Fairfax County News
LightSquared Inc. on Friday called a Federal Communications Commission decision to block its proposed wireless network "legally unprecedented" and laid out several alternatives to outright rejection.
Fairfax County Public schools are planning on having two snow days yet this year - and they'll be in June.
All Department of Defense military medical health care operations will be on a single campus in the Falls Church area, and the move of more than 3,000 employees is something area residents didn't anticipate.
Four of the five top areas for estimated annual remodeling spending in the South are in the D.C. metro region, with Falls Church and Arlington County ranking No. 1 and No. 2 respectively, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
Over half of the Fairfax County students surveyed about bullying say they have been bullied, teased or taunted more than 20 times in the last year.
Master distillers from Scotland are wrapping up a three-day visit to George Washington's Mount Vernon estate to whip up a special batch of Scotch whiskey.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says 24 miles of the 32-mile road will soon be repaved.
Fairfax County police have identified the 40-year-old man found dead in an SUV with his 13-year-old daughter Tuesday morning as John Jackson, a former police officer with the department.
Fairfax County police say they are investigating an apparent murder-suicide in Annandale.
A research study to control ticks in Fairfax County is creating a bizarre sight: deer with pink stripes.
Fairfax County Police have released a composite sketch of a possible suspect in the March 19 assault of a high school student.
Tap water will likely smell and taste slightly different for the next six weeks in Washington, Arlington County, the city of Falls Church, and parts of Fairfax County.
Transit officials in Fairfax County are asking residents if there should be more Metro stops, light rail or street cars in its future plans.
In a Civics honors class at Liberty Middle School, some students were instructed to write papers about each of the Republican candidates' weaknesses and to come up with attack strategies.
Just before midnight Friday, Dominion's website said nearly all of the 5,000 customers who lost power had their electricity restored.
"The terrorists that we're prosecuting today, in many instances are American kids, who grew up in suburban high schools and you can still see them on the pages of the drama club or the skateboard club," says Neil MacBride, U.S Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority board members said Wednesday that the county has requested an additional 30 days to review the scope of the project to make a decision.
Washington-area residents have just a few more hours to vote on proposed Metro train station names for the new Silver Line.
The attorney for a Fairfax County teacher accused of racially insensitive behavior says his client has been placed on paid administrative leave.
The chief financial officer of what had been one of the nation's largest private mortgage companies has pleaded guilty to his role in a $3 billion fraud scheme.