Fairfax County News
The Virginia Small Business Administration has opened offices in Fairfax County and Prince William County for residents or businesses to apply for the low interest loans if their homes or businesses were damaged by Tropical Storm Lee.
The victim of a fatal bus crash on the James Madison University campus has been identified as a graduate of W.T. Woodson High School in Fairfax.
Construction is planned for the exit ramp on Leesburg Pike, the Beltway ramp that leads you to the malls.
Fairfax County police are looking for a man who jumped into a woman's car in the parking lot of the same shopping center where a 19-year-old woman was last seen alive in 2010.
When a fight breaks out in school, whose story should the principal believe? Soon, that may not be an issue in Fairfax County high schools.
Go back in time just a few decades, and you may not recognize the place you now call home.
Here's your chance to get out and krank to raise money for wounded warriors.
Fairfax County Executive Anthony Griffin has announced he plans to retire in April.
We all know that a couple of innocent drinks at happy hour can lead to scandalous things later in the evening.
Gov. Bob McDonnell is seeking federal disaster loans for homeowners, renters and business owners in Fairfax and Prince William counties who were affected by Tropical Storm Lee's remnants.
Fellow Democrats John Foust, Catherine Hudgins, Jeff McKay , Penny Gross, Gerry Hyland and Linda Smith also won election to the Board of Supervisors, as did Republicans Pat Herrity and Michael Frey.
Tuesday is make or break time for Virginia state Senate candidates.
The Federal Aviation Administration will brief McLean residents on new technology officials believe will cut back on noise complaints about planes approaching Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Polls in Virginia close at 7 p.m. Voters will choose state House and Senate representatives, as well as county leaders and school board members. Voters also will decide whether to spend millions on new schools and school renovations.
Engineering and project management firm Bechtel Corp. is moving 625 jobs from Maryland to Virginia.
A dispute between a Fairfax church and its driving range neighbor could be heading to court.
Hundreds of local people gathered Saturday to feed those in need.
In an anonymous industrial park, CIA analysts who jokingly call themselves the "ninja librarians" are mining the mass of information people publish about themselves overseas, tracking everything from common public opinion to revolutions.
At one point, all eastbound Interstate 66 lanes were closed.