Fairfax County News
The head of Fairfax County's governing board says she will vote to strike down a controversial zoning change that could limit the number of people who can visit a home and the frequency of gatherings.
Fairfax County Police have released recordings from the 911 calls made during a frightening night last weekend at a Tysons Corner movie theater.
A second patient with the measles may have exposed people in Virginia, Maryland and the District between May 11 and 15.
2 men accused of conspiring to hack Navy computers in Tulsa enter guilty pleas
Way down at the bottom of the long list of events for the World Police and Fire Games — an athletic competition among first responders coming to Fairfax County next summer — is an event called "wrist wrestling."
Parents have ways to fight back against the problem of inappropriate pictures and texting.
The exploding soda bottles in a busy movie theater complex point to coordination, according to officials in Fairfax County, who have submitted the bottles for analysis.
During a showing of 'Godzilla,' Rick Dunbar heard loud popping noises.
The ladies missed the Girls on the Run race, so they came up with Plan B.
It's good for children to drop the computers and embrace nature, officials say.
It's called a mesovortex -- a weather phenomenon with a circular pattern that packs a punch but isn't quite as strong as a tornado. And on Friday morning, it may have hit the region.
Va. man, 20, gets nearly 7 years for hiding friend's heroin death; dragged body into woods
They are some of the smartest kids in the world and they hail from the D.C. area.
What should the Reston of the future look like? That’s the question as Fairfax County planners are beginning Phase II of the Reston Master Plan Special Study — about two years behind schedule.
Animal rights groups, including Humane Society, agree to nearly $16M settlement with Ringling
It began when sheriff's deputies were serving an eviction notice on Kenney Drive.
Fairfax County Public School are considering disciplinary policy changes that would shorten suspension times for most serious offenses.
After hours-long waits during the 2012 presidential election, the Fairfax County Electoral Board said Tuesday it has moved to follow all 57 recommendations from a bipartisan commission to keep the long lines from happening again.
plan to attend the opening night party for the 23rd annual Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival this Friday.
Starting next week, parents can let the school board know what they think about a plan to move back high school start times.
Hi: 75 °F | Lo: 56 °F