Fairfax County News
Fairfax County police are urging to car owners to lock their vehicles and not to leave their running unattended on this cold winter mornings. Thieves aren't deterred by the cold.
Terence S. Dougherty made himself known to officials in Georgia. The Fairfax County Police Department was informed Dec. 8.
All that is needed for Fairfax City to be the first city in Virginia to surgically sterilize deer is approval from the state.
Fairfax City will surgically sterilize deer in an effort to control the local deer population - the first locality in the state to try the method.
A bill passed in 2012 doesn't give secondary road projects in Northern Virginia any significant extra money until 2017.
Virginia State Police remain on the scene of a two-vehicle fatal crash that occurred in the northbound HOV lanes of Interstate 95, just south of Exit 170, in Fairfax County.
A team of Santa's helpers spread Christmas cheer to military veterans in Northern Virginia.
When flurries threaten the Washington area, everyone runs to the store. But do you really know what to buy for your emergency kits?
In one of the richest counties in the country, it might be surprising that some local college students are homeless and go without food.
A raccoon recently tested positive for canine distemper in Fairfax County.
The only parking garage set to open in conjunction with the Silver Line is at the Wiehle-Reston East station, and drivers can begin reserving spots now.
A 30-year-old Manassas, Va. man died Thursday morning after losing control of his car while drag racing on the Franconia-Springfield Parkway.
Fairfax County communities and Alexandria have something to celebrate. They've made a top 10 list for the best cities in Virginia.
All lanes of Va. 123/Chain Bridge Road are closed between International Drive and Tysons Boulevard because of a gas leak. Southbound traffic is diverted at Tysons Boulevard and northbound at International Drive.
A federal court battle over a napkin-sized Renoir is driving two northern Virginia siblings bitterly apart.
For some families, the holiday weekend got off on a roll with a community bike ride.
There are only two places to see a gallery of artwork depicting key events in the history of U.S. intelligence services: The headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency and an out-of-the way museum in Alabama.
Some former hostages see Iran nuclear deal as a positive step; most don't trust the mullahs
Food- and beverage-based retail continues to grow in Merrifield's Mosaic District as wine shop Swirl & Sip opened last week.
After two years roaming Franconia on his own, Biscuit is happy in his new home.