The Commonwealth of Virginia is being asked to commit to kicking in more than $150 million towards the relocation of an unnamed NBA franchise to Virginia Beach.
Peter Franchot, Maryland state comptroller, called on state residents to support local businesses instead of giving in to the temptation of online shopping, which skirts state sales taxes.
National Journal Hotline's Reid Wilson breaks down the predicted Virginia governors' race after the announcement from Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling that he will not seek the GOP nomination for the seat.
Police have released a video showing five individuals stealing computers from Brightwood Elementary School in the District. They're asking for help identifying the suspects.
Two employees have been fired after leaving a 4-year-old special-needs child from D.C. on the bus they were operating for nearly 6 hours.
Montgomery County is seeing a disturbing rise in cases of tuberculosis, among other rare diseases, and health officials say prevention is difficult in these cases because they often originate in the county's large immigrant population.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling has decided not to seek the Republican Party's nomination for governor of the state in 2013, but he left the door open to run as an independent candidate.
D.C. mayor Vincent Gray clarified the law about U-turns on Pennsylvania Avenue NW, after an outcry from cyclists citing the danger of the practice to those biking in the center median bike lanes.
Pre-trial testimony continues today in the WikiLeaks case of Bradley Manning, the Army private charged with giving classified information to the website. Manning is seeking dismissal of all charges on the grounds that he was mistreated in military prison before his trial.
Several naked protesters staged a demonstration in House Speaker John Boehner's personal office yesterday, urging the lawmaker to work to avoid potential budget cuts to support programs for those with HIV and AIDS.
Residents in Ward 8 were the first to officially voice their concerns about a plan to close 20 DCPS schools next year during a public meeting last night.