Chiefs also lose LT Branden Albert (knee), TE Anthony Fasano (concussion) in loss to Denver
Someone broke into a Salvation Army building and stole several days' worth of contributions early Sunday morning.
New Annapolis mayor inaugurated; Michael Pantelides defeated Democratic incumbent
Completion date on Silver Line pushed back again; software fix needed for train control system
Ravens' playoff picture comes into focus, and Harbaugh likes what he sees with 4 games left
Dropped pass, stripped ball hurt Redskins more than chain gang gaffe in loss to Giants
Coach Mike Munchak says NFL told him officials messed up 3 plays in Titans' loss to Colts
The Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington is looking to capitalize on the growing pop-up retail trend this season with a new event called HolidayREADY.
Software tests will delay opening of the new Silver Line in Fairfax County.
Judge who was to preside in Va. recount for attorney general recuses self; new judge named
A former Montgomery County fifth-grade teacher is avoiding jail time with a plea deal in a sexual abuse case.
Two adolescent boys were charged with raping an 11-year-old girl in the backyard of her Woodbridge, Va. home the day before Thanksgiving, according to a news release from the Prince William County Police Department.
The co-owner of a now-defunct Virginia drug company has pleaded guilty to illegally importing Botox and other prescription drugs and selling them to physicians in violation of the Food and Drug Administration's regulatory scheme.
The line of demarcation might as well be the Kansas City Chiefs' bye week.
It was too much for families to take when the kids of wounded warriors recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center found they were assigned to new schools. So, they made a special request for a change of assignment.
New Castle County decides not to recoup $218,000 worth of utility billing errors
A Maryland homebuilder praised by Gov. Martin O'Malley for its environmental innovation says it's struggling financially because it grew too fast.
Postal officials have closed the Danville Courthouse Postal Station after a safety and health inspection found suspected lead-based paint.
The new system, which begins Monday, will allot assigned spaces to participating trucks for their exclusive use every weekday.
Va. State Crime Commission agrees to study cigarette smuggling over coming year