A subsidiary of Amazon.com Inc. is expanding in Fairfax County and expects to provide 500 new jobs.
A former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend is being sued by American International Group Inc. over his refusal to answer questions from insurance investigators.
Police say a 10-year-old girl has been shot and killed by a juvenile male in Crozet.
The frequency of homicides has increased, but the number of violent and property crimes in Virginia has gone down, according to Virginia State Police records for 2012.
James City County police say a man who was dragged 4 miles by a car has died from his injuries.
Democrats sought on Monday to frame Virginia’s bellwether races for governor and other statewide offices as a referendum on a conservative GOP ticket with particular attention to past comments by GOP lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson likening Planned Parenthood to the Ku Klux Klan.
The taxi driver who allegedly shot an Alexandria police officer in the head during a traffic stop was indicted Monday by a grand jury on attempted murder charges.
Move-in day isn’t for almost two months, but Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said Richmond and its many partners have succeeded in building his team its “field of dreams.”
The Virginia medical examiner’s office says it will likely be weeks before the cause of death is determined for two FBI agents who died during a training exercise off the coast of Virginia Beach.
Police say a car dragged a man for about 4 miles before another motorist alerted the driver that the victim was under the vehicle.
Schoolchildren from DC, Maryland and Virginia have been charged with bringing some holiday cheer to passengers at Washington Dulles International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
More than 400 people gathered at Thaiss Park in Fairfax to search for missing 17-year-old Bryan Glenn. What started as a hopeful search turned to sadness when his body was discovered in the woods not far from where his car was located one week earlier.
Across the state of Virginia human bones are locked away in bank boxes without a name and often times, after these bones are identified, they’re linked to a homicide cases gone cold. Police make masks out of the left-behind skulls in hopes to identify the missing persons.