Motorist Charged With DUI Accused Of Striking Highway CrewSix members of an overnight construction crew have been hospitalized after a driver suspected of being under the influence crashed into them on a Virginia highway, authorities said.
'Express Lanes' To Let Solo Drivers Pay To Use Carpool Lanes Expands In Northern VirginiaThe project cost $475 million.
Md. Man Awaiting Murder Trial Found Dead In Arlington Jail CellA Maryland man whom police say killed a man in Virginia last year has been found dead in his jail cell.
Police: No Evidence Of Shooting At Northern Virginia MallAuthorities in northern Virginia say they have found no evidence that a shooting occurred at movie theater that is part of a popular mall.
Looking To Hire 30K, Amazon Plans Nationwide Job FairsThe online shopping giant is holding job fairs across the country next week, aiming to hire more than 30,000 people by early next year.
Runners, Bicyclists Depart Pentagon For Sept. 11 FundraiserThe 9/11 Promise Run has already raised $70,000 this year and organizers hope to exceed $100,000.
2 Injured In Shooting Inside Crystal City, Virginia Office Building, Police SayPolice in Arlington County, Virginia are investigating after two people were injured in a shooting inside a Crystal City office building.
Home Prices In Some Virginia Suburbs Have Shot Up $100,000 Thanks To AmazonAmazon's Virginia headquarters is years away from becoming a reality, but it's already driving up housing prices.
Virginia Man Sentenced 5 Years In Prison For Threats To Arab American Institute WorkersFederal prosecutors say a Virginia man has been sentenced to five years in prison for making threats to workers at the Arab American Institute.
Arlington, DC Among The Best U.S. Cities For RunnersArlington, Virginia, tops the list for the second consecutive year. It has many options for indoor and outdoor runners with the most races and the third highest number of gyms per 10,000 residents.
Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty To Making ISIS-Related Threats Against The Pentagon, CNNA 47-year-old man from Baltimore pleaded guilty Thursday to making a series of telephone bomb threats in October 2016 against the Pentagon Tours Office and a CNN news affiliate.