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The Alexandria Planning Commission is expected to pass a zoning change tonight that would open the way for the development of a 120-room hotel on the city's waterfront.
We explore the area's history through one of is signature sports, and learn about a few local legends along the way.
We analyze the local and national impacts of the sweeping federal budget cuts set to go into effect March 1.
Virginia Del. David Albo (R-Fairfax) and U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) take on the week in local politics with Kojo and Tom Sherwood.
Small federal contractors in Virginia are worried that they will be the first budget item on the chopping block due to sequestration.
A cab driver allegedly shot an officer in the head in a confrontation during a traffic stop in Old Town Wednesday, leaving him hospitalized.
Arlington County residents have traditionally voted in favor of a safety net, but officials wonder whether workers can bear the burden amidst the combined effects of BRAC and sequestration.
Fiddling with your phone may soon get you pulled over in Virginia, if legislation is approved by Gov. Bob McDonnell.
Volunteers are taking to the streets in Fairfax County this week to conduct surveys of the area's homeless populations with the hope of ultimately providing housing.
Lawmakers in Richmond have until Saturday to find middle ground on a plan to fund the transportation system of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
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