Police officers will meet with employees of a restaurant in Northern Virginia after a cook there allegedly refused to serve a police officer in uniform.
Citing the "dismal likelihood of conviction," prosecutors have dropped all remaining charges against three Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, bringing an end to the cases.
President Ronald Reagan's would-be assassin will live full-time outside a mental hospital for the first time in over 35 years, NBC News confirmed.
An Eastern Shore tradition celebrated by Marguerite Henry's book "Misty of Chincoteague" is marking its 91st year.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is scheduled to speak at the Democratic National Convention.
William Chapman II died last year in Portsmouth, Virginia, a majority-black city of 100,000 that while not in the spotlight, has been deeply ensconced in such discussions.
Soon after Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine accepted Hillary Clinton's offer to be her running mate, he called Terry McAuliffe to say thanks.
Local officials played a big part in the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee for president. News4's Julie Carey and Aaron Gilchrist report from Philadelphia
A Virginia man is accused of selling fake cancer drugs to patients for thousands of dollars, according to Manassas, Virginia, police.
Metro's nine-month maintenance surge will soon affect riders on its busiest line for the first time. Red Line riders could face delays of up to an hour in both directions when the surge begins Monday.
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