Coronavirus Update: Safeway Hiring For 1,000 Jobs In Maryland, Virginia, DC AreaThey are hiring in-store employees, delivery drivers and distribution center employees, and they have 1,000 immediate openings they are looking to fill.
Thomas Grollman Charged With 10 Counts Of Possession Of Child Pornography, Police SayA 53-year-old Crownsville man has been charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography stemming from a nine-month investigation, Anne Arundel County police said Tuesday.
Maryland Third-Most Aggressive State In Addressing Coronavirus, WalletHub Study FindsMaryland's response to the coronavirus is the third-most aggressive of any state in the country, a WalletHub study found.
Virginia Public Schools To Close For Rest Of School Year, Gov. Northam Orders Some Businesses CloseVirginia public schools will remain closed for the rest of the current school year and certain types of businesses, like bowling alleys, gyms and theaters, must close in response to the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. Ralph Northam said Monday.
Coronavirus Latest: 5 Things Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Is Requesting President Donald Trump Address To Combat COVID-19 And Help States Across the U.S.The governors have agreed to five immediate priorities that they are requesting of the federal government that they are taking to President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.
Virginia Reports State's First Death From CoronavirusIn a news release, the Virginia Department of Health and the Peninsula Health District reported the death of the man, who had been hospitalized.
Coronavirus Latest: Virginia Gov. Northam Declares State Of EmergencyNortham advised all Virginians to avoid large gatherings "for the time being."
Five Presumptive Coronavirus Cases Reported In Virginia; DC Reports Fourth CaseVirginia now has five presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 or coronavirus, while Washington, D.C. has four, officials said Monday night.
Virginia Lawmakers Pass Bill Allowing Confederate Monument RemovalsThe passage marks the latest turn in Virginia's long-running debate over how its history should be told in public spaces.
Officials Confirm 2nd Case Of Coronavirus In VirginiaOfficials in Virginia believe they have discovered a second case of coronavirus in the state.
U.S. Marine At Fort Belvoir In Virginia Tests Positive For Coronavirus; State's First Case Of COVID-19A Marine at a base in northern Virginia tested positive for the coronavirus Saturday, a defense department official said.
Virginia Teen Traumatized After Hair Gets Caught In Go-Kart EngineA terrifying ordeal for a teen in Virginia when she got her hair stuck in the engine of a go-cart at an amusement park.
Virginia Woman Struck By Train In Frederick CountyA 36-year-old Virginia woman was hit by a train in Frederick County Thursday morning.
NASA Worker Michael Hetle Accused In Death Of Maryland National Guardsman Javon PratherMichael Hetle, 52, was arrested Tuesday after the fatal shooting of Specialist Javon Prather, 24, Fairfax County police said in a news release. Hetle and Prather were neighbors in Springfield, Virginia, news outlets reported.
Not-So-Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Exposes Himself In ManassasThe woman told police she was stopped at an intersection when the man dressed as Spider-Man exposed himself while making an obscene gesture.