Man who was getaway driver in 22 armed robberies sentenced to 15 years in prison
Virginia regulators give OK to transmission lines over scenic, historic section of James
Twenty students from Charles County Public Schools got the chance Tuesday to talk one-on-one with American astronauts stationed aboard the International Space Station.
Quarterbacks will take center stage when Virginia Tech and Virginia square off this week.
MSHA designates Lincoln County coal mine as pattern violator, 4th to be put on POV list
When an Ohio couple recently gave child welfare officials a 9-year-old boy they raised from infancy, prosecutors said they committed a crime. People within the adoption community say giving up a child after so much time is rare and undermines the lifelong commitment that adopted children require.
US Trade Representative Michael Froman to help light National Menorah near White House
Bringing attention to men's health problems is personal for two WTOP staffers.
A former administrator accused of embezzling from the Pulaski Moose Lodge has died.
With his Republican rival yet to concede the race for attorney general, Democrat Mark Herring is forging ahead, naming his inaugural committee.
A Richmond man has pleaded guilty in a $1.2 million investment scheme.
Snack maker Shearer's Foods plans to add a tortilla chip line to its manufacturing operation in Bristol, Va.
A new report says District of Columbia police officers need better training on enforcing the law on tinted vehicle windows.
As the holiday approaches, many are thinking of giving back. There are hundreds of opportunities in the D.C. region to volunteer.
If you're planning to hit the roads for the Thanksgiving holiday, Mother Nature is not going to make it an easy ride. But you'll have plenty of other people stuck in traffic with whom you can commiserate.
The District of Columbia fire department is hiring nine new paramedics as it continues to address a shortage that has led to slow responses to some medical emergencies.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art is receiving a $1.8 million gift from Oman, the largest donation in the museum's history.
Gov. Bob McDonnell says in his last few weeks in office, he will work to evaluate how the commonwealth addresses mental health emergencies after Virginia state Sen. Creigh Deeds blamed the local mental-health system for his son's death last week.
A Danville woman faces up to 60 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges stemming from her infant son's death.
Frederick, Md., scientist claims FDA stole trade secrets for food safety software product