A woman who was in the home when Prince McLeod Rams allegedly was drowned says it didn't happen, Joaquin Rams is innocent.
Already facing one murder charge, prosecutors look at two more deaths, but also call witnesses who support Rams' claims of innocence, his lawyer says.
Seeking answers to how many logos were devised and how much was spent, Peter Candland is stopped by one supervisor, files a citizen's FOIA, then reaches a compromise.
Supervisors felt it didn't capture Prince William, and wasn't properly reviewed by the board and the public before widespread use.
After hearing concerns from Rep. Frank Wolf, state board delays vote on Bi-County Parkway to June.
The congressman challenges the notion that building the road would increase cargo traffic to and from Dulles Airport.
After the death of Prince Rams, the medical examiner determines the boy drowned and his father is charged with murder. His lawyers claim a seizure disorder was to blame.
After a series of fevers and seizures, Prince Rams went on an unsupervised visit with his father, Joaquin Rams. Police believe the father drowned the son. Rams says he's innocent.
Suspected in the deaths of two other people, Joaquin Rams is granted unsupervised visitation with his toddler son, over the objections of the boy's mother.
Joaquin Rams is accused of drowning his 15-month-old son to collect on a large life insurance policy. He claims he's innocent, and his lawyers say the boy didn't drown. A closer look at those claims.