Fairfax County News
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
A 41-year-old Springfield woman is dead of an apparent gunshot wound, and Fairfax County police are investigating her death as suspicious.
The City of Falls Church Police Department needs your help in solving an armed robbery that happened on the morning after a big New Year's Eve bash.
A man is seriously injured after he fell of the roof of a Fairfax County building Tuesday morning.
Experts say Fairfax County may face housing shortage amid boom in jobs over next 20 years
The D.C. area beer scene expansion continues: Fair Winds Brewing Co. plans to open a 30-barrel packaging brewery in Fairfax County next year.
Fairfax County school board proposes $866 million for new schools to ease overcrowding
Dulles Toll Road rates set to increase 75 cents on Jan. 1
Some might say it's a good problem to have: Over the next two decades, about 134,000 jobs will be added in Fairfax County alone. But where will everyone live?
Sometimes, crime does pay -- but in this case, it's not the criminals.
Fairfax County Public Schools, faced with a critical shortage of space, has turned to commercial real estate for relief.
Fairfax Delegate Tom Rust has narrowly won a recount to serve another two-year term in the Virginia House of Delegates.
WTOP's Ari Ashe reports.
A former reality TV star -- best known for showing up uninvited to a 2009 White House state dinner with his then-wife -- announced he will run for Congress.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg suggests president's party shouldn't factor in retirement decision
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