Fairfax County News
Falls Church has agreed to sell its water utility to a Fairfax County-controlled water authority for $40 million.
Fairfax County is setting up a special bipartisan Election Commission to look into what caused the long lines, whether people actually gave up and went home and whether poll workers were trained properly.
An attack on a woman in Springfield Monday night may be the work of a serial groper in Fairfax County.
It took Fairfax Animal Control officers four days, a net, towels and the help of passersby to rescue an elderly owl that could not see well.
Falls Church volunteer firefighters are donating an ambulance to a Long Island community hit hard by Superstorm Sandy.
The head of a northern Virginia private school says the school is "deeply disturbed" by the news that a former longtime teacher has been charged with sexual assaults involving four of his students from the 1960s.
It's the 50th anniversary of the opening of Washington Dulles International Airport.
Going to a spa for a Korean meal means trading in street clothes for a smock, swapping shoes for slippers, enduring a sponge bath and paying $35 before even ordering a meal.
Dulles Airport is marking a major milestone.
A Middlesex County supervisor will succeed Fairfax County Supervisor Catherine Hudgins as the new president of the Virginia Association of Counties.
Happy birthday, Ranger Rick!
Former gubernatorial candidate Brian Moran has stepped down as chair of the Democratic Party of Virginia.
A draft report presented to the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Wednesday recommends a series of changes in response to the June derecho that knocked out the 911 system in Northern Virginia.
A Fairfax County woman was reported missing on Nov. 13. Nicole Yvonne Willis was last seen by her family at the Fairfax Hospital around the end of August.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority's board approved higher tolls for 2013 and 2014.
A 64-year-old Fairfax County man missing for weeks was found dead in a creek bank Sunday.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports.
The number of international students attending Virginia colleges and universities has grown slightly in the span of a year, according to a study released Monday.
On Veterans Day, Americans across the county will honor and thank the men and women who served our country, and one Fairfax resident has a unique, and tasty, way to show appreciation.
On Election Day, 80 Virginia Task Force 1 members of the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department were warmly welcomed home by loved ones at VTF-1 headquarters in Chantilly, Va. Tuesday afternoon.