Fairfax County police Officer Don Gotthardt tells WTOP the driver of a 2006 Infinity was headed westbound when he "veered dramatically to the left" and into the path of an oncoming, marked police car at about 3 a.m..
The first of 13 men and women convicted of smuggling millions of dollars' worth of the illegal African drug khat (COT) are facing possible prison sentences.
A northern Virginia woman who became known as the "blond bandit" following a string of bank robberies and carjackings last year could be facing 10 years or more in prison.
A local brewery that lost power during the derecho is getting sweet revenge on Mother Nature with a new brew that the storm almost ruined.
A top official in the U.S. Department of Agriculture is visiting a mobile farmer's market in northern Virginia to promote distribution of fresh, local produce in underserved communities.
Alexandria authorities are asking for the public's help in finding several suspects they believe burglarized seven car dealerships since February.
It's every foodie's favorite time of year again. Throughout the region, restaurants are opening their doors and offering prix fixe menus to satisfy most budgets.
A South Carolina coroner has confirmed that former Alexandria, Va., sheriff James Dunning has died at his Hilton Head, S.C. home.
An underground cable failure is to blame for a brief power outage in Alexandria Wednesday.
If you've been affected by the derecho and heat wave, we have a beer for you.
Six days after the storm, Virginia Dominion Power crews were working Thursday afternoon to restore electricity to a half block of homes in Del Ray Alexandria. The company is working home-by- home to restore power to its customers.
Joey Chestnut won his sixth straight Fourth of July hot dog-eating contest at Coney Island, downing 68 dogs and buns on Wednesday to tie his personal best in a sweaty, gag-inducing spectacle.
Power outages and storm cleanup are forcing some camps and pools to close.
Six localities have been added to Virginia's emerald ash borer quarantine.
A Muslim convert from Brooklyn was sentenced Friday to nearly 12 years in prison for posting online threats against the creators of South Park.
The triple digit temperatures prompted some area pools to open days before their scheduled summer start.
The idea for Louise Noakes' latest art exhibit was born two years at a drag queen show she attended with her 17-year-old daughter.
An Alexandria woman will spend more than a year in prison for her role in a scheme involving Coast Guard contracts.
A bizarre backyard accident has left an Alexandria woman with severe burns.
WTOP's Kristi King reports from Alexandria.
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