Workplace death investigated in Galax; worker was trapped in machinery
Capitals to host blood drive at Va. training facility, forward Joel Ward to make appearance
Former employee at Virginia boarding school charged with child endangerment
An Alexandria man is in jail on charges that he tried to remove a woman's underwear while inside a CVS/Pharmacy Wednesday.
In 2 rulings on health care law, votes of 6 appellate judges break along party lines
Co-defendant sentenced in fatal party shooting of Seton Hall student from Virginia
With the Silver Line opening soon in Virginia, WTOP is answering some of the questions you will have.
US regulators issue 186 citations during mining inspections in June
Tanker overturns, spills gasoline along Interstate 95 in Virginia
A Tysons Corner small business looks forward to getting a big boost from the Silver Line.
Reston-based electrical contractor Truland Systems Corp., which had been reorganizing in hopes of selling itself to investors in the three months before its abrupt shutdown on Monday, filed for bankruptcy protection Wednesday.
If you're looking for a good time, changes are there are parties at the homes of the Duke Dogs and Terrapins.
Norfolk police: 3 children were home alone during break-in; 2 burglary suspects sought
Bodies of woman, child found in Norfolk home; autopsy to determine cause of death
HHS Secretary Burwell announces $9 million in insurance refunds heading to Virginians
An Interstate 395 lane striping fiasco that caused major delays for commuters Wednesday has been resolved.
Virginia higher education council votes to join multi-state agreement on distance learning
Appalachian music legend Ralph Stanley to be honored by American Academy of Arts and Sciences
WTOP's George Wallace kicks off his Redskins Training Camp blog as Jay Gruden opens his first camp as a head coach.
Latest survey of honey bee loses in Virginia shows colony deaths near 33 percent
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