Prince William County News
Eileen Williams was a veteran Prince William County EMT, and then one day, she became the heart attack patient in the back of a county ambulance rushing to a hospital.
Exhaust from a motor in a heating and air conditioning unit forced the evacuation Tuesday morning in Nokesville.
Police have identified the body of a man found Feb. 15 at a Manassas trash processing plant.
There appears to be growing support for a new road that would take traffic around the Manassas National Battlefield Park -- a major tourist attraction in the capital region.
More than 7,000 Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative customers in Prince William County and Manassas Park were without electricity for part of Friday morning.
Cedar Point Elementary school in Bristow has been evacuated because of a bomb threat.
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments will consider putting the Battlefield Bypass on the long term list of projects to alleviate local congestion and protect Manassas National Battlefield Park.
Prince William County Police have arrested a man they say fatally stabbed an acquaintance and charged him with first-degree murder.
A new exhibit at the National Museum of Marine Corps honors wounded warriors by showcasing their achievements -- not focusing on their disabilities.
A series of fights that broke out after a basketball game at Garfield High School eventually lead to a shooting. Now, police are looking for a suspect.
A bone marrow drive was held Saturday for a local 9-year-old boy who wants the chance to grow up and lead an ordinary life.
An illegal immigrant found guilty of murder for causing a crash while drunk driving that killed a Benedictine nun has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey A. Stewart announced he will be running for Lieutenant Governor, InsideNoVA reports.
Virginia's Department of Transportation is looking at options for the area between the Beltway in Fairfax County and Route 15 in Prince William County where almost two million people live.
Big changes are coming to a long neglected stretch of one of America's oldest highways.
A preliminary hearing for the man accused by prosecutors as the East Coast Rapist has been postponed after his lawyer requested a court-ordered mental evaluation of his client.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg
Delegate Bob Marshall doesn't want the federal government telling Virginians what kind of light bulbs to use.
A Prince William County angler has caught a 74-pound rockfish that could break a state record.
Mark Moorstein, a lawyer for property owner Hank Ridge, says he wants the county to either pay compensation for lost rent and other income, or allow the mobile home park to be rebuilt.