No Immediate Ruling From Judge After Lee Statue TrialA lawsuit seeking to prevent Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam from removing an enormous statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Richmond is scheduled to go to trial Monday.
Park Police Officers Indicted In 2017 Shooting Of Unarmed Driver Bijan GhaisarTwo U.S. Park Police officers were indicted Thursday on manslaughter charges in the 2017 shooting death of an unarmed motorist who led officers on a stop-and-go chase outside Washington, capping nearly three years of inquiry into a case that caused an outcry over concerns of excessive force.
Judge Extends Virginia Voter Registrations For 48 Hours, Cites 'Tremendous Harm' When Cut Cable Knocked Sit OfflineA judge is extending Virginia voter registrations for 48 hours.
Cut Cable Shuts Down Virginia's Online Voter Registration On Last Day To Register For General ElectionA severed fiber optic cable shut down Virginia's online voter registration system Tuesday, the last day to register before the November general election.
FBI Agent: Anti-Government Militia Groups Discussed Kidnapping Virginia Governor Ralph NorthamMembers of anti-government paramilitary groups discussed kidnapping Virginia's governor during a June meeting in Ohio, an FBI agent testified Tuesday during a court hearing in Michigan.
Virginia Teachers' Union Apologizes For Using Coffin Props At Protest To Delay In-Person LearningA northern Virginia teachers' union is apologizing after some of its members used child-size coffins as props at a protest seeking to delay in-person education.
TJ Kim, Teen Delivering PPE To Rural Hospitals By Plane, Honored By White HouseThe volunteer work of a Virginia teen delivering equipment to rural hospitals amid the coronavirus pandemic has now attracted the attention of President Donald Trump.
Driver Seen Doing Doughnuts On Bay Bridge Faces 27 Charges, MDTA Police SayMaryland Transportation Authority Police have charged a suspect in a dangerous driving incident that was caught on video and posted to social media earlier this week.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, Wife Test Positive For CoronavirusVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Friday that he and his wife have both tested positive for the coronavirus, though he said he is showing no symptoms.
How To Cast Your Vote In Maryland, D.C. Or Virginia Before Or On Nov. 3With confusion looming over voting amid the coronavirus pandemic, several states have announced their plans to make it easier to vote in the upcoming general and local elections on Nov. 3.
3 States, DC, Sue EPA Over Alleged Failure To Enforce Chesapeake Bay Pollution Reduction GoalsThe attorneys general of Maryland, Washington, D.C., Delaware and Virginia have sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, accusing it of not requiring Pennsylvania and New York to develop sufficient plans to reduce Chesapeake Bay pollution.
Virginia Church Blesses Students' Chromebooks Ahead Of New School YearAs students head back to school virtually, a Virginia church wanted to make sure their devices were ready for learning.
Virginia Man Accused Of Indecent Exposure While BikingA 55-year-old man has been arrested in connection with what police said was a string of confrontations along trails in northern Virginia involving a cyclist who sometimes exposed himself to pedestrians.
Suspect Pleads Guilty To Having Firearms At Robert E. Lee Statue Clash In VirginiaA man discovered with an assault rifle, a handgun and body armor following a confrontation with protestors at the Robert E. Lee statue in Virginia's capital has been charged with a federal firearms violation.
Jerry Falwell Jr. Officially Resigns From Liberty UniversityJerry Falwell Jr. said Tuesday that he has resigned as head of evangelical Liberty University because of ongoing controversies about his wife’s sexual involvement with a younger business partner and in the wake of a social media photo that caused an uproar.