Prince William County News
After the remains of two Virginia missing brothers were found eight months apart, police are investigating their deaths as homicides.
Road projects across Virginia could be in jeopardy because of an ongoing budget impasse.
A northern Virginia electrician was sentenced 12 years in prison Friday for producing an online propaganda video at the behest of a militant Pakistani group designated a terrorist organization by the U.S. government.
An electrician from northern Virginia who admitted producing an online propaganda video for a Pakistani terrorist organization has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
More than 80 high school teams from across the country, including some from Virginia, Maryland and D.C., will use robots to carry underwater buckets from one side of a pool to the other.
It's official. Prince William County's Board of Supervisors Chairman is running for lieutenant governor in 2013.
Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart is announcing his candidacy for lieutenant governor.
Despite a national trend to develop housing near shopping centers and major highways, development was a bad word in Prince William County for the last decade.
Republican Corey Stewart is making his widely reported intent to run for lieutenant governor next year official this week.
After three-decades of service, Col. Daniel J. Choike will wrap up his military career as commander of the Quantico Marine Corps. Base.
The East Coast rapist suspect has been indicted in Virginia on rape and abduction charges for attacks on three teenage girls on Halloween in 2009.
The Bel Air Mansion is the oldest house in Prince William County, and it's going on the auction block on April 18.
Hundreds of local military children gathered in a local park to kick of the Month of the Military Child.
This summer's commemoration of the 1862 battle will be smaller than last year's commemoration of First Bull Run.
A get-tough policy on drunken drivers at the Quantico Marine Corps base backfired, and a federal judge has tossed out five DWI cases against Marines after ruling that their constitutional rights were violated.
D.C. investment firm The Carlyle Group has formed a joint venture with Greystar Real Estate Partners LLC, a Charleston, S.C.-based apartment investor and management company, to build a high-end apartment development near Potomac Mills.
Additional police officers will be on patrol after threatening graffiti was discovered in a bathroom at Potomac High School.
The test run for an outside winter farmers market in Dale City was a big success. Both vendors and customers are pushing hard to bring the market back.
Students more interested in an originalist view of the Constitution than hitting a beer bong may want to check out this list.