Fairfax County News
Fairfax County police say they've identified a man who died while jogging in Reston.
Fairfax County Police are trying to identify a man found dead along a walking path in Reston Monday morning.
Inova Fairfax Hospital provided free flu shots Saturday to help slow the flu outbreak and is planning two more later this month.
The Fairfax County School Board will hold a series of meetings this week in order to obtain the community's input on its search for the next superintendent.
It's a fiscal sign of the times. One of the D.C. area's largest, wealthiest counties is feeling the financial squeeze again this year.
Fairfax County launched a new express bus service Saturday. The limited-stop route will take commuters from Burke to Tysons Corner along the new 495 Express Lanes.
Teenage girls across the world are sold into the underground world of sex trafficking every day. But one ring is close to home.
A disruption in emergency services during the June derecho could been avoided. That is the finding of the Federal Communications Commission after looking into the Verizon outage that left more than 1 million people without 911 services.
The Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a Fairfax County death row inmate's convictions and sentence.
Online educational provider K12's Chairman Nathaniel Davis is taking on the additional role of executive chairman.
George Washington's Mount Vernon estate in Virginia displays items from 1st inauguration
A former high-school swim coach has been convicted of misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a minor for having sexual contact with a 17-year- old back in 2001.
Nobel laureate James M. Buchanan Jr., whose theories explored the political world through the same hard lens applied to economics, has died in Blacksburg, Va.
Fairfax County already is looking ahead 40 years with plans for Tysons Corner, and those plans include what could be a tax hike of up to 10 percent.
A high-speed chase ended in a crash not far from Herndon High School Tuesday morning, police say.
Consulting and technology services provider ICF International Inc. says it has been awarded a $9.4 million contract to support the energy efficiency program of a major U.S. utility.
Officials in Fairfax County are pushing to house the FBI headquarters on a site in Springfield that currently houses large, federally owned storage warehouses well past their prime.
Officials are investigating an apparent pipe bomb that destroyed a mailbox at the Virginia home of the Treasury Department's inspector general, but a department official says there's no reason to suspect it was linked to the inspector general's work.
The director of the Reston Zoo has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty in connection with the drowning of an injured wallaby.
A federal judge has ruled that the Environmental Protection agency exceeded its authority by attempting to regulate stormwater runoff into a Fairfax County creek as a pollutant.