Fairfax County News
One of America's oldest highways and a primary commuter route in Northern Virginia could get a major face-lift.
10 years for Va. man caught in pipe bomb sting; also sold homemade flamethrowers, grenades
A volunteer for "Celebrate Fairfax" has been arrested and charged with embezzlement.
When they're not responding to emergency calls, some Fairfax County firefighters are spending their weekends going door to door for safety's sake.
Fairfax County school officials have voted to change the district's discipline system, allowing for lighter punishments for certain infractions.
If a student gets in trouble at school, when should parents be informed?
If you are in the market for a gun, the National Gun Show in Chantilly, Va., may be just the ticket.
A woman was robbed in the Old Centreville Crossing Shopping center Thursday after getting into her car.
Sometimes love isn't in the air. It's on the ground, just a few steps from the gate.
First lady Michelle Obama campaigns for McAuliffe in Virginia governor's race
Section of I-66 in Fairfax County being used in research project
Loudoun County will be spraying for ticks in several county-owned parks over the next week as part of its effort to prevent Lyme disease.
A Virginia man will climb the highest mountain in North America to raise money to help the fight against human trafficking.
The Fairfax County Government Center is closed for the rest of Wednesday.
The plan reworks the Fairfax Connector bus network to serve Metro's new Silver Line when it opens later this year.
Washington Real Estate Investment Trust is planning a major overhaul of 7900 Westpark Drive in Tysons Corner as it braces for the potential loss of Sunrise Senior Living Inc. as the building's anchor tenant.
A sorter at a Springfield UPS facility is charged with stealing Apple electronics from the facility and then selling them at bargain prices.
A small crane tipped over and collapsed onto the roof of a Fairfax County elementary school, causing minor structural damage.
Cyclists learning of the accident that left a 65-year-old man injured and a McLean woman charged with drunken driving are still trying to figure out how anyone could have driven for miles along the Washington and Old Dominion Trail.
Fairfax County school officials on Tuesday plan to discuss a proposal that would start the school day later.