Loudoun County News
Ground has been broken on a major development in Loudoun County that could change the face of the Dulles area and boost the trend toward developers paying for roads.
The first phase of the Dulles Rail Project could go over budget by as much as $150 million.
Should it be "Merry Christmas," or "Happy Holidays"? A local government is weighing in with a reversal of the so-called "war on Christmas."
Diane Frederick Atari, of Ashburn, Va., has pleaded guilty to charges of making false statements to obtain credit, as well as grand larceny.
An explosion that leveled a home in Chantilly nearly a year ago is still under investigation, and authorities can't seem to agree on exactly what caused it.
Just over a year after the murder of a Fairfax County business owner, police are seeking the public's help in solving the crime.
It's a growing crime that many in our area can't see -- the sex trafficking of teenage girls and boys.
Raymond J. Taylor, 44, from Purceville was arrested Thursday on six counts of felony embezzlement.
Napa Valley, Loire Valley -- Loudoun County? Loudoun County tops a new list of the 10 best wine regions wine lovers have probably never heard of.
A man approached a 13-year-old girl in Loudoun County last month and asked her if she wanted company, and now police are asking for the public's help in finding him.
When will you actually be able to hop on a train to Tysons Corner?
The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office and the Leesburg Police Department are searching for two missing teenagers who are believed to be together.
The man charged with shooting at the Pentagon and a number of other military establishments last year was caught trying to damage his jail cell in order to escape.
The Loudoun County Sheriff's Department has released the name of a deputy who was struck by a vehicle, and the driver who hit the deputy is facing charges.
Court records show Yonathan Melaku plans to plead guilty on Sept. 2 to Virginia charges of two counts of grand larceny in Loudoun County.
Police and airport officials say there was nothing harmful about suspicious boxes on a cargo pallet that prompted an hours-long evacuation of several gates at Dulles International Airport.
In the latest attempt to sneak drugs across the U.S. border, an El Salvadoran man concealed 15 bags of the narcotic inside clams.
Former Virginia Congressman and current vice chairman of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Tom Davis says Fairfax and Loudoun counties will "look like idiots" if they walk away from the second phase of the Dulles Metrorail Project.
A suspect charged with spray painting the number "68" on more than 50 cars in Loudoun County has been indicted and plans to plead guilty, WTOP has learned.
Think about wine for a moment. French? Californian? How about Virginia wine?