Agency: 19 People Ill in E. Coli Outbreak Tied to CostcoNineteen people in seven states, including Virginia, Montana, Utah and Colorado, have contracted E. coli in an outbreak linked to chicken salad bought at Costco, federal health officials said Tuesday.
VSP to Heighten Patrols During the Long Holiday WeekendStarting Wednesday, Virginia State Police will be out in force as highway traffic swells for the start of the long Thanksgiving holiday.
Free Pets: Zappos to Cover Cost of Dog & Cat Adoptions Black Friday WeekendIf finding the perfect furry friend is high on your holiday wish list, this weekend is the perfect time to adopt.
SCC Orders Dominion to Refund $19.7M to Virginia CustomersState regulators have ordered Dominion Virginia Power to refund $19.7 million to customers.
Man Charged With Leaving Fake Bomb at Fairfax County MosqueA man is facing criminal charges after authorities say he left a fake bomb at a northern Virginia mosque.
Safety Tips for Cooking on ThanksgivingEnjoy the Thanksgiving turkey but be careful while it's in the oven or fryer.
Thanksgiving Travelers to Pay Lower Gas PricesAAA Mid-Atlantic says Virginia motorists will pay the lowest Thanksgiving week gasoline prices since 2008.
Report: 3 of America's Worst Bottlenecks Are In Northern VirginiaThe "Unclogging America’s Arteries 2015" report from the American Highway Users Alliance says three of the nation's worst bottlenecks are in northern Virginia.
15-Year-Old Driver Dead After Fleeing From Traffic Stop in SterlingLoudoun County police are investigating a car wreck that claimed the life of a man who tried to flee the scene of a traffic stop in Sterling.
Loudoun County Police Investigating Fatal CrashLoudoun County police are investigating a car wreck that claimed the life of a man who tried to flee the scene of a traffic stop in Sterling.
University of Virginia School of Law Appoints First Female DeanA legal historian specializing in civil rights has been selected as the 12th dean of the School of Law at the University of Virginia.
Alexandria Ranks in Top 10 Safest U.S. CitiesLocated along the Potomac River just miles from D.C., Alexandria ranks as the fifth safest city in America in a new study.