Loudoun County News
One of the first displays to go up on the lawn of the Loudoun County Courthouse this year was a skeleton dressed as Santa Claus hanging from a crucifix.
Authorities are investigating the death of a 39-year-old man who was found inside his Leesburg home with a gunshot wound.
Two zebras from a Leesburg zoo escaped their enclosure and briefly wandered through a residential neighborhood before being captured.
The body of a missing boater has been recovered in a Loudoun County reservoir.
Max Smith, WTOP news
Loudoun County officials have determined that a fire that displaced more than two dozen residents of Sterling apartment building was accidental.
The speed limit will be raised from 35 to 40 mph on the parkway between Kincaid Boulevard and Route 7.
A Loudoun County school official says a middle school teacher charged with being drunk in public has resigned.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority predicted that by 2019 tolls would increase to as much as $21.50 round-trip.
Three area airports are among the best and worst for flight delays in the United States.
Michael Chapman ousted incumbent Loudoun County Sheriff Steve Simpson. Two incumbent supervisors lost their seats.
Polls in Virginia close at 7 p.m. Voters will choose state House and Senate representatives, as well as county leaders and school board members. Voters also will decide whether to spend millions on new schools and school renovations.
An eyewitness tells WTOP a naked man was wandering around Dulles International Airport Monday morning.
A Loudoun County Republican Committee Halloween-themed graphic featuring a zombie President Barack Obama with a bullet hole in his forehead has provoked condemnations left and right.
A Virginia man accused of acting as a Syrian spy is a flight risk and should remain in jail while he awaits trial, a federal judge ruled Friday.
A thousand re-enactors are gathering in Leesburg to recreate a Civil War battle nobody planned.
Metro's Silver Line continues to rise over Tysons Corner and will be completed sometime in 2013, but the second phase of that extension to Dulles Airport still remains in doubt.
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.