Fairfax County News
A Fairfax County police officer had to be cut from his cruiser after a driver going the wrong way on Little River Turnpike slammed into his cruiser, police say.
Sleep is an important part of academic success and in Fairfax County, some parents are fighting to give high school students a few more hours of it.
Metro officials says new Silver Line tracks don't appear to have been damaged in an incident during testing that caused major rush hour delays.
The average Fairfax County homeowner would pay about $262 a year more in taxes if the proposed $3.59 billion budget is approved.
2 Va. men plead guilty to illegally funding Hillary Clinton's political campaigns
Four people were injured Friday afternoon when a Metrobus collided with a car on Interstate 66.
Fairfax judges reject GOP's preferred pick for electoral board; von Spakovsky drew Dems' ire
To accommodate service on the Metro's future Silver Line, the Fairfax County Department of Transportation may eliminate bus service to the Pentagon and Crystal City, a proposal that could affect thousands of federal workers.
Domestic violence is the leading cause of homicides in one of the richest counties in the nation. A new report details the circumstances leading up to these deaths and steps that can be taken to better protect victims.
In Fairfax County, everything from education funding to library hours to how often the grass gets mowed will be affected if sequestration occurs.
WTOP's John Aaron reports
Fairfax County police have arrested two men they say shoot out dozens of car windows and left 30 victims in their week last November.
A 38-year-old woman found dead after an apartment fire in Reston early Monday morning was pregnant, Fairfax Police say.
Some Reston residents are worried that the opening the first phase of Metro's Silver Line will make traffic worse near one of the stations scheduled to open at the end of the year.
Mount Vernon welcomes visitors to celebrate George Washington's birthday with one of his favorite treats.
Police arrested a man after he left a local burn unit in connection with an explosion at a Lorton sub shop.
Fairfax County Police are asking for the public's help to track down the vandals who smashed out the windows of more than 40 cars in Centreville Thursday.
Some creepy-crawly pests are becoming so prevalent in the D.C. area, according to officials, that they're going to be taken out from above.
A simple test can detect early signs of heart disease, but insurance does not not cover it. The chief of cardiology at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital calls it "a mammogram for the heart."
Fewer and fewer homes are going up for sale, and that low inventory is determining prices.