Prince William County News
The 42-year-old Lorton mom is one of the lucky ones. She beat ovarian cancer -- a disease often called "the silent killer."
A Fairfax County police officer is under arrest after being accused of sexually assaulting a woman with whom he had a relationship.
Longer commutes, fewer jobs and expensive housing are combining to have a dramatic impact on Northern Virginia, and many residents are having trouble making ends meet.
Northern Virginia Community College's Woodbridge Campus is closed Tuesday due to a bomb threat.
It was not something normally seen while in Interstate 66 traffic. After a crash, a man jumps out of his vehicle and started pouncing on vehicles in traffic.
A local elementary school principal has been arrested and charged with spending $8,000 on the school's credit card.
Police are investigating a fatal crash in Woodbridge, Va. in the area of Dale Blvd. and Forestdale Ave. Thursday night.
A large power outage this evening in Northern Virginia.
Soon, Fairfax County Police may be added to FAA's list of agencies currently or previously permitted to use the unmanned aerial vehicles.
Prince William County Police say a taxi driver was assaulted by a passenger he picked up on the Prince William Parkway and York Drive in Woodbridge 2:45 a.m. Monday.
Following an injury to a child, the Prince William County's fire department is warning parents about a common party favor.
A man was struck by a Richmond bound Amtrak train near Woobridge Sunday afternoon.
All entry fees for national parks are waived. But many national parks offer visitors more than just the beauty of nature. They also offer a history lesson.
A man who assaulted several officers and took police on a car chase after stealing a police cruiser Thursday is facing a long list of charges.
After the remains of two Virginia missing brothers were found eight months apart, police are investigating their deaths as homicides.
Road projects across Virginia could be in jeopardy because of an ongoing budget impasse.
A northern Virginia electrician was sentenced 12 years in prison Friday for producing an online propaganda video at the behest of a militant Pakistani group designated a terrorist organization by the U.S. government.
An electrician from northern Virginia who admitted producing an online propaganda video for a Pakistani terrorist organization has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
More than 80 high school teams from across the country, including some from Virginia, Maryland and D.C., will use robots to carry underwater buckets from one side of a pool to the other.