Loudoun County News
Dulles Airport and the Potomac River aren't going anywhere, so what can we do about the traffic funnel they create?
Several Northern Virginia business groups say the Dulles rail project is getting too expensive, and they're calling for urgent cost-cutting.
The man whose dog died in a hot car after he says deputies ignored his pleas to retrieve the animal was arrested on animal cruelty charges Tuesday, according to a news release.
The federal government will take a sharper look at the authority that controls Dulles International Airport, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and the Dulles Toll Road.
Former U.S. Postmaster General John (Jack) Potter is expected to be selected as the next head of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority during a board meeting Wednesday.
Authorities in Loudoun County say a man who fled from police in a stolen car later crossed into West Virginia and caused a three-car crash.
A 54-year-old Nigerian man was arrested Saturday after allegedly smuggling 97 heroin pellets into Dulles International Airport from Paris.
An 18-year-old who allegedly spray painted the number '68' on more than 50 vehicles in Loudoun County is under arrest.
Complaints about a Virginia cable company's service and decades-long contract have sparked a federal lawsuit and calls for an anti-trust investigation.
A dog owner claims the Loudoun County sheriff's deputies who arrested him for being drunk in public ignored his pleas to rescue his dog from his hot car.
Laura Ann Collins teaches at Creighton's Corner Elementary School, and was charged after a school employee reported to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office that Collins appeared to be under the influence.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is trying everyone involved in the huge Northern Virginia transportation project on the same page.
A woman was hit by a vehicle near the Loudoun Campus of Northern Virginia Community College Wednesday.
A crime spree has county officials scrambling for answers. Several dozen cars have been spray painted with the number 68 in black. Investigators are still trying to figure out what the number means.
Denmark's Prince Henrik will be in Northern Virginia next week to visit the new U.S. headquarters of a Danish company.
A safety inspection targeting commercial trucks on local highways Tuesday netted nearly 70 violations, police say.
They may show up at your front door trying to sell you an alarm system. If you aren't careful, your bank account could suffer.
A nice Sunday ride on a popular biking trail got a little scary for two local women and now police are warning people using the trail to travel in pairs.
It's a Civil War story that you may never have heard of before about a cavalry unit from Virginia.
There's a chance of rain every day this week. Lightning strikes and power outages can cause home security system false alarms, but they don't have to.