Prince William County News
George Mason University will break ground on two major projects to serve its growing Prince William County campus.
Prince William County police have identified the remains that were found in Woodbridge in May.
All 150 residents of Holly Acres Mobile Home Park in Woodbridge were washed out during last week's flood. Since losing all of their possessions, they have either been staying with friends or at the Dale City Recreation Center.
A Woodbridge man has pleaded guilty in a crash that killed a deputy director of a defense intelligence agency in February.
Three family members of a 75-year-old man who was strangled to death earlier this month have been arrested in connection with the incident.
Twenty two residents of Prince William County died 10 years ago on Sept. 11.
Unstoppable flooding took everything from residents at a mobile home park in Woodbridge on Thursday. Now, they're trying to figure out what's next.
A steel I-beam from the World Trade Center is part of a new Sept. 11 exhibit at the National Museum of the Marine Corps.
A Manassas Park police officer and the man he may have shot are both in the hospital Sunday after an incident overnight in the city.
In a few weekends, area residents will be seeing plenty of pink in D.C., as a giant pink mob hits the streets on September 23-25 for the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure.
An all night vigil was held for a Northern Virginia teen killed in a North Carolina car crash caused by Hurricane Irene.
Austin Trenum's bed remains half-made, the way a typical teenager would leave it. On a shelf is his scarred black helmet, the one he was wearing when he tackled the quarterback near the sidelines during Brentsville High's game against Handley some 11 months ago. Austin's mouthpiece remains tucked neatly in the face mask, ready to be taken out for the next play.
Hurricane Irene has claimed the life of a Manassas Park teen who was killed Saturday in North Carolina.
A King William County man killed when a tree fell on him is the fourth confirmed fatality related to Hurricane Irene in Virginia.
Kristi King, WTOP
Even though the walls aren't up yet on a new local museum, about 7,000 people got a sneak peek of what it's all about this weekend.
Ticks are most well-known for spreading lyme disease, but there are other tick-borne diseases to worry about in the D.C. area.
A wide swath of the city was without power Monday for about 35 minutes after a squirrel walked across equipment at the Battery Heights substation.
If you didn't make it to the 150th anniversary Civil War ceremonies in Manassas, here's a second chance to get a taste of living history.
A Virginia woman has pleaded guilty in relation to a fake kidnapping scheme set in Guatemala and aimed at extorting thousands of dollars from her family.