Fairfax County News
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports.
The number of international students attending Virginia colleges and universities has grown slightly in the span of a year, according to a study released Monday.
On Veterans Day, Americans across the county will honor and thank the men and women who served our country, and one Fairfax resident has a unique, and tasty, way to show appreciation.
On Election Day, 80 Virginia Task Force 1 members of the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department were warmly welcomed home by loved ones at VTF-1 headquarters in Chantilly, Va. Tuesday afternoon.
Superstorm Sandy weather has disappeared on the East Coast, along with all the flood warnings. But are things back to normal yet along the Potomac?
Louisiana has chosen a Virginia company to help devise a strategy for improving collection of millions of dollars in unpaid debts owed to state agencies.
Police have identified the remains found in the Potomac River as a missing woman from Fairfax.
Area residents remain on edge after a 17-year- old girl was attacked on Tuesday at the Thomas Jefferson Library in Falls Church, Va. The victim ducked into a bathroom trying to escape a man she thought was following her and he cornered her there.
Police are stepping up efforts to identify a man they say has fondled nine women in Fairfax County.
Fairfax County voters overwhelmingly approved a $30 million bond issue to build a levee and a pumping station for the Huntington area, according to unofficial election results.
Democrats say poll watchers need to be able to interact with voters to ensure they aren't unfairly denied ballot access or forced unnecessarily to cast provisional ballots, which are usually disqualified.
The final day of campaigning in battleground Virginia is expected to be a busy one.
Campaigning for the White House is in its final days. But in the Washington-area, voting in this presidential election already wrapped up for some.
On Friday, women crowded into a Spanx store that opened in Tysons Corner Center. Customers came from all over, including one woman who drove five hours from Virginia Beach.
The Dominion Virginia Power company sent 1,500 of its workers to New Jersey on Friday morning to help fellow utility companies up north after the company restored power to its last batch of Virginia customers.
An eighth woman says she was fondled in Springfield Thursday afternoon.
A Fairfax County mother says she warned school officials her daughter was being bullied just days before the teenage girl was attacked at Centreville High School cafeteria.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says the multi-billion dollar 495 Express Lanes project is on track to open earlier than expected.
Fairfax County says no flooding is imminent in the Huntington and Belle View/New Alexandria areas.
A letter is missing from the USA TODAY building in McLean thanks to Hurricane Sandy.