Prosecutor: Officer Who Shot Crowbar-Wielding Man JustifiedThe Sept. 23 shooting of a man wielding a crowbar was justified, prosecutors in Prince William County say.
Thousands Without Power in VirginiaNearly 7,000 customers in Virginia have lost electricity as heavy rains continue to pound the state.
Rain On and Off Around District, Wind Still Blowing HardJoaquin is not much of a threat to D.C., but the area will continue to soak up water and be slammed by strong winds throughout the weekend.
Jesse Matthew Gets 3 Life Sentences in 2005 Fairfax Co. AttackJesse Matthew, charged with the murders of college students Hannah Graham and Morgan Harrington, could receive up to life in prison for another attack on a woman a decade ago.
Clogged Gutters Can Lead to Significant Water DamageClogged gutters can lead to serious water damage in houses, and simply removing leaves can save homeowners thousands of dollars.
Hurricane Expected to Stay Offshore, More Rain Coming to D.C. AreaHeavy rain and strong winds are expected throughout Friday and early Saturday.
Virginia Executes 1st Inmate in Nearly 3 YearsA convicted serial killer who faced the death penalty in two states became the first inmate to be executed in nearly three years in Virginia.
Police: No Sign of Armed Person at Virginia CampusVirginia Commonwealth University has told students to resume their normal activity after warning them to avoid part of its campus because of a possible armed person.
Virginia National Guard to Have Up to 800 ActiveThe Virginia National Guard plans to have up to 800 personnel in place by Friday night to respond to storm-related events.
Weekend Work to Affect 4 of Metro's 6 LinesThe orange, silver, blue and yellow lines will all run every 20 minutes from 10 p.m. Friday through Sunday.
Guide: Delays and Cancellations Due to Storms, Hurricane JoaquinDelays and cancellations for events, games and school activities are starting to roll in as the region is being hit with heavy rain and anticipating more of it to come this weekend from Hurricane Joaquin.
Heavy Rain Hits D.C. Area as Hurricane Joaquin Edges Closer to U.S.Rain, and lots of it, is in the forecast thanks to a nor'easter hitting the D.C. area just days before Hurricane Joaquin is expected to move inland.