Fairfax County News
Some might say it's a good problem to have: Over the next two decades, about 134,000 jobs will be added in Fairfax County alone. But where will everyone live?
Sometimes, crime does pay -- but in this case, it's not the criminals.
Fairfax County Public Schools, faced with a critical shortage of space, has turned to commercial real estate for relief.
Fairfax Delegate Tom Rust has narrowly won a recount to serve another two-year term in the Virginia House of Delegates.
WTOP's Ari Ashe reports.
A former reality TV star -- best known for showing up uninvited to a 2009 White House state dinner with his then-wife -- announced he will run for Congress.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg suggests president's party shouldn't factor in retirement decision
Fans of 40- and 60-watt incandescent light bulbs only have a few more days to stock up because they'll no longer be made after the end of the year.
9 arrested in protest at northern Va. immigration detention facility
In the year since the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School that left 28 dead, there have been noticeable changes at local schools to improve security.
From cold metal cages to warm homes, more than two dozen puppies have been rescued and placed in foster homes in our area.
Historic recount begins Monday in paper-thin race for Virginia attorney general
The Washington Redskins haven't given fans much to cheer about this season. But a local high school football team playing for the state championship this week could.
Hundreds of mobile app developers, designers, marketers and managers are striving to become the next big thing, during MoDevEast, which runs through Friday in Tysons Corner.
Fairfax County police are urging to car owners to lock their vehicles and not to leave their running unattended on this cold winter mornings. Thieves aren't deterred by the cold.
Terence S. Dougherty made himself known to officials in Georgia. The Fairfax County Police Department was informed Dec. 8.
All that is needed for Fairfax City to be the first city in Virginia to surgically sterilize deer is approval from the state.
Fairfax City will surgically sterilize deer in an effort to control the local deer population - the first locality in the state to try the method.
A bill passed in 2012 doesn't give secondary road projects in Northern Virginia any significant extra money until 2017.
Virginia State Police remain on the scene of a two-vehicle fatal crash that occurred in the northbound HOV lanes of Interstate 95, just south of Exit 170, in Fairfax County.
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