Former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were indicted Tuesday. The story — a onetime political star turned pariah, a former governor less than two weeks out of office, indictments that revealed new details and listed nearly three dozen items that could be seized (including shoes, dresses and a silver Rolex watch engraved with “71st Governor of Virginia) — was big news, dominating headlines from the District to Richmond and beyond.

Here’s a look at some front pages highlighting the news.

The Washington Post, which has thoroughly covered this story, put the indictment news atop the front page (beating out Tuesday’s snowstorm):

(The Washington Post's front page on Jan. 22, 2014.)
(The Washington Post’s front page on Jan. 22, 2014.)

Our colleague J. Freedom du Lac was nice enough to tweet screenshots of other front pages.