Gusty winds brought a tree down on a house in Fairfax County while the family was inside on Thursday.
A litter of chirping cheetah cubs were born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute on Wednesday.
Here's everything you need to know about the novel coronavirus in the District, Maryland and Virginia.
Right now, Loudoun County landscapes are looking good, but some residents have noticed a lot of yard waste left behind.
Eddie Schill isn’t going to let the coronavirus outbreak ruin his leisure time.
Virginia distilleries are now able to ship alcohol directly to consumers.
New numbers from the state of Virginia show that gun sales have begun to surge during the coronavirus pandemic.
Lisa Alexander made a desperate plea this week on Facebook. The intensive care unit where her sister worked as a nurse treating COVID-19 patients had run out of masks.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam noted that half of the state’s nearly 3,000 novel coronavirus cases were identified among people under the age of 50 Monday afternoon – a reminder that the disease impacts young and old alike.
Authorities in Fairfax County are investigating a deadly early morning hit-and-run crash.
Cold case investigators in Fairfax County are closing a nearly 50-year-old murder case after FOX 5 brought new attention to the case.
A Falls Church man is facing felony charges after allegedly inappropriately touched a child at an in-home daycare.
Typically you may think of law enforcement officers as the people who are chasing down criminals and slapping on the cuffs, but during the coronavirus pandemic, that’s not always the case.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Virginia Governor Ralph Northam issued stay-at-home orders Monday as the greater D.C. region battles to control the advance of the novel coronavirus.
Virginia's governor has ordered all higher education institutions to stop any in-person instruction amid the coronavirus pandemic.
When stay-at-home orders and social distancing restrictions are eventually lifted your ride around the region could be a lot smoother!
Virginia now has more than 1,000 confirmed coronavirus cases.
The coronavirus outbreak has now claimed the lives of two people in Arlington County.
A new curfew starts Friday on base at Fort Belvoir. Starting tonight, anyone 17 years old or younger must be inside. The order came down from officials on Thursday night.The curfew impacts everywhere on base. It’s in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and out of an abundance of caution.
The first coronavirus related death in Loudoun County has been reported.