Bedford County coyote lottery begins Wednesday, hunters, trappers can get cash for kills
Richmond council OKs same-sex benefit ordinance, move symbolic due to state marriage ban
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley describes his "cleansing" experience watching "The Butler" for a second time, followed by a Q&A with director Lee Daniels and writer Wil Haygood.
Flies infest Pittsylvania County Jail again, sheriff hopes new project will end problem
Southwest Airlines to drop nonstop flights from Norfolk to Jacksonville and Nashville
VCU to rename mass communications school in honor of alumnus, TV exec Richard T. Robertson
Virginia Zoo in Norfolk to be presented award for reaccreditation from nonprofit group
Packaging company MeadWestvaco selling 501K acres of US forestland to Plum Creek for $934M
Robert Griffin III's knee is 'fine' _ same can't be said for Redskins' passing game
The Mosaic District in Merrifield will get a Ted's Bulletin location as well as nearly 500 new office workers when the Custom Ink T-shirt company moves its offices from McLean in 2014.
Fairfax County police are asking for help finding a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured a 21-year-old woman.
Squirrel causes power outage to nearly 3,300 Appalachian Power customers in western Va
The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is planning improvements to help manage the swamp's water levels.
Metro to break ground on major new bus facility to serve northern Virginia
Clinton says Democrats cannot be complacent in Va. gubernatorial race, with GOP more energized
Gordon wins, title race tightens as Kenseth and Johnson leave Martinsville tied for lead
Relief is on the way for a residential neighborhood long plagued by bus noise and pollution.
A woman who owns a maid service is accused of stealing more than $100,000 in jewelry from a Loudoun County home this month, and authorities think she may have stolen from other homes in the area.
Free cab rides through SoberRide will be offered in the Washington metro area from 10 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 until 4 a.m. Friday, Nov. 1.