7 Federally Charged In US Capitol RiotsSeven people have been charged in federal court in connection with crimes committed at the U.S. Capitol riots in DC last week.
Robert Keith Packer, Virginia Man Seen Wearing 'Camp Auschwitz' At U.S. Capitol Riots, ArrestedA Virginia man who wore a "Camp Auschwitz" sweatshirt when a violent mob of Pro-Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday was arrested, per multiple news sources.
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate, State Sen. Amanda Chase Faces Facebook RestrictionsA Virginia gubernatorial candidate who is an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump has had new restrictions placed on her Facebook account after falsely blaming antifa activists for Wednesday's deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Democrats, meanwhile, called on her to resign.
Overall Chesapeake Bay Health Remains At D+ Grade, State Of The Bay Report SaysThe nation's largest estuary is still getting a D+ grade for its overall health, according to a report released Tuesday by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
Virginia Sen. Ben Chafin Dies After Contracting CoronavirusVirginia state Sen. Ben Chafin has died after contracting the coronavirus, Senate Republicans said Friday.
Truck Crashes Off Side Of Bridge Into Chesapeake Bay Near Virginia Beach; Crews Suspend Search For DriverCrews have suspended their search for a driver after a truck crashed off a bridge and into the Chesapeake Bay in southern Virginia on Tuesday morning, the U.S. Coast Guard said. 
White's Ferry Operations Cease In Maryland After Court RulingWhite's Ferry will no longer operate along the Potomac River after a Loudoun County court decision ruling. It's effective immediately.
Maryland, DC, Virginia Rank Among Best Places To Visit National ParksLooking for a stay-cation idea? You may want to head to a national park.
Giant Food To Roll Out New Shelf Labels Promoting Minority-Owned BusinessesBeginning next year, shoppers at Giant Food stores will notice a number of changes the company said will highlight products from minority-owned businesses.
Northern Virginia Gets A Taste Of Gaming With 'Horse Slots'Caesar's Palace it's not, but for the first time northern Virginia is getting in on the expansion of gambling that has been spreading throughout the state.
New Virus-Related Deaths Reported At Virginia PrisonsNew figures from the Virginia Department of Corrections show that two inmates and one staff member who tested positive for the coronavirus have died in recent days.