Fairfax County News
Someone is vandalizing vehicles in Fairfax County and police are looking to the public for help.
A black and white pit bull is dead and Fairfax County Animal Control Officers are looking for his owners.
Multifamily housing is a growing trend, says the George Mason Center for Regional Analysis. But in order for it to continue to be successful, there needs to enough to appeal to residents at all price points.
Two new retailers have joined the Merrifield neighborhood of Fairfax County, expanding on the rapidly growing area's existing retail offerings.
Fairfax County Public School's chief operating officer, who has the tough job of deciding when the schools system will be open or closed because of weather, is looking at the forecast closely as winter weather approaches Wednesday.
Three schools in Vienna, Va., were locked down for more than an hour Tuesday while police investigated a burglary off school property.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors voted to adopt changes to the Reston Master Plan that will allow additional development and density for parts of the community as Reston moves toward becoming a transit oriented development with the opening of Metro's Silver Line.
Blacksburg slaying victim identified as Virginia Tech student, 2 people charged in death
Vienna man pleads to tampering in girl's heroin death; admitted dumping her body outside home
A 19-year-old man is being charged in the death of 16-year-old Emmylee Lonczak of McLean.
Senior Reno-Gazette Journal editor Gustus new executive editor at Fort Collins Coloradoan
Reston will lose its only nursing home when it moves to Loudoun County.
Two students at a Fairfax County high school died this week and now the school system is working to help students cope with their grief.
George Washington's Mount Vernon estate hosting book talk for author Joseph Manca's work
A teen from D.C. was arrested Sunday night after he led police on a high-speed chase along Interstate 95 in a stolen minivan.
Mark Lowenthal, a former state department and CIA official and noted U.S. intelligence Community analyst, first competed on Jeopardy in 1988. He has been on the show twice since — winning the Tournament of Champions and pocketing a total of $154,901.
A driver and a passenger are dead after a crash that Fairfax County police believe involved alcohol and speeding in Merrifield, Va.
Sweet weekend in Fairfax as 'Chocolate Lovers Festival' begins
Fellow firefighter sets up fund to raise money to vet bills after a horrendous fire sends four to the hospital, as well as their owner.
Both the homeowner and contractor in the Yelp defamation suit are partially to blame, a jury decides.