Fairfax County News
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.
Virginia State Police say a trooper has been injured when a car struck a patrol car in Fairfax.
Fairfax County has ordered Fenwick Drive and Arlington Terrace in the Huntington area to evacuate immediately.
The federal government has activated Fairfax County's elite urban search and rescue team for deployment to deal with the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
A town hall meeting to discuss the future of Fairfax County Parkway had one focus: Congestion.
Two Maryland men have pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to steal $9 million from a Vienna-based company's employee pension plan through a series of bad mortgage loans.
A 22-year-old woman with impaired mental capabilities is missing again.
The Huntington neighborhood, near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, has flooded three times in the last 10 years, damaging cars and homes.
Drivers in Northern Virginia will need to learn a new route as Virginia's Department of Transportation plans to close an on-ramp near the Fairfax County Parkway.
The number of homeless students in Fairfax County public schools may hit a record-breaking high by the end of the school year.
A bus carrying 10 preschoolers was involved in an accident Friday morning in Lorton, Va.
The pedestrian was struck by a vehicle near Huntington Avenue, just south of Alexandria.
John McClain, senior fellow at George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis. More on national surge in home construction.