Flooding from a water main break closed off a portion of King St. in Alexandria Monday morning. (Credit: PJ Elliott/NewsRadio 99.1)

Water Main Break Floods King St. in Alexandria

Flooding from a water main break closed off a portion of King St. in Alexandria Monday morning.



‘Bicycle Bandit’ Who Escaped Va. Hospital Takes Guilty Plea

A prisoner who briefly escaped from a Virginia hospital has pleaded guilty in connection with the escape and also acknowledged committing a dozen robberies at banks.


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Survivor of Alexandria Shooting Testifies at Hearing

The survivor of a shooting that authorities have linked to the slayings of three Alexandria residents wept uncontrollably as she described the attack in court.



Judge: Prosecutors Can Show Jurors Severance’s Writings

Prosecutors will be allowed to show jurors writings that advocate murder as a means of fomenting unrest by a man accused of killing three Alexandria residents over roughly a 10-year span.


Officer Laboy's receiving his retirement credentials from Chief Cook. (Credit: Alexandria Police Department)

Seriously Injured Alexandria Police Officer Retires from Department

After recovering from a gunshot wound to the head, an Alexandria police officer has retired from the police department.


BOWLING GREEN, OH - OCTOBER 2:  A sign directs people where to vote during early voting at the Wood County Court House October 2, 2012 in Bowling Green, Ohio. Early voting began October 2 in the battleground state of Ohio, five weeks before election day on November 6.  (Photo by J.D. Pooley/Getty Images)

Vice Mayor Defeats Incumbent in Alexandria, Va., Primary

Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg has defeated four-term Mayor William D. Euille in the Democratic primary.


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Police Investigate Abduction, Attempted Sexual Assault in Alexandria

Police are looking for a man suspected of holding a woman against her will in a hotel room and attempting to sexually assault her in Alexandria.


It took nearly 30 firefighters a half-hour to bring the blaze under control; the man's body was found at the top of the stairs. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Police: 1 Dead in Fire in Alexandria

The Alexandria Fire Department says one person died in an apartment fire and another was hospitalized with serious burns.


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Judge: Lawsuit By Deaf Inmate Can Go Forward Against Sheriff

A deaf man can go forward with his lawsuit against Arlington County Sheriff Beth Arthur after a federal judge said the allegations, if true, would amount to a serious violation of his constitutional rights.



Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing at Alexandria School

Alexandria officials say a U.S. Air Force helicopter made an emergency landing at an elementary school, but no one was injured.