Fairfax County News
Civil liberties groups are criticizing Virginia police for scanning thousands of license plates and holding on to the data even if the information does not lead to an arrest or conviction.
A man was found dead in a creek in Herndon, Va., Friday morning.
Fairfax County first-grade teacher among 4 finalists for national award
In her State of the County address, Fairfax County Board Chair Sharon Bulova says education and funding public schools will be a major focus of the board's time in the coming year.
Fairfax, Va., officials say web-footed Eared Grebes are being found injured and wobbly throughout the county, most likely because of the recent cold snap.
Candidates are battling to the wire and rallying voters in Northern Virginia, but few residents have taken notice.
Virginia Railway Express train struck and killed a person near Burke, Va.
All lanes have reopened on the Fairfax County Parkway after a crash occurred Wednesday morning.
Fairfax County school officials are still weighing their options as they consider delaying start times for high school students.
A local teenager is leading a nationwide crusade against bullying with the help of a data scientist and web-based technology.
A Fairfax County Public Schools employee has been charged with two counts of embezzlement for allegedly stealing laptops, refurbishing them and selling the computers online, officials say.
Sex trafficking is a problem even in the suburban Washington area, and community members are fighting back.
A Honda Odyssey went up in flames early Friday in West Annandale.
With the big chill came an increase in calls to animal control departments around the D.C. area from people worried about animals being left out doors.
Jeff Waters and his wife could have sold their 200-acre property in Clifton to a developer to carve into McMansion lots. Instead, they're developing it themselves into the Fairfax County's first paintball field.
Deep freeze baby: Mom gives birth before dawn in SUV in northern Va.
Children on a Fairfax County Public School bus are safe and at school after their bus came in contact with a low-hanging wire.
State legislators from Fairfax County, Va., spent four hours listening to the public's top concerns when it comes to the upcoming General Assembly session.
Police: 12-year-old stabbed while walking with friends in Falls Church, attack appears random
Va. lawmaker revives legislation to replace ABC Board with business-oriented state authority
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