Fairfax County News
A man walked into a police pre-release center yesterday afternoon reporting a woman dead in the 5900 block of Gunther Court in the Centreville area, according to Fairfax County Police.
Interpol says the man suspected of slashing women's behinds while they were shopping in Fairfax County stores has been captured in Peru.
The child sex abuse scandal at Penn State is raising awareness of potential abuse in our area.
Damion Lee scored 21 points and Drexel outscored George Mason 10-2 in the game's final 3 1/2 minutes to seal a comeback 60-53 win on Thursday night.
First Lady Michelle Obama is planning to bust out some random dance moves at a Northern Virginia high school.
When schools open in Fairfax County next fall, a projected 181,608 students will walk through the doors.
Fairfax County will likely open schools in August if the so called "Kings Dominion law" is eliminated.
Fairfax City's superintendent has announced that she is retiring this summer.
College-bound high school students in Fairfax County are getting a warning about the prevalence of binge drinking on campus.
It's the largest jurisdiction in the region with more than a million people. The man who has run it for 11 years is leaving, and now Fairfax County residents have specific issues they want addressed as the search begins for a new county executive.
Eleven people have been displaced from two Falls Church townhouses after one of the homes exploded Sunday evening, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue officials say.
The head of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors is confident that disagreements over the funding deal for the first phase of the Dulles Rail project will be worked out.
Fairfax Water says it has the lowest rates in the region, but tens of thousands of people who live near the cities of Falls Church or Fairfax, or the Town of Vienna, get their water from those smaller, local utilities, and pay a higher rate.
Roads, taxes, money for families and the disabled -- just some of the things Fairfax County citizens say the General Assembly should tackle when they get back to work this week.
Fairfax County is seeking public input as it prepares to hire a new county executive to replace retiring Anthony Griffin.
A Virginia woman was sentenced Friday to 35 years for throwing her 2-year-old granddaughter off a sixth-level walkway at a busy shopping mall, a murder the judge called "almost beyond comprehension."
How would you spend $85 billion? Here's your chance to put in your two cents.
The D.C.-area's two largest school systems say they tailor health plans to individual students who suffer from potentially deadly allergies.
WTOP has learned the new HOT lanes on the Capital Beltway will be formally designated as "Express Lanes" on highway signs, with an E-Z Pass logo positioned alongside.
What would you do with a million dollars? A Maryland man is facing that dilemma after winning big in a Virginia lottery.