Fairfax County News
The Virginia Department of Taxation and Fairfax County police Wednesday issued warnings to residents about the unrelated financial schemes.
Residents who walk along the W&OD Trail near Reston Avenue are being warned to take precautions after a woman was assaulted there.
Local police investigators have received more than a dozen reports of an inheritance scam involving emails supposedly sent from the Fairfax County Police Department.
The use of cameras on school buses to catch people passing illegally is growing. Falls Church has become the first community in Virginia to approve them.
Defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp. said Wednesday that its fourth-quarter net income fell 3 percent, hurt by lower government spending.
Fairfax County wants to crack down on campaign signs that proliferate at intersections and along area roads.
Police say they arrested a man they say stole credit card information from unsuspecting victims by using a "skimmer" device on an ATM.
A construction project intended to reduce traffic congestion around George Mason University's Fairfax Campus has begun — and is likely to snarl traffic.
The state's population growth is outpacing the nation, with Northern Virginia, Hampton Roads and the Richmond area leading the way.
Officials in northwestern Montana have released the name of a Virginia man who drowned in the Flathead River near Hungry Horse.
A fire in a Fairfax home on Saturday night left one homeowner and a local firefighter in the hospital with injuries.
Police say a man's body was found along a walking path in Herndon.
Former Redskin Fred Smoot is facing a drunken driving charge in Washington.
United Airlines says two airplanes clipped wings at a gate at Dulles International Airport.
Sixteen historically significant places are being added to Virginia's Landmarks Register.
Fairfax County fire officials say a firefighter was injured while fighting a blaze at a townhouse in Burke.
Fairfax County is working on a formal gun give- back program to get unwanted weapons off the street.
The question of whether schools should have guns and/or armed officers is a subject of nationwide debate since 26 elementary students and staff were killed in a December shooting in Newton, Conn.
The Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce has tossed its support to Gov. Bob McDonnell's transportation funding plan, the largest organization in the Washington area so far to back the controversial proposal.
Fairfax County police say they've identified a man who died while jogging in Reston.