Fairfax County News
If you have ever wanted to find out if the food you are about to eat has something you are allergic to in it, two Vienna, Va., eighth graders may have a solution for you.
A former Navy undersecretary and and a special assistant to President Ronald Reagan is awaiting his Fairfax County trial on child pornography charges.
Two domestic workers have been removed from a diplomatic mansion in McLean after accusations surfaced they were being held like slaves.
A Fairfax church official has been charged in connection with a case of road rage that turned deadly and became the first homicide in the City of Fairfax since 2008.
An Iraq War veteran and Army reservist who drives a taxi says a passenger punched him and fractured his jaw after accusing him of being a terrorist because he is Muslim.
Fairfax County to see minimal number of cicadas; region borders brood that emerges this month
Two serious crashes involving motorcycles in our region on successive days, April 30 and May 1, closed down an interstate leaving one person dead and another critically injured.
Northern Va. golf courses offering discounted greens fees to furloughed federal workers
Virginia may increase the speed limit to 65 mph on the Interstate 495 Beltway Express Lanes.
Virginia State Police say a 68-year-old motorcyclist was killed Tuesday morning in a hit-and-run crash involving a tractor-trailer on northbound Interstate 95 before the Fairfax County Parkway.
Area police departments formed teams, laced-up their skates and played hockey to benefit an officer still recovering from a serious head-on crash.
1 killed in overnight crash on Interstate-95 in Fairfax County
Three northern Virginia residents remain hospitalized a day after their small plane crashed at a Tucker County airstrip.
The Potomac Nationals and the U.S. Forest Service are planting 187 trees in Fairfax.
Prosecutors say a Springfield man has been charged with recording video chats of underage boys performing sex acts.
An Army helicopter pilot from northern Virginia is one of two soldiers killed in Afghanistan by enemy fire.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority is one step closer to deciding what projects will get funding in July from the newly passed transportation package.
Drew Bonner hasn't batted since he was 11. But at "Drew Bonner Night," the manager of three Fairfax sports teams was the star of the show.
Loudoun man with history of mental illness charged with threatening Fairfax prosecutor
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