Authorities say two people suffered minor injuries when a small plane crashed into the living room of an apartment in Herndon.
Some people use Facebook to network, make new friends or stay in touch with old ones. Dave Killough is using it to find his birth mother.
Police in Delaware are asking for the public’s assistance in find a 75-year-old man who has been missing since Sunday.
Eagles reportedly add UVA offensive coordinator Bill Lazor to Chip Kelly’s staff.
Delaware County officials announced charges against a Virginia man who allegedly lured a young teenage girl out of the state.
The Rockingham County sheriff says 31-year-old Colin Small of Phoenixville, Pa., was charged Thursday with voter registration fraud after the voter registration forms were found in a Harrisonburg trash bin.
Penn State QB Matt McGloin is keeping his team together during a tough season.
The biggest story at JR Motorsports wasn’t Danica Patrick this weekend. Well, not directly.
Shortly before the green flag at Richmond International Raceway for the Nationwide series race, news broke that longtime competition director – and sometimes crew chief – Tony Eury Sr. had left the company.
How about reinforcing the classroom lessons with a fun filled, living history adventure that will captivate the entire family? Take a getaway drive to Colonial Williamsburg.
Filming is scheduled to get underway this summer on “The North Star,” a movie that tells the story of two slaves who flee a Virginia plantation.
One message out of Ohio is clear: the Republicans need to get their act together. Surveys show President Obama leading all Republican challengers in Ohio by margins of 12 to 19 points.
Police say an Army captain suspected in four killings was found dead in Bucks County.
“The first thing you should not do is evacuate a building,” says Dave Schrader, director of communications for the Red Cross. He says the best thing to do during an earthquake is to stay where you are and get under a sturdy desk or table.
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake centered northwest of Richmond, Va., shook much of Washington, D.C., and was felt as far north as Rhode Island Philadelphia and New York City.
More than a thousand Pennsylvania prisoners being housed in Michigan facilities due to overcrowding are now back in the state, although another thousand or so who are being housed in Virginia will stay there for the time being.