Fairfax County News
A sixth fondling incident was reported in the Springfield, Va. area, police say.
Fairfax County needs $3 billion over the next 10 years to build and maintain local roads because of cutbacks in state and federal funding.
The Glenn family has confirmed in a statement that the body found during the earlier search is their son, Bryan.
There's a month to go before the general election, but something's been missing from campaigns this year: all those candidate signs along highway medians.
Fairfax County police have arrested Manuel F. Garces, 30, in connection with the death of Mark Earl Ives.
The Fairfax County school system is applying for a federal grant worth up to $40 million to help overhaul the schools that serve its poorest students.
On a local college campus, drug arrests have increased tenfold over the past three years.
The website that allows Fairfax County residents to pay their annual car tax has crashed on the day the taxes are due.
Tysons Corner has seen its share of growth in 70 years, but the area's name has stuck around - until possibly now.
A search is under way in Fairfax County for a senior at W.T. Woodson High School who has been missing since early Monday.
A fifth victim says she was fondled by a man in the Springfield area and police are urging any other victims to come forward as they release a sketch of the suspect.
Deer in the mood for love are greatly increasing the danger for drivers.
Fairfax County Fire and Rescue personnel are sporting magenta-pink T-shirts this week in an effort to raise breast cancer awareness.
Fairfax County police are on the lookout for a suspect possibly responsible for three separate attacks on young women in the Springfield area.
Sharon Bulova, chairwoman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
Election officials want D.C., Maryland and Virginia area voters to double check that they are registered to vote this week so their vote will count come Election Day.
A Fairfax County judge found the director of the Reston Zoo guilty of animal cruelty for inhumanely euthanizing a wallaby in January. She will serve 30 days in jail and pay $1,250 in fines.
A thief dubbed the "office creeper" has struck at least seven times since June, stealing purses and wallets from cancer and rehabilitation patients and office workers in Fairfax County.