Fairfax County News
A special committee recommends significant changes to Fairfax County Public Schools' "zero tolerance" discipline program.
After complaints that people were feeling sick and having difficulty breathing, environmental health engineers found mold in a few classrooms at Herndon High School.
A new report says counties and municipalities in Northern Virginia tend to be healthier than their counterparts in the southern part of the state.
Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity wants the county to consider selling the air rights above the new Silver Line and to use the proceeds to reduce tolls on the Dulles Toll Road.
Inova Health System has backed down from its plan to close children-care centers at three of its hospitals following protests from employees.
A bipartisan commission in Fairfax County offered 50 recommendations the county could enlist to shorten lines at the polls,
A local cybersecurity journalist says he was targeted by a swatting prank because of a blog post he wrote last year.
Fairfax County police say the "serial groper" may have struck for the 23rd time.
Marvel, circus producer Feld Entertainment to team up on live superhero arena show in 2014
A 26-year-old woman has been charged with driving under the influence in connection with a crash that injured two children and a Fairfax County police officer Monday night.
Despite improvements, thousands remain on the streets in Northern Virginia. WTOP takes an in-depth look into how some counties are addressing the issue.
A man was struck and killed by a truck on the Fairfax County Parkway Sunday night.
Man arrested in Herndon after he crashed, fled on foot following pursuit
Fairfax County saw a 26 percent increase in reported bike crashes last year, according to county records.
Two Virginia congressmen have introduced legislation to study extending Metrorail to Centreville, Woodbridge and Potomac Mills.
Fairfax County is considering updating its 911 emergency system to accept text messages sent to 911, with four major carriers already on board.
A bitter fight ensued as a historic transportation package passed through Virginia's legislature. Now, there are concerns about implementing the measure.
Metro to host open houses in Maryland, Virginia to discuss changes with new silver line
The death of a local man last year killed by a tree falling on his car in Great Falls is prompting some state action to prevent similar tragedies.
Fairfax County is considering whether to install cameras to catch vehicles that run red lights after a seven-year hiatus.