Blood Donations Needed As US Faces Severe Shortage, Red Cross SaysThere is a severe blood shortage in Maryland and across the nation, and donors are needed.
NASA Rocket Launch Tuesday Morning Will Be Visible From MarylandIf you missed the recent ring of fire solar clips, here's your chance to see something else fascinating in the sky. Tuesday morning at 7 a.m., a rocket is set to launch from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, which is near Chincoteague Island.
High Court Rejects 2 Virginia White Nationalist Rally CasesThe Supreme Court is leaving in place the convictions of two men who as members of a white supremacist group participated in a white nationalist rally in Virginia in 2017 that turned violent.
Virginia County Plans To Rename Lee Highway For Abolitionist
Safeway Pharmacies Start Extended Friday Hours For Covid Vaccinations, Offer 20% Off GroceriesSafeway is trying to make it easier to for people to get their covid vaccine, particularly those who work less flexible hours.
Neo-Nazi Group, The Base, Member Patrik Jordan Mathews Linked To Virginia Gun Rally Attack Plot Pleads GuiltyA neo-Nazi group member whose talk of planning an attack at a Virginia gun rights rally was secretly recorded by the FBI pleaded guilty on Thursday to gun charges and obstruction of justice.
FBI: Perceived Grievances Drove Virginia Beach Mass Shooter
Judge Reinstates Virginia Teacher Suspended For Transgender RemarkA judge on Tuesday ordered a northern Virginia school system to reinstate a suspended gym teacher who spoke out at a school board meeting against a proposal requiring that transgender students be addressed by their preferred pronouns.
Mansion Once Home To Robert E. Lee Reopens After OverhaulThe Virginia mansion where Robert E. Lee once lived that now overlooks Arlington National Cemetery is open to the public again, after a $12 million rehabilitation and reinterpretation that includes an increased emphasis on those who were enslaved there.
Virginia High Court Hears Challenges To Robert E. Lee Statue RemovalA 131-year-old statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee took center stage Tuesday as the Supreme Court of Virginia heard arguments on whether the state has the right to take down the once-celebrated monument that is now widely seen as a symbol of white supremacy and Black oppression.
Two Maryland Residents Plead Guilty To Conspiracy In Interstate Dogfighting NetworkTwo Maryland residents were among four defendants who pleaded guilty for their roles in an interstate dogfighting network across Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia and New Jersey, the Maryland Office of the U.S. Department of Justice said Tuesday.
Since The Nose Doesn't Know Pot Is Now Legal, K-9s RetireVirginia is following a trend in other states where legalization has led to K-9s being put out to pasture earlier than planned. Police dogs trained to detect the odor of marijuana will no longer be used to establish probable cause for a search.
President Joe Biden Commemorates War Dead At Arlington National CemeteryPresident Joe Biden honored America's war dead at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day by laying a wreath at the hallowed burial ground and extolling the sacrifices of the fallen for the pursuit of democracy.
Maryland Weather: Sun Returns For Memorial DayThe sun is returning just in time for Memorial Day.
Convicted Spy For Russia Moves To Withdraw Guilty PleaA former Army Green Beret sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for spying for Russia has filed paperwork seeking to withdraw his guilty plea.