Fairfax County News
A Virginia jury recommended 22 years in prison for Michael Gardner, the husband of former Falls Church mayor and city councilwoman Robin Gardner.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has adopted a $6.7 billion budget that increases spending on schools and compensation for county employees.
Mitt Romney, the Republicans' likely presidential nominee, will be in northern Virginia to campaign and raise funds.
Soon, Fairfax County Police may be added to FAA's list of agencies currently or previously permitted to use the unmanned aerial vehicles.
Michael Gardner, the husband of former Falls Church mayor and city councilwoman Robin Gardner, took the stand Monday in his own defense.
Integrity Management Consulting Inc. of McLean, Agilex Technologies Inc. of Chantilly and Evoke Research and Consulting LLC of Arlington ranked No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, in the Fantastic 50, an annual ranking of the 50 fastest growing companies in the state.
Fairfax Police say they are looking for whoever is responsible for slashing three horses in Herndon.
A nonprofit in Herndon is in disbelief after they found three of their therapy horses had been attacked and required veterinary attention.
One of northern Virginia's busiest intersections will close this weekend as part of a long-running construction project.
The space shuttle Enterprise is scheduled to depart Dulles International Airport Friday morning and make its trip to a new home in New York City.
Distracted drivers are not only common on D.C. area roads, they're common in construction zones along D.C. area roads.
Lawyers for the government and the file-sharing site Megaupload.com will meet with a federal magistrate to seek a solution on what to do with of millions of data files that went dark when the Megaupload site was shut down as part of an online piracy case.
Pursuing a portfolio of renewable power sources such as solar, biomass and wind power to satisfy Virginia's energy appetite through 2035 would create tens of thousands more jobs than relying on either coal or natural gas, a George Mason University study concludes.
Seven Corners is about to boast more than great coats.
Defense contractor General Dynamics Corp. said Tuesday that it has received a contract worth up to $363 million over a decade from the Federal Aviation Administration for air traffic control radios.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, are topping the guest list at a special black-tie fundraiser being held at a northern Virginia playground.
Fairfax County is suspending work on the last phase of a $43 million contract to overhaul its computer system.
A man who assaulted several officers and took police on a car chase after stealing a police cruiser Thursday is facing a long list of charges.
After the remains of two Virginia missing brothers were found eight months apart, police are investigating their deaths as homicides.
The Diocese of Arlington says the priest, Rev. Terry Specht, denies the allegation. Specht has been pastor at Holy Spirit Church in Annandale since 2007. He also served as chaplain and assistant principal at Paul VI Catholic High School from 2000 to 2004. He was director of the child-protection office from 2004 through 2011.