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Located on the banks of the Potomac River, the city was founded as a Tobacco inspection site back in the early 1700's. The city originally was located in Virginia, then ceded to the Federal government to create portion of the District of Columbia and then, 1846, ceded back to Virginia when the District was reduced to its current borders. It's proximity to Washington DC made it a focal point during the civil war.

Population: 128283
Local Newspapers: Washington Post
Local Sports Teams: Washington Redskins (NFL) Washington Nationals (MLB) Washington Capitals (NHL) Washington Wizards (NBA)
Local Colleges: Northern Virginia Community College

Zip Codes associated with alexandria, virginia: 22301 22302 22303 22304 22305 22306 22307 22308 22309 22310 22311 22312 22314 22315
Towns/Cities near alexandria, virginia : Belle Haven Huntington Rose Hill Franconia Seminary Hill Fairlington Groveton Hybla Valley Oxon Hill MD

Alexandria News
Worried about walking home alone, Virginia teenager creates safety app

Medha Gupta, a sophomore at Thomas Jefferson High School in Alexandria, Va., created a winning app that alerts selected people if the user fails to arrive at a destination in time. Medha Gupta sometimes felt uneasy making the 20-minute walk from the corner where the school bus dropped her off to her home in Herndon, Va.

Former DC Metro police officer gets 15 years in prison in terrorism case

A former police officer with the D.C. Metro system will spend 15 years in prison after getting caught in a terrorism sting operation, even as he continues to argue that he is not an Islamic State supporter but a misunderstood patriot. Nicholas Young, 38, was found guilty at trial last year, after failing to convince a jury in Alexandria, Virginia, federal court that he was lured by law enforcement into lying for and giving financial support to a supposed Islamic State recruit.

Mueller's Russia investigation: What to know

Special Counsel Robert Mueller was tasked with overseeing the federal government's probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion between the Kremlin and Trump associates. Mueller, 73, took over the federal government's probe into alleged collusion between President Trump's campaign and Russian officials in May 2017.

Officer convicted at terrorism trial faces decades in prison

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Renowned jazz artist sings with AF Band

Professional jazz vocalist Cyrille Aimee sings with the U.S. Air Force Band Airmen of Note during a 2018 Jazz Heritage Series concert at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center in Alexandria, Va., Feb. 8, 2018. Aimee kicked off the series, which features three guest jazz artists.

Grand Jury Returns New 32-Count Indictment Against Manafort, Gates

The superseding indictment came from a grand jury in Alexandria, Virginia, separate from the Washington, D.C., grand jury that indicted the two men in Washington, D.C., last year. Robert Mueller, the special counsel, brought new charges Thursday against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his deputy, Rick Gates.

Police use Taser after confrontation with man with swords

Fairfax County Police on Tuesday announced charges against 19-year-old Eric Perez of Alexandria. He is charged with counts including brandishing and disorderly conduct.

Health Care Alliance for Patient Safety (ASP) Debuts to Advocate for 'Patient Eye Health'

ALEXANDRIA, Va.-With support from the American Optometric Association and two leading contact lens companies, the Health Care Alliance for Patient Safety made its public debut Wednesday and will "work to fill the gap, advocating for solutions to advance patient eye health, vision care, and safety and to elevate the doctor-patient relationship," according to the new group's announcement. In addition to AOA, Johnson & Johnson Vision joined the new alliance as a Leadership and charter member, with CooperVision Inc. joining as an Associate and charter member.

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Private Corporation May be Sued for Role in Abu Ghraib Torture, Judge Rules

Friends, Now, more than ever, independent journalism has become the last firewall against government and corporate lies. Yet, with frightening regularity, independent media sources are losing funding, closing down or being blacked out by Google and Facebook.

Alexandria celebrates President's Day with annual parade

A Joint Armed Forces Color Guard participates in the annual George Washington Birthday Parade in Alexandria, Virginia, Monday. Held in the city's Old Town district, the parade is touted as the nation's largest and longest-running President's Day parade.

Federal Savings denies quid pro quo with Manafort

The CEO of The Federal Savings Bank, Steve Calk, is denying a news report that he was part of a quid pro quo arrangement with former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is looking into whether Manafort promised Calk a job in the White House in return for three separate home loans, worth a total of $16 million, NBC News reported Wednesday , citing two anonymous sources said to have direct knowledge of the matter.

White nationalism becomes 'hip' in 2017: Report

The number of hate groups in America rose slightly in 2017 with some of the biggest shifts coming in areas relating to white supremacy and racism . There are 954 hate groups in the U.S., an increase of 4 percent from the year before, according to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center , a nonprofit watchdog organization that tracks such groups.

Former White House Chief Floral Designer Laura Dowling appearing at Akron Home & Flower Show

Lots of purple popping up in arrangements, including wreaths, table settings and bouquets, for starters. Ditto for small fruits and vegetables worked into arrangements, adding fresh visual flavor.

Police: Drug Dealer Delivered Heroin to Va. Hospital

Police are still searching for a man named "Flip" who they say delivered heroin to a hospital patient who had already overdosed A man who overdosed on heroin and was revived with Narcan overdosed a second time from inside a hospital. Alexandria Police are determined to cut the supply of opioids and other drugs using a new approach.

Guidelines for fluoride intake -- Are they appropriate?

Alexandria, Va., USA - The appropriate use of fluoride has transformed oral health over the past 70 years, in part due to the guidelines created for fluoride intake. Recently, researchers are questioning these longstanding guidelines which served as advisory recommendations for decades.

Mueller's Russia investigation: What to know

Special Counsel Robert Mueller was tasked with overseeing the federal government's probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion between the Kremlin and Trump associates. Mueller, 73, took over the federal government's probe into alleged collusion between President Trump's campaign and Russian officials in May 2017.

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