Fairfax County News
The Fairfax County police are looking for a man who robbed a bank in the Hybla Valley area on Monday.
Afghan national charged with explosives possession, says homemade bomb was for self defense
CVS Caremark Corp. has opened two more MinuteClinic locations, one in Glover Park and another in West End.
Getting divorced is difficult enough. Sharing too much information on social media can complicate matters, and even be used against you in the courtroom.
As the drums sound, dancers dressed in traditional costumes perform for the more than 200 person crowd craning to see along the Potomac River Saturday.
Some librarians in Fairfax County are tossing library books that barely have any wear and tear.
New York burger icon Shake Shack will open two more Washington locations, including its first outside the District.
Northern Virginia's serial "butt slasher" was sentenced to seven years in prison on Friday.
Andrew Choi of Springfield, Va., pleaded guilty to two counts of child pornography production. He faces 15 to 30 years in prison.
A Springfield, Va., man has been charged with voyeurism and assault on a police officer after police caught him at the Lincoln Memorial taking photos of women's private parts.
Fairfax County police are warning bike owners to be extra vigilant.
Police have released a composite sketch of a man they say knocked on a Virginia woman's door in an attempt to gain entry.
Fairfax County police say that Emylee Lonczak, 16, was found dead the morning of Aug. 23 in the 8200 block of Madrillon Estates Drive in the Vienna area.
24 members, associates of Va. gang affiliated with Bloods face federal trafficking charges
Pa. coroner IDs body as that of man who went missing on tubing trip in Delaware River
Search for man missing on Potomac River suspended, officials to reevaluate situation
New turf fields at a Reston high school were vandalized over the weekend with spray-painted obscenities.
Many kids getting back to class juggle the stress of high academic expectations along with extracurricular activities.
All students in the D.C. region are back in school as of Tuesday morning, but it is also the first day for Fairfax County's new superintendent, Karen Garza.