Stafford County News
George Lewis and his wheelchair are riding FREDericksburg Regional Transit buses again, thanks to a change in federal regulations.
In Virginia, residents are currently allowed to use items such as bank statements, paychecks and utility bills as a form of identification to vote, but that could soon change.
Stafford County students returning to school Wednesday will see more sheriff's deputies in the hallways.
Police have made an arrest in a series of robberies where the perpetrator wore a fake beard.
The Virginia Department of Transportation and the Navy have signed an agreement that will allow work to begin on the Interstate 564 intermodal connector.
Virginia Tech won't be thinking only about football when the Hokies take the field during the Russell Athletic Bowl on Friday.
It's not every day someone plops down $1,000 for a dog he/she does not own. However, one good Samaritan decided to do just that, giving a little dog an early Christmas present.
House of Delegates Speaker Bill Howell of Stafford County and other GOP leaders said they will propose funding to put more safety officers in Virginia elementary schools in response to the mass shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut.
A major project to widen Route 1 near Fort Belvoir is one step further along.
Police have released photos from a surveillance video showing a suspect who placed an improvised explosive device at the drive-through ATM at Virginia Credit Union.
On Wednesday, the Stafford County School District actually had to delay dismissal for some students because there were not enough drivers. Several had called in sick.
A Civil War general's prized sword has returned to Fredericksburg.
Virginia State Police have identified the teen killed by a police officer in Fauquier County early Friday morning.
A Great Falls judge has set bail at $2 million for a Virginia man who authorities say threw pipe bombs at officers while leading them on a 40-mile chase in a stolen car.
Virginia State Police say they are investigating a fatal shooting by a deputy sheriff in Fauquier County.
Laurence Stewart II was spotted near Great Falls, Mont. according to Richard Marianos, special agent in charge for the Washington field office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Tobacco tells WTOP.
A man wanted on charges of detonating pipe bombs in Virginia led police on a chase across the Montana plains Thursday during which he threw about a half-dozen bombs at his pursuers before he was captured, authorities said.
The man wanted for three pipe bombings in Stafford County has been arrested in Montana, police say.
Blog postings by the suspect in three recent pipe bombing attacks in Stafford County and Fredericksburg depict a man disgusted by the legal system and willing to "commit some crimes" and "have some fun."
Federal, state and local investigators are looking for a man who is suspected of targeting three people with pipe bombs.
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