WTOP News Team
Though affluent, the school system faces a $38 million shortfall next year.
Every year Pastor Amos Dodge has been sharing his Easter message of hope during his annual interdenominational sunrise service. Dodge is pastor of Capital Church in Vienna.
They rode bicycles to raise money for wounded warriors.
Commuters have suffered through construction related delays for long enough. The Interstate 95 and 395 lanes are scheduled to open on time.
A new report reveals hundreds of thousands of Syria refugees are being left without humanitarian help.
"Between 11 and 4 o'clock in the morning, that is when 90 percent of sexting is taking place, because parents are sleeping," Fairfax County Public Schools Safety & Wellness Coordinator Clarence Jones said.
The Cherry Blossom 10 Mile Run and 5K is underway Sunday morning and with this event come road closures.
A road widening project in Prince William County could impact evening drivers.
The increasing deer population and the trouble it brings is the topic of discussion at a public meeting Monday evening in Prince William County.
Most of us couldn't stand the thought of more snow last Tuesday, especially given the 2014 winter the Washington area experienced and the fact that according to the calendar spring had sprung.
Arena Stage hosted its third job fair Friday.
Ted Leonsis will receive the TAPS Engaged Philanthropist Award.
Community comes together for Spotsylvania woman shot in head.
Residents aired their concerns about a proposed cellphone tower at a meeting Wednesday night at Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church.
Parents want answers after a new allegation of child abuse at the military's largest child-care center.
Police say a sexting case in Prince William County is an example of a growing problem and that parents need to take a greater role in monitoring their children's online and mobile activity.
Across the state, the need for psychiatric beds is growing, and now a private mental health hospital which would provide 75 psychiatric beds has been proposed for Woodbridge.
Virginia lawmakers are deadlocked over whether to expand Medicaid and cover an additional 400,000 Virginians. If the stalemate lasts through June, it could trigger an unprecedented shutdown of state government.
Changes are coming to how drivers enter the gates at Fort Belvoir as the base phases in a new ID scanner system.
As people were returning home from work Friday evening, police were handing out flyers on the unsolved murder of a young mother working at the Platanillos Grocery and Jewelry Store in one Woodbridge neighborhood.
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