Fairfax County News
For the 26th year in a row, Santa and his elves will leave Rudolph in the North Pole and spread cheer to local children on motorcycles.
A Spotsylvania man faces multiple charges including driving under the influence of drugs after driving into the Fairfax City police headquarters Thursday.
Fairfax County police say skimmers, designed to steal bank account numbers, were attached to ATM machines near Inova Fairfax Hospital and Inova Fair Oaks Hospital.
Longtime Fairfax County Circuit Court Clerk John Frey says he's dropping out of the 2013 race for Virginia attorney general.
The parking lot at the Dulles Greene Apartment Complex was full of cars with flat and spare tires Monday afternoon after a weekend slashing spree.
A Fairfax County supervisor wants to know whether county employees who smoke can be forced to take classes to help them quit.
Two women have died after their car veered off of Interstate 66 in Fairfax County and struck a tree.
Fairfax County fire officials are crediting a neighbor with saving a Burke family whose home was destroyed by fire.
Every community has its holiday traditions. For some residents in Reston, Va., the Thanksgiving holiday starts with an early morning bike ride.
D.C. area families eating in shifts, have added late night turkey dinners and supplement the standard turkey and trimmings with tradition food from other countries. Despite the updates, Thanksgiving dinner is still an American tradition.
Franconia police are investigating what could be the 11th groping incident in the area.
Dulles International is one of five major airports with designated smoking areas. A study released Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found air pollution is five times higher in airports with inside smoking areas compared to those that are smoke- free.
All Fairfax County public schools will close two hours early Wednesday so school buses can avoid the heavy Thanksgiving traffic.
Falls Church has agreed to sell its water utility to a Fairfax County-controlled water authority for $40 million.
Fairfax County is setting up a special bipartisan Election Commission to look into what caused the long lines, whether people actually gave up and went home and whether poll workers were trained properly.
An attack on a woman in Springfield Monday night may be the work of a serial groper in Fairfax County.
It took Fairfax Animal Control officers four days, a net, towels and the help of passersby to rescue an elderly owl that could not see well.
Falls Church volunteer firefighters are donating an ambulance to a Long Island community hit hard by Superstorm Sandy.
The head of a northern Virginia private school says the school is "deeply disturbed" by the news that a former longtime teacher has been charged with sexual assaults involving four of his students from the 1960s.
It's the 50th anniversary of the opening of Washington Dulles International Airport.