Authorities Say Jail Inmate Died of Natural CausesArlington County police say an investigation has determined that the death of an inmate found unconscious in a medical cell at the county detention facility was due to natural causes.
Arlington Co. Raising Taxicab RatesStarting Jan. 1, taxicab rates in Arlington County will be rising for the first time in nearly four years.
Va. Police Execute Search Warrant on Home in Unsolved MurderArlington County Police executed a search warrant Thursday on a home related to a five-month-old unsolved murder.
Man Dies at Detention Facility in Arlington CountyOfficials say a 48-year-old man with a history of medical issues has died in a detention facility in Arlington County.
Arlington Co. Investigating a String of Attempted RapesFour women have been assaulted recently in Arlington County in separate, but similar incidents involving an attacker who attempted to rape them.
Feds Launch Investigation of Jail's Care of Deaf InmatesCourt documents show that the Department of Justice has launched an investigation of how the Arlington County jail cares for deaf inmates.
Cursing in Public Becomes Fineable Offense in Arlington CountyCursing like a sailor in public has become a fineable offense in Arlington County, and that fine just got a big increase.
Judge: Lawsuit By Deaf Inmate Can Go Forward Against SheriffA 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.
Judge Weighs Lawsuit Filed by Deaf Inmate at Arlington JailThe Arlington County sheriff and state officials are asking a judge to toss out a lawsuit filed by a deaf man who says he spent six weeks at the county jail unable to adequately communicate.
D.C. Rated One of Safest Driving States in AmericaIt's hard to believe, but a new report has named D.C. the second best state for driving.
Fire Crew Helps D.C. Couple Marry After Winter Weather StrikesA group of northern Virginia firefighters are used to being called heroes. Now they're being called romantics.
Homeless Man Gets Life in Prison in Machete Attack Near D.C.A homeless man has been sentenced to life in prison in an attack on two people with a machete in a Washington, D.C. suburb.

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