FOX 5 is hearing from residents in a Northern Virginia neighborhood after recent storms and heavy rains left behind a muddy mess. We’re talking about a river of mud covering their street and it’s all because of construction going on at a local school.
Prince William County police are looking for an Uber driver accused of sexually assaulting a 19-year-old in Manassas.
In Northern Virginia, while phase three is underway, hundreds of businesses remain closed for several reasons, including fears about a second wave of the coronavirus. Plus, many are still recovering from the financial loss caused by massive closures during the stay-at-home order.FOX 5's Tisha Lewis reports that of Prince William County’s 1,200 businesses, 300 remain closed, even though they could be open. There are several factors impacting reopening, including eviction, limited or no funds to make payroll, and fears about a COVID-19 resurgence.
In northern Virginia, a busy intersection could get a makeover to make it less congested and safer.
The Prince William County School Board approved resolutions to rename two schools that honor Confederate general Stonewall Jackson.
It was a huge victory Wednesday night for the immigrant community in Prince William County who have been fighting to get rid of a controversial program that partners local law enforcement with ICE.
Police throughout Northern Virginia are not saying much about the "Defund the Police" movement, but lawmakers have plenty to say.
In Northern Virginia, a vote is set for tomorrow on whether one county will continue a controversial program.
Protests over the killing of George Floyd continued throughout northern Virginia on Wednesday, and that includes demonstrators who have been on the move around the Woodbridge area.
A Virginia delegate who says he was struck by a flashbang grenade during police brutality protests in Manassas is facing sharp criticism from state Republicans.
Officers were reportedly injured during what Prince William Police are describing as “civil unrest’ in Manassas Saturday night.
It’s official: Prince William County outdoor pools will remain closed all summer long.
Digital speed signs and more police patrol have been added on a busy roadway in northern Virginia after a woman was killed while walking her dog.
Prince William County police are looking for four suspects in a home invasion investigation in Triangle.
Route 1 in Woodbridge has reopened after a 10-vehicle crash involving a tractor trailer spilled paint on the roadway, shutting it down for hours.
Prince William County residents can get a free COVID-19 test this week.
Taxpayer dollars — hundreds an hour — are being spent on an investigation looking into Prince William County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Steve Walts' private messages he reportedly sent to students after hours. The school district hired an outside firm to investigate the communication between Walts and students via Twitter’s direct messages.
A former D.C. homicide detective is facing an array of charges for sex crimes involving a young child in Virginia.
Prince William County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Steven Walts is defending himself against accusations he had inappropriate conversations with students via direct message on Twitter.
U.S. soccer legend turned coach John Harkes says his father-in -law is beating his battle with coronavirus. In fact, the 78-year-old was discharged from the hospital today after a harrowing healthcare journey.