at age 70.
Ground was broken Tuesday for a new bed-and-breakfast in Schuyler, Virginia, near the home where the writer whose book inspired the TV show grew up. The owner expects construction to be complete by mid-October in time for the yearly Waltons event later that month.
As more states decriminalize marijuana, Maryland State Police are seeing a large jump in the number of weed-related impaired driving crashes and violations.
Loudoun County prosecutor Jim Plowman will step down in November, and become a judge in the 20th Judicial District.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.