Va. Couple Testifies About Bizarre Home-Invasion AttackA McLean lawyer and his wife have testified about surviving a brutal, bizarre home-invasion attack that prosecutors say was carried out by another pair of lawyers.
Terror Convict: My Mother and the FBI Violated my RightsMuslim convert Zachary Chesser of Virginia is suing the FBI and his own mother, alleging that agents interfered with his parental rights.
Officer Pulls Man from Burning Car, Charges Him with DWIA Maryland man has been charged with driving while intoxicated after a police officer saved him from a burning car.
Married Attorneys Charged in Va. Stabbing AttackFairfax County police have charged a pair of married northern Virginia attorneys with malicious wounding and abduction in a stabbing attack of another couple still fighting for their lives.
Va. Physician Arrested for Prescription FraudA Virginia doctor has been accused of improperly distributing prescription painkillers.
Man Killed In Violent Crash In McLeanA deadly single-car accident is snarling traffic for Friday morning commuters in McLean.
D.C. Suburbs Make List of America's Richest Neighborhoods The Washington region has long been among the nation's most affluent areas, but it's also home to some of America's richest neighborhoods, according to a new study.
Vienna Man Pleads Guilty to Role in Girl's Heroin Death A Vienna man who admitted letting a teenage girl die from a heroin overdose rather than seeking help and then dumping her body has pleaded guilty to a federal charge.
2 Students From Langley High in Va. Found DeadTwo teenage boys who attended Langley High School in McLean, Va. were found dead within 24 hours of each other this week.
103-Year-Old Woman Killed in Va. Car Crash Fairfax County Police say a 103-year-old woman was killed when the car she was riding in hit two other vehicles in McLean.
Software Firm Relocating Headquarters in Fairfax County Software provider Cvent Inc. is moving its headquarters to Fairfax County, creating 400 jobs and retaining 450 others.
Judge Opens McLean Ball Field Closed in Government Shutdown A judge has temporarily opened a northern Virginia ball field that the National Park Service had closed because of the government shutdown.