Emergency and hazmat crews were called to the scene of an explosion at a Virginia milk plant early Friday morning.
The Supreme Court justices left in place lower court rulings that found the policy unconstitutional.
Dante Herrera has Batten disease, a deadly disorder that attacks the brain and nervous system. But that didn’t stop him from graduating high school.
The Arlington House where Robert E. Lee once lived reopened to the public this week with a new emphasis on those who were enslaved there.
Thousands of service members will place American flags on over 260,000 headstones at Arlington National Cemetery Thursday as part of their Memorial Day remembrance celebrations.
A deputy in Virginia single-handedly lifted an overturned car to free a woman pinned underneath.
An active-duty Marine officer was arrested at Quantico on Thursday on charges connected to the Capitol riot.
A Virginia mother allegedly stabbed her two young children Monday night, including a 10-month-old boy who died, in what was described as a "horrific" scene, authorities said Tuesday.
Officials in Virginia say a police officer accused of using excessive force during a traffic stop of a Black Army officer has been fired hours after the state's governor called for an independent investigation into the incident.
In a lawsuit, the Army lieutenant, who is Black, says his constitutional rights were violated during the traffic stop. An officer said his windows were tinted, he didn't have a rear license plate and had been "eluding police." The man's attorney says he was trying to stop in a well-lit area.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, who is the wife of Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, was arrested Monday in Virginia on international drug trafficking charges.
State lawmakers gave final approval Monday to a bill that will end capital punishment in Virginia, a dramatic turnaround for a state that has executed more people in its history than any other.
Virginia moved another step closer to ending capital punishment on Friday when the state House joined the Senate in voting to abolish the death penalty.
The Washington Football Team announced on Tuesday that it has hired the first Black female assistant coach in NFL history.
The U.S. government has executed a drug trafficker for a series of slayings in Virginia in 1992, despite his recent COVID-19 infection. Corey Johnson received a lethal injection Thursday at the federal prison complex in Terre Haute, Indiana.
A man who was photographed wearing a “Camp Auschwitz” sweatshirt during the U.S. Capitol riot last week was arrested Wednesday in Virginia, authorities said.
UPS driver Anthony Gaskins was moved to tears after members of a community banded together to thank him for his record number of daily deliveries during the coronavirus crisis.
Police say a Virginia man has been accused of killing his mother and the family dog, who were both found dead on Thanksgiving Day.
The annual event honors the memory of fallen soldiers and is scheduled for December 19
A foot-long invasive species slithered by a suburban Virginia resident last week, leaving pest-control experts scratching their heads before they found help identifying it.