Fairfax County News
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.
Three people are being honored by the Civil War Trust for their efforts to preserve that war's battlefields.
A fight in Reston early Saturday morning may have turned deadly.
WTOP's Michelle Basch reports.
Telegraph Road was shut down for hours between Wilton Road and Sharon Chapel Road, south of the Capital Beltway.
A lawyer for a sex offender asked the Virginia Supreme Court to reverse his client's conviction, arguing that evidence in the case was inadmissible because police illegally used an electronic tracking device to monitor the man's movements without first obtaining a search warrant.
The 7-girl-old girl critically hurt in a car accident in Fairfax City Tuesday night has died.
One of northern Virginia's largest employers is leaving, as Irving, Texas-based Exxon Mobil Corp. announced Wednesday it is transferring all 2,100 employees at its northern Fairfax campus to Houston.
The man charged with driving under the influence before hitting and killing an 8-year-old boy and severely injuring his mother was found guilty on all counts by a Virginia Circuit Court judge Wednesday.
The goal is to make Tysons Corner a liveable, walkable community. But it looks like Fairfax County is planning on helping some pretty well-off people move there.
Actor Joe Mantegna is helping raise money needed to build a national museum for the U.S. Army.
Construction on the first phase of the Dulles Rail Project could be disruptive to commuters Tuesday and Wednesday.
Concern is growing at a popular Virginia park after a second incident where farm animals were injured.
A house caught on fire after lightning struck the roof on Friday in Fairfax County.