Distillery Owner Seeks GOP Nomination For Virginia GovernorDistillery owner Denver Riggleman says he will seek the republican nomination for governor.
Anaconda in Toilet Catches Arlington Resident Off GuardAnimal control officers have recovered a four-to-five foot juvenile anaconda from an Arlington County resident's toilet.
Belvoir-Based Infantry Division Deploying to Middle EastMore than 450 Army National Guard soldiers from Virginia and Maryland are getting ready to deploy to the Middle East.
Police: Woman Poisons Former Coworkers Using Coffee MakerA Sterling, Virginia woman was arrested Friday for pouring a cleaning solution into the coffee maker at her former job for several weeks, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.
Teacher Accused of Writing 'Focus' on Student's ForeheadA Virginia Beach math teacher has been accused of assaulting an eighth grader in class by writing "focus" on the boy's forehead.
Name of Va. Street Honoring Confederacy's President Will ChangeThe Alexandria City Council has voted to change the name of Jefferson Davis Highway, which honors the president of the Confederacy.
Maryland, Virginia Battle for FBI HeadquartersThe FBI is outgrowing its headquarters in D.C. and is looking to relocate. Both Maryland and Virginia are trying to lure the FBI to relocate to their state.
NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Virginia Plane CrashFederal officials say a plane that crashed in northern Virginia earlier this month had touched down briefly and bounced on the runway several times before becoming airborne again and crashing into trees.
First Family Goes Hiking in National Park in VirginiaPresident Barack Obama and the first family went hiking at Prince William Forest Park in Virginia on Sunday. Their visit comes as the National Park Service's celebrates its centennial.
Employee At Va. Smoothie Cafe Diagnosed With Hepatitis AAn employee at a smoothie cafe has been diagnosed with Hepatitis A.
Complaint: Black Students Punished More Harshly Than WhitesBlack students and students with disabilities attending public schools in Virginia's capital city are more severely and more frequently punished than their classmates, according to a complaint filed Wednesday with the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights.
2011 Earthquake Might Still Be Having An Impact On D.C. LandmarkFive years ago today, the Earth moved and grabbed the attention of millions of people in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic. A rare 5.8 magnitude earthquake might still be having an impact on one famous landmarks.