Fairfax County News
A teenage boy died Tuesday night after apparently being electrocuted after he and three friends climbed onto a roof near a school in Herndon, Va.
Va. taxicab driver pursues charges after anti-Muslim rant; second incident reported since May
Two 23-year-old men have been arrested after allegedly mugging a cyclist at gunpoint in Fairfax County, police say.
Two people found dead at an apartment complex on Seminary Road Monday morning were a man and his mother-in-law, Fairfax County police say.
The change would allow Fairfax County's 500 licensed home day care centers to watch 12 children, up from 10.
The man accused of slashing women's buttocks in Northern Virginia malls has pleaded guilty in a Virginia court.
Weather-related construction delays will push back the opening of the first segment of Metro's new Silver Line by at least a month.
A woman was assaulted during an attempted robbery that occurred while she and a companion were walking in Fairfax County Wednesday night.
Two more teens have been found guilty in a Fairfax County sexting case.
Federal officials have shut down a Springfield, Va., bus company after they say multiple safety violations were found.
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Robbers smashed a display case and grabbed an undisclosed amount of jewelry from a Fair Oaks Mall jewelry store Monday.
A 23-year-old woman who was detained and charged with misdemeanor shoplifting on Saturday told police a loss prevention officer sexually assaulted her, says the Fairfax County Police Department.
One of America's oldest highways and a primary commuter route in Northern Virginia could get a major face-lift.
10 years for Va. man caught in pipe bomb sting; also sold homemade flamethrowers, grenades
A volunteer for "Celebrate Fairfax" has been arrested and charged with embezzlement.
When they're not responding to emergency calls, some Fairfax County firefighters are spending their weekends going door to door for safety's sake.
Fairfax County school officials have voted to change the district's discipline system, allowing for lighter punishments for certain infractions.
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If you are in the market for a gun, the National Gun Show in Chantilly, Va., may be just the ticket.