Fairfax County News
Three Fairfax County natives are stars to the toddler set.
A 16-year-old boy was taken to a hospital Monday after driving a sport utility vehicle into a house in Oakton, Va.
There's concern about the danger of biological weapons. There's technology to sniff it out -- people on guard for proliferation. But wildlife may also provide an early warning system.
There will be three more debates between U.S. Senate candidates George Allen and Tim Kaine before the Nov. 6 election.
Herndon police say that body of a man found near the scene of a hit-and-run that killed a mother of three has been identified as the woman's husband.
A young eagle is free after being rescued from Bolling Air Force base in May.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has approved plans for a streetcar line along Columbia Pike, a week after Arlington County took the same action.
America meets Russia on a Fairfax County baseball field this week. Players are learning more than just how to shag a fly.
They come in mild, medium, hot and suicide - and they were voted No. 1 in WTOP's Top 10 wings competition.
Two bald eagles that have been nursed back to health by the Wildlife Center of Virginia are returning to the wild.
The threat of layoffs is causing some employees of large defense contractors to move on to what they perceive to be more stable industries, said John Jumper, CEO of McLean- based SAIC Inc., in an interview with Washington Business Journal about the impact of pending federal budget cuts.
A head-on car crash in East Hampton has claimed the life of a Virginia man.
Two people are dead after a shooting Wednesday night in Oakton.
A Chantilly woman has been charged in the death of an 11-month-old baby for whom she was caring.
An advocacy group has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education alleging that black and Latino students and students with disabilities are being shut out of a prestigious Fairfax County high school.
Some local drivers say they may be changing their driving patterns after a terrible accident earlier this week when a motorist was killed after a tree fell on his car on Georgetown Pike.
A female Best Buy customer says an employee who promised to transfer her contacts and photos to a newly purchased iPhone burned a CD of her racy photos, and invited her to his home to retrieve them.
A 19-year-old from Fairfax County who was found unconscious after being hit by power lines in the derecho has died.
WTOP's John Aaron reports.
Many are wondering why the tree that killed a man on Tuesday when it fell on Georgetown Pike was still standing. An arborist with VDOT says there is no way to know if a tree is rotten on the inside.