Fairfax County News
A massage parlor customer who police say impersonated an FBI agent has been arrested.
Hundreds of Koi fish are missing from a Herndon business park's pond after police say two men reportedly posed as maintenance workers and took the fish.
Fairfax County police report that one man has died following a stabbing in Chantilly. They are calling it a domestic incident.
Transurban Ltd., the builder and long-term operator of the Interstate 495 and Interstate 95 express lanes, has moved its U.S. headquarters from New York to Fairfax County. The company operates two toll roads in the U.S., both in Virginia.
Gov. Bob McDonnell announced Tuesday a plan to ease congestion along Interstate 495 in Fairfax County.
Two cab drivers have been robbed by men in other taxis in the past week and Fairfax County police are investigating whether the incidents are related.
Don't be surprised if you see a bear in your bird feeder.
Pet owners can be hit with a fine or even face criminal charges if they neglect their animals during a heat wave.
Ohio air crash that killed pilot, stuntwoman showcases risks, thrills of wing walking
Bicyclist shot by man loading handgun inside Herndon home
A man was shot while riding his bike by another man loading a gun.
A former special education teacher at a Fairfax County elementary school has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for possessing child pornography depicting preteen girls.
The Fairfax County Health Department is launching an investigation after three people were diagnosed with tuberculosis at Robert Lee High School.
Fairfax County police are investigating a series of indecent exposure incidents.
TTR Sotheby's International Realty is seeking buyers for a 16.5-acre waterfront site in Fairfax County that once was part of George Washington's sprawling Mount Vernon estate.
An 18-year-old was injured in a robbery and shooting in Mantua, Va. Wednesday night.
Va. teen paralyzed in diving accident walks across stage to accept his high school diploma
Fort Belvoir is unveiling a new, 270,000 square-foot post exchange that military officials say is the largest of its kind on the East Coast and an example of the military's effort to rebrand and modernize the old exchanges.
The father of the boy who was electrocuted at a Herndon elementary school Tuesday night says he was told his son was trying to help a friend when he came into contact with an electrical wire.
Sign your waivers, check your health insurance and prepare to flip: The Washington area is on the verge of a trampoline boom.
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