Amsonia (Stafford County, VA) Change Neighborhood

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Tree blocked traffic on Military Road in NW

Workers had removed the fallen tree by just before 7 p.m., and the DPW was clearing the area

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Thunderstorm causes damage, injures 10 in VB

A severe thunderstorm blew through southeast Virginia on Thursday, injuring 10 people near the oceanfront in Virginia Beach and causing extensive damage in the city.

Judge to rule soon on witness for ex-Va. governor

An attorney hired by former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell to provide expert testimony at his upcoming corruption trial said Thursday that the prosecution's star witness will reap substantial benefits from the government's suspension of evidence-gathering in two unrelated civil cases.

Virginia state revenues decline by $439 million

Virginia ended fiscal 2014 with a $438.5 million shortfall, a 1.6 percent drop from the year before.

Helicopter to inspect Md. utility equipment

Baltimore Gas and Electric says residents and motorists in central Maryland shouldn't worry if they see a helicopter hovering near utility equipment including towers, poles and wires.

What libraries need from key U.S. technology program

What libraries need from key U.S. technology program

The FCC will vote Friday on a plan to modernize the E-Rate program, which provides discounts to schools and libraries for Internet access and telecommunications.

Cyclists don't like it when you call them terrorists

Cyclists don't like it when you call them terrorists

Bicyclists stage peaceful protest at Washington Post over Courtland Milloy column.

217-ton steam locomotive making move across Md.

Baltimore's B&O Railroad Museum is putting a 217-ton steam locomotive aboard a train to its new home with the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad in Cumberland.

PM Update: Pockets of heavy rain, flood risk this evening; drying out Friday

PM Update: Pockets of heavy rain, flood risk this evening; drying out Friday

A stalled, fading front is serving as a focus for the development of storms this evening, a few of which may be intense.

Courts close in Frederick, Md., after power outage

The Frederick County district and circuit courts have been closed because of a power outage downtown.

Smoke, noise after cover touches Metro third rail

Metro says there was a loud noise and smoke when a covering over the third rail touched the rail itself at a station on the National Mall.

Video: Tropical Storm Neoguri spawns devastating flooding and landslides in Japan

Video: Tropical Storm Neoguri spawns devastating flooding and landslides in Japan

Tropical Storm Neoguri has brought torrential rain to Japan, creating a dangerous combination of flooding and landslides.

Rail problem at Smithsonian causes delays, single-tracking

Orange and Blue Line trains are single-tracking between Smithsonian and Federal Center SW. Riders should expect delays.

Manassas City police say they will not serve search warrant in teen 'sexting' case

Police decide against taking explicit photos of 17-year-old male who allegedly sent video to 15-year-old girlfriend.

US accepts 285 Civil War battlefield acres in Va.

U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced Thursday that a Civil War battlefield where Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee saw his first major victory has been granted federal protection.

DC abandons plan to combine lottery contracts

The District of Columbia's chief financial officer has abandoned his plans to combine the city's two lucrative lottery contracts.

Storm causes part of US 58 to close to traffic

Virginia State Police say a severe thunderstorm has resulted in U.S. 58 closing down between Franklin and Capron.

Winning numbers drawn in 'Cash 5 Day' game

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Body found in pond near Md. mall after shoplifting

Police in Anne Arundel County are identifying the man whose body was recovered from a pond area near Arundel Mills mall.

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