Prince William County News
Prince William County police charged Maleighia Grace Shockey after two girls, ages 1 and 3, were found walking alone in the Montclair neighborhood where the daycare is located.
It's the hottest ticket in town this weekend, and it's for an event that's 30 minutes outside the Capital Beltway.
An autopsy is scheduled Moday on a man who died after Prince William County Police used a TASER to subdue him.
Drivers can now use all lanes of northbound I-95 through Prince William County. The highway had been closed after a tractor trailer crash.
Virginia holds an off-year, off-schedule primary in two weeks. But is anyone paying attention?
A man being treated by paramedics is dead after police used a Taser on him, prompting an investigation.
Manassas police have charged a woman with taping an infant's mouth shut to stop the girl from crying.
A Manassas woman is being held without bail after police say she assaulted family members who confronted her about taping a baby's mouth shut.
Prince William County is suing the Department of Homeland Security for the second time over the release of records on illegal immigrants.
The Washington Nationals have complained about the inferior quality of the outfield where the team's Class A franchise plays. Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Cory Stewart calls the Nationals complaints "baloney," but the county will spend $400,000 on a makeover.
A new road project is set to widen the road leading to Quantico Marine Corps Base, making it easier to get to and from major roads in the area.
Prince William County Police are investigating a missing hard drive that contains the personal information of elementary school students.
A 22-year-old Woodbridge man was arrested for sexually abusing a 5-year-old child on Thursday, authorities say.
Thousands of Civil War re-enactors braved scorching heat on Saturday to mark the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Bull Run.
It was Manassas where the greatest army ever assembled in North America first gave battle 150 years ago.
The North thought it would deliver a crushing blow to the Rebel Army on its way to capturing the Confederate capital in Richmond. The South thought a decisive battle would prove to the North that the Union could not be kept together by force.
The D.C. region is getting a good dose of Civil War history this week on both sides of the Potomac River, beginning with Monday's reopening of the African American Civil War Museum in D.C.
A death row inmate's future still hangs in the balance, even after his death sentence was overturned.
Prince William County next month will join the ranks of local jurisdictions that charge for ambulance fees.
It was July, 1861. Thousands of troops, blue and gray, converged on a railroad junction in Manassas for what became the first major battle of the Civil War.