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Gov. Bob McDonnell's popularity dropped to 49 percent, down from 53 percent in March and the lowest it has been in two years.
With the move, Takoma Park becomes the first U.S. city to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in local contests.
Mennonite farmers in Virginia have stopped using chicken waste on their fields, a process that leads to phosphorous-rich runoff that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay—where it can kill fish.
Alexandria officials want to stop the expansion of a facility used by Norfolk Southern to transfer liquid ethanol from railcars to tanker trucks.
Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) wants Gov. Bob McDonnell to put the brakes on a proposed north-south roadway between I-95 and Route 7 referred to as the 'outer beltway.'
Red Line service will likely be disrupted this evening after reports of smoke and fire department activity on an empty Metro car at the Silver Spring Metro.
The embattled president of Virginia Tech has announced Tuesday that he is retiring.
The embezzlement case againt a former Virginia Executive Mansion chef now has an October trial date.
The Associated Press has found its phone records were collected as part of a sweeping Justice Department investigation into leaks, which could prove a problem for local journalists.
After years of controversy and several compromises, a provision enforcing fees for ambulance rides in Montgomery County is set to go into effect.
More than half of drivers on I-95 admit to using their phones behind the wheel — a potentially dangerous combination with thousands of construction workers on the roads this summer.
It's commencement weekend at the University of Maryland, but graduates-to-be and their families won't be getting there via Metro.
After pleading guilty to operating a boat drunk during a collision last year that injured five people, Maryland Del. Don Dwyer has been sentenced to 30 days in jail.
The director of the Massachusetts funeral home where Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev's body was held, is speaking out against controversy surrounding Tsarnev's Virginia burial location.
One D.C. legislator says that she's looking to introduce a bill that would increase the number of places where smoking would be prohibited.
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