Prince William County News
A package containing a body part was found on train tracks in Manassas Park, officials say.
A judge has rejected a conservative group's attempt to obtain a former University of Virginia climate researcher's emails.
A high school junior's effort to get a date to a school dance may have dazzled the girl and produced a big buzz at his Prince William County school, but it's also raising some big questions for taxpayers.
A Prince William County woman has been charged with felony child abuse and aggravated malicious wounding for trying to forcibly put an infant to sleep.
Police say two Woodbridge women were running an illegal home daycare center that kept infants restrained in car seats in bathrooms and closets.
The proposed Tri-County Parkway would be a north- south highway connecting Loudoun and Prince William counties. It would be a 10-mile limited access highway, connecting Interstate 66 near Gainesville in Prince William County to Route 50, near the Stone Ridge community in Loudoun County.
Nine people are facing charges for participating in what federal agencies say was a brothel in Prince William County. Investigators are still looking for one suspect.
The Civil War Trust is rolling out a new battle app to mark the 150th anniversary of the Second Battle of Manassas.
One storm's debris is another man's art supplies. Joe King, a man from Pennsylvania, is carving the trunk from a fallen tree into a piece of art.
After years of discussion, there may be an agreement soon about a Manassas battlefield bypass.
There are new signs going up on three major roads in Northern Virginia that mean more than just new road numbers.
This weekend's commemoration of the battle will culminate Sunday night with a dramatic presentation of Stonewall Jackson's raid on Union provisions at Manassas junction.
A 51-year-old Woodbridge man is being held without bail after police say he sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl.
Human skeletal remains were discovered in the woods behind a residence in Prince William County Wednesday night.
A recent rash of burglaries has police warning area residents to protect their homes when they leave.
More than 200 additional workers are being sought by Xerox for its call center in Chesapeake.
Manassas and Prince William County tourism leaders launching a $15 pass that gets you discounts through December of next year at several key Civil War sites.
The fire marshal is investigating the cause of a fire at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Gainesville.
The stepfather of a 4-year-old boy who accidentally shot himself to death last month has been arrested.
After the Navy SEALs succesfully conducted last year's raid that killed Osama bin Laden, the highly secretive special operations force was brought back into everyday conversation. But not all of the little-known information about the organization is under lock and key. Most don't know that the SEALs were originally a civilian group.