VDOT warns of construction delays on I-95; southbound lanes to close near Quantico late Friday
Virginia Film Festival announces 2nd filmmaking contest for high school students
The former firefighter who confessed to setting the latest arson on the Eastern Shore of Virginia used a rag from his auto shop to light the abandoned home on fire, according to court documents released Thursday.
Congressmen say Va. contractor illegally detained, beaten in Afghanistan
Arlington County and WMATA are launching a "full independent review" of the process and the expenses that led to the $1 million Walter Reed "Super Stop" on Columbia Pike.
The Arlington County Police Department is warning of a scam that's targeting local residents.
Virginia will begin its largest-ever oyster replenishment initiative in May.
Old Dominion names American coach Jeff Jones to lead basketball program
Search warrant: Rag from auto shop used to set last of 77 arsons on Eastern Shore of Va.
Marlboro maker Altria Group Inc.'s incoming CEO Martin J. Barrington received a pay package valued at $10.3 million for fiscal 2012, according to an Associated Press analysis of a regulatory filing.
Virginia's new tax refund card program is hitting a few bumps in its first year.
A retired Norfolk employee faces charges of accepting bribes from a contractor in exchange for preferential treatment regarding city contracts and work orders.
After 10 years of opening Virginia House of Delegates sessions by presenting the state's gold ceremonial mace, Norman "Bud" Roderick is retiring as the House's sergeant-at-arms.
Those who purchase the Blu-Ray version of Lincoln will get a little something extra: a pitch to visit Virginia.
The Civil War Trust is seeking volunteers for its annual hands-on preservation event Saturday.
Library of Congress worker from Va. charged with stalking for posting fake Craigslist sex ads
A minister at a Petersburg church faces charges of setting his house and car in Chesterfield County on fire.
With the D.C. area's proximity to Virginia's wine country, visits to local vineyards are often top of mind as a way to relax and unwind in a scenic part of the state.
As the Virginia Department of Transportation unveils more travel times on I-66, the agency tells WTOP similar information near the 495 Express Lanes could be years away.
About 160 Va National Guard members conducting final training ahead of Afghanistan deployment