Prince William County News
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.
Fairfax County police say the woman is believed to have been involved in at least four robberies in Fairfax County, Prince William County and the city of Manassas Park.
Officials say 49-year-old Albert Michael Harryman has been charged with rape, aggravated sexual battery and taking indecent liberties with a child.
Sen. Charles J. Colgan took his Senate oath for his 10th term Wednesday, making the 85-year-old Democrat the longest-serving state senator in Virginia history.
Prince William County police are identifying three officers involved in the fatal shooting of an armed burglary suspect last month.
A 54-year-old D.C. man has been arrested and charged with attempting to kill a police officer after a car chase and fiery crash in Prince William County.
Retailer JC Penney will hold a three-day career fair beginning Thursday Jan. 5 at Potomac Mills Mall.
A Woodbridge man has been arrested for allegedly cutting the brake line on a vehicle belonging to a woman he knows.
A new battle cry is ringing out across the county this New Year's Day -- go take a hike.
The pretrial confinement facility is being permanently closed Saturday as part of the cost-cutting measures recommended by the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure Commission.
Following an unprecedented year of disaster both nationally and in the D.C. area, the American Red Cross is itself looking for relief through increased financial help.
Virginia motorists are being ticketed and convicted of a violation that is not a crime under state law: driving without proof of insurance.
Call it a playground for Bambi and G-Men, where imaginary criminals are hunted and deer are the spectators.
Donna Donahue marks the days since her son's disappearance on the calendar in her kitchen.