Fairfax County News
Virginia is set to play host to both presidential candidates on Thursday.
Alaska State Troopers have released the names of two Fairbanks-based troopers who fatally shot a Virginia man suspected of wounding a man at a cabin along the Parks Highway last week.
Fairfax County will be holding several meetings over the next few weeks to find out what residents think about the county's transportation needs, in an effort to fill a projected $3 billion deficit for transportation system upgrades over the next ten years.
A joint venture including MRP Realty plans to break ground by the end of the year on a $120 million office tower in McLean after a tenant in the project agreed to take an equity stake in part of the 300,000-square- foot building.
Fairfax County man says the chair he hung from a tree with the sign "Nobama" isn't a racist threat against the president.
Shopping for the perfect size has moved from the back fitting room to the center of the mall. A size-matching station called Me-Ality has been installed at Fair Oaks Mall.
Authorities say remains found on railroad tracks that delayed the ride home for Virginia commuters are not human.
More than $26,000 worth of car parts has been stolen from a Koon's Toyota dealership in Vienna, Va., officials say.
Leaders of two counties used to competing with each other are joining forces to push for an unusual traffic solution.
Told that her lover had died, the young woman drove for hours to the man's home in Virginia, traveling with her mother and sister to offer condolences.
Fairfax County is doing away with a zoning rule that limits electronic signs to two messages a day.
Several cars near a mosque were vandalized over the weekend, but police believe it was a random attack.
Police investigate graffiti and car vandalism at two Virginia mosques.
Inova Fair Oaks Hospital will break ground Friday on a $31 million medical office building that will house a radiation oncology cancer center, becoming the fourth hospital within the Inova system to provide radiation therapy.
Educational software provider K12 Inc. returned to a profit in its fiscal fourth-quarter as enrollment climbed during the year. Its results topped analysts' expectations.
A beaver jumped out of the water at the Hidden Pond Nature Center and onto the dock, police say.
Toll increases are planned for the Dulles Toll Road to help pay for Metro's Silver Line, and the last two public hearings on the issue are being held this week.
The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association has named Curtis Viebranz (VEE'-branz) as president and chief executive officer of George Washington's historic estate.
A dispute over a church sign in Fairfax County is leading to possible changes in local law.
Rockville-based MOM's Organic Market opens its ninth Washington-area store this week at the new Mosaic District in Merrifield.