Fairfax County News
A private school in Baltimore that teaches cooking skills and hospitality management is handing over control of its operations to a Virginia University.
It is a strange series of crimes -- young women slashed on their rear ends as they shopped at area malls. Now, the man who police think is responsible has turned up in another country.
Col. David Rohrer, Chief of Fairfax County Police
A ramp linking two important commute routes in the heart of Tysons Corner in northern Virginia has reopened.
The funeral service for United States Park Police Sergeant Michael Boehm will be held today in Burke, Va. and police are warning area drivers to expect traffic.
A U.S. Park Police sergeant who died on duty as he responded to an injured man in the District of Columbia is being laid to rest.
It's a case of ball fields and picnic tables versus a secret history.
The relocation of thousands of military personnel to Fort Belvoir is beginning to spur the predicted economic development along historic Route 1.
If you are looking for something to do this Christmas day, the former home of a president is open and hosting a special visitor.
For your next vacation, how about trading in your bathing suit for a space suit?
In Clifton, Va., 17 horses help rehabilitate wounded warriors and others with disabilities.
The young trio from Fairfax Station have produced yet another holiday spoof on a hit single. Their new song "Menorah Hearts" uses the beats of Gym Class Heroes song "Stereo Hearts," featuring Adam Levine, and offers a chance for the boys to teach their friends about the festival of lights.
A Maryland man was sentenced to life in prison Friday for his role a 2008 triple slaying that has been called one of the most vicious attacks in the region in recent times, one that went unsolved for more than two years.
The same woman may be responsible for stealing purses during services at about 10 churches in the D.C. area, authorities in Loudoun County say.
The thief has hit at least 10 suburban churches in Maryland and Virginia since September.
The Fairfax County School Board voted late Thursday evening to approve surveillance cameras inside schools.
George Mason University's Board of Visitors voted unanimously Thursday to select Angel Cabrera, who heads an international business school in Arizona, as its new president.
Fairfax County police say they incorrectly announced that a Vienna man had been charged with murder in the death of his 2-month-old daughter.
The economy in the Washington region is still better than many places across the country, but the potential cut backs in federal workers and federal spending has intensified the need to diversify the workforce.
A 21-year-old Vienna man has been charged with the murder of his infant child.