The latest local buzz is over what's being served up at some area establishments.
A Virginia man accused of secretly receiving millions of dollars from Pakistan's spy service while he lobbied Congress on the disputed Kashmir territory is expected to plead guilty to federal charges Wednesday.
Satellite parking, as far away as Prince William and Stafford counties, is one idea being floated to ease the anticipated congestion in Alexandria with the relocation of 6,400 defense-related workers.
The inspector general's report that's coming out this week says the Army did not meet state and federal standards when it decided to relocate 6,400 workers to Alexandria.
In Alexandria Saturday, both kids and adults got to hop up and sit in the cab of a tractor trailer as part of the "Share the Road" campaign.
This time of year, the Capitol Christmas Tree is a major superstar. It rolled into Alexandria's Del Ray neighborhood Saturday morning with a police escort.
Authorities say an Alexandria man has been arrested in the fatal stabbing of a 20-year-old in Prince George's County.
Alexandria Police are investigating an assault that occurred early Monday morning on a female jogger.
Pat Troy, the owner of Ireland's Own restaurant in Alexandria and the founder of the city's St. Patrick's Day parade, is telling his life story in an autobiography.
FEMA has approved federal disaster assistance to help eight local governments in Virginia with the costs of cleanup from Tropical Storm Lee flooding.
The busy Thanksgiving travel period officially kicks off this weekend. So why is Metro shutting down the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Station for the weekend?
William Aramony, who led the United Way of America for decades before leaving in disgrace and serving a six-year sentence on fraud charges, has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 84.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is looking to shorten the life span of some transportation projects by having the same contractor design and build the projects.
The company building the new High Occupancy Toll lanes on the Capital Beltway is taking steps now to combat drivers who will try to cheat the system.
More than 100 volunteers gathered Saturday to help nearly 100 low-income families, veterans and the elderly get their homes ready for the winter.
Federal prosecutors are again trying to persuade a judge to keep a Virginia man accused of acting as a Syrian spy in jail while he awaits trial.
A once-popular Alexandria restaurant could reopen as two different food joints -- a restaurant that features American cuisine with Southern flair and a hot dog joint that sells early morning beignets.
Angella Reid was fixing Christmas dinner when the phone rang. It was her boss at Jamaica's Half Moon resort calling to say that a key staff member hadn't showed up for work and Reid needed to fill in.