Fairfax County News
Fairfax debate before business elite carries 'oops' factor, can clarify campaign's direction
A 29-year-old Fairfax County man was robbed at gunpoint on Saturday, police say.
15-year-old charged with involuntary manslaughter in fatal Va. crash
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is planning to overhaul the toll collection system used along the 14-mile Dulles Toll Road including phasing in of more plaza lanes for E-ZPass users.
Two new bloodhound pups are preparing for the rigors of police duty in Fairfax County.
A veteran of the federal security clearance process for more than 40 years says critical opportunities were missed to have the security clearance of Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis pulled or suspended.
Fairfax County teacher workforce up nearly 9 percent over 5 years with more students enrolled
Police say an undercover investigation over the last several months has led to the arrest of two men believed to be connected to major drug cartels.
Fairfax County firefighters rescue man from burning home in Burke area
3 accused of stealing Botox, human growth hormone from 2 military hospitals
Man surrenders to face charges in shooting death of Mount Vernon teenager outside hotel
Fairfax County Police say they have a suspect in custody related to the murder of a 16-year-old.
After thousands of library books were found in the recycle bin in Fairfax County, officials are searching for solutions.
"Obviously, it's becoming a trend that we need to get ahead of," says Fairfax County Police Chief Ed Roessler.
Last week, the Fairfax County police announced that some old-fashioned foot patrols will start around Thanksgiving. And new chief Ed Roessler says they're also bringing back dashboard cams in patrol cars.
Nearly a dozen robberies in three Virginia jurisdictions since August have sparked a joint police investigation as authorities believe they may be linked.
At a forum of transportation experts on Thursday night, panelists called upon elected leaders to think about regional solutions to solve the congestion in the region.
For decades, Fairfax County police have worked in suburban communities with one officer in each patrol car -- but that's about to change.
Fairfax County plans to spend $350,000 to add more stop signs and speed bumps to force drivers to slow down in residential neighborhoods.
Virginia transportation officials are ready to cut the ribbon on a new interchange -- but technically, it's already open to drivers.