Mitt Romney gives commencement address at Southern Virginia University
Redskins draft Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo in 6th round, failed 2 drug tests in college
The Washington Redskins have selected Brandon Jenkins of Florida State in the fifth round of the NFL draft.
Former sailor sentenced to 20 years in 1975 Va. murder
More than 600 volunteers with "Rebuilding Together Alexandria" repaired windows, replaced doors, even planted vegetable gardens for dozens of Alexandria homeowners who need help.
Kenseth penalties raise question why NASCAR didn't hold Toyota responsible for infraction
Va. audit says unpaid court fines, fees cost state $171 million annually
Three northern Virginia residents remain hospitalized a day after their small plane crashed at a Tucker County airstrip.
Keselowski grabs lead with 10 to go, ends Kyle Busch's dominance in Nationwide Series at RIR
The case of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his former girlfriend will be heard by the state Court of Appeals.
Redskins select tight end Jordan Reed of Florida in 3rd round of NFL draft
The Potomac Nationals and the U.S. Forest Service are planting 187 trees in Fairfax.
Prosecutors say a Springfield man has been charged with recording video chats of underage boys performing sex acts.
An Army helicopter pilot from northern Virginia is one of two soldiers killed in Afghanistan by enemy fire.
State and local officials are touting recovery efforts two years after tornadoes devastated Washington County and the town of Glade Spring.
Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli has disclosed several additional gifts, including flights and vacation lodgings worth thousands of dollars.
Hundreds gathered on campus of Virginia State University to remember two young men who drowned in the Appomattox River during an initiation rite.
In a reversal, the state Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments that Virginia Tech's president should be put on trial for his actions during the April 16, 2007, campus massacre.
Virginia Sen. Mark Warner says a piecemeal approach to the sequester isn't going to help lawmakers agree to a grand deal that would address the nation's budget problems.
A Louisa County man is accused of swindling an imprisoned former Virginia legislator's family in a bogus pardon scheme.