Fairfax County News
Ritalin and Adderall are the two most commonly abused stimulants on high school and college campuses. And with final exams approaching, officials in Fairfax are warning of the growing problem.
Police: Nude Virginia couple arrested on South Carolina beach
Last year turned out to be the worst year in more than a decade for West Nile virus, and as the summer approaches people are being warned to protect themselves.
Some students in Fairfax County will have to plan on going to a different school, starting in 2014.
A Fairfax County high school junior is preparing to enroll at the University of Southern California at age 16.
Fairfax County police are looking for suspects involved in an assault and robbery Wednesday evening at an Alexandria McDonald's.
A medical emergency has sent Fairfax County Schools Superintendent Jack Dale to the hospital.
A giant 8-by-10 sinkhole is blocking traffic in Reston, Va., at Lawyers Road and Steeplechase Drive.
Three Fairfax County police officer have been cleared of any criminal wrongdoing in the April 9 shooting that left one man in the hospital.
The competition for the location of the new FBI headquarters has been fierce and now a decision by Virginia's governor has surprised some of the communities competing for the site.
Police activity had closed portions of Telegraph Road near South Van Dorn in Fairfax County, Monday morning.
Police investigating 10 residential burglaries in McLean that happened on same day
Sex trafficking is a crime that happens under the radar, but it's happening in our own backyard, says Virginia Del. Tim Hugo, R-Fairfax.
If you have ever wanted to find out if the food you are about to eat has something you are allergic to in it, two Vienna, Va., eighth graders may have a solution for you.
A former Navy undersecretary and and a special assistant to President Ronald Reagan is awaiting his Fairfax County trial on child pornography charges.
Two domestic workers have been removed from a diplomatic mansion in McLean after accusations surfaced they were being held like slaves.
A Fairfax church official has been charged in connection with a case of road rage that turned deadly and became the first homicide in the City of Fairfax since 2008.
An Iraq War veteran and Army reservist who drives a taxi says a passenger punched him and fractured his jaw after accusing him of being a terrorist because he is Muslim.
Fairfax County to see minimal number of cicadas; region borders brood that emerges this month
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