Fairfax County News
A mountaintop attraction in southwest Virginia is now an official stop on the Crooked Road heritage music trail.
Meghan Mogensen of Silver Spring was charged with animal cruelty and possession of a controllled substance after alleged improper treatment of a sick wallaby.
A gas pump and car caught on fire at a Fairfax County gas station on Saturday.
A defense lawyer has been convicted of making up evidence and promoting perjury in defending an alleged drug dealer.
Six localities have been added to Virginia's emerald ash borer quarantine.
Drivers are once again being warned this weekend to avoid the Capital Beltway's Outer Loop near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge leading from Virginia into Maryland because of construction work.
Investigators hope facial models made from the skeletal remains of three men found in Northern Virginia will reignite the investigations into these cold cases.
Police in the Mason District of Annandale in Fairfax County say a body has been found in a park.
A 68-year-old Falls Church man has been located.
Fairfax City police have identified a man who was critically injured in a hit-and-run and are searching for his family.
Tysons Corner developers and landowners are proposing the creation of a second Tysons area tax that would contribute half of the $507 million needed for road improvements considered crucial to the growing area.
A girl at Rocky Run Middle School in Chantilly, Va. was hit by what's believed to be a BB gun pellet, Fairfax County Police say.
The group of nine people experienced the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning from a malfunctioning stove in their Oakton apartment.
A man who coached high school football in Fairfax County has been charged with conspiracy to distribute steroids.
Abir Ali, 20, of Prince George's County was arrested in that case. He is being held in the Prince George's County jail.
Metallica has recorded a public service video as part of a law enforcement publicity blitz to try to catch a man wanted in the death of a Virginia Tech student who disappeared after leaving one of the heavy metal band's concerts.
Military leaders are breaking ground at Fort Belvoir on an $11 million center to provide treatment for traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress.
A prank at Herndon High School could mean some seniors will be banned from Thursday's graduation ceremonies.
Starting on Friday, June 15, Fairfax County Police will step up traffic enforcement in a new program called HEAT, short for "Help Eliminate Aggressive Traffic."
It's the third time in the last 15 years the issue has been brought to the table.