The former administrative director at one of the nation's most prominent conservative organizations pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the group.
A former account manager at Wachovia Bank has been sentenced to seven years in prison for stealing more than $14 million from her clients' accounts to fund a lifestyle that included a luxury motor home, a helicopter and a menagerie of animals including two zebras.
Col. Elmer Ellsworth never stepped foot in Fort Ward, but a lock of his hair and his uniform cap have made it here to the grounds of one of the dozens of Union strongholds built around the Washington, D.C., area after the outbreak of the Civil War.
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A former teacher has been sentenced to 25 years in prison on child pornography charges after admitting a decades-long pattern of molesting teenage boys in the United States and Japan.
Alexandria city officials have removed a neighborhood from a special tax district that would help fund a new Metro station nearby in the Potomac Yard area.
The turn to North Kings Highway from Telegraph Road is no longer on the left. It's now a ramp on the right, similar to Huntington Avenue.
City officials have discussed a plan to raise the topography of some shoreline parks.
A former Alexandria police chief arrested two years ago for drunken driving is considering a run for the City Council.
It's going to be very hard to find a parking space in the neighborhoods adjacent to the new Mark Center after September 15, unless you live there and that's apparently what the residents want.
The City of Alexandria has delayed voting on a plan on the future of Old Town's waterfront.
The city of Alexandria is opening a new community building at what used to be a paint store building.
A Baltimore midwife has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the death of a baby she delivered at the home of an Alexandria woman who had a high-risk pregnancy.
Nearly 1,000 volunteers helped a neighbor out Saturday, turning out in Alexandria for National Rebuilding Day.
The 19-year-old from Alexandria who in January was placed on the no-fly list and barred from returning to Kuwait has had his day in court, with a judge ruling Friday on his lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, FBI Director Robert Muller and the agency that maintains the no-fly list.
A legal challenge to the move of federal workers to the Mark Center along Interstate 395 appears to be dwindling, making it likely massive traffic jams predicted for the fall will occur.
M.E. Swing Coffee House won the KRUPS "Cup O' Joe" Award for best local coffee shop in D.C.
Prince William County has no plans to sue to stop the move of 6,400 defense workers to Alexandria's Mark Center.
Fearing a traffic nightmare, Fairfax County's top politician says the Board of Supervisors will consider a lawsuit to stop a Pentagon transfer of more than 6,000 workers to an office complex in Alexandria later this year.
The Pentagon's inspector general says the Army failed to take into account current and projected rush hour traffic when it decided to relocate 6,400 defense workers to Alexandria.