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Prince William County Police release names of man and woman dead after murder-suicide
DUMFRIES, Va. - Prince William County Police have identified Lemlem Hayelu Habte, 35, as the victim in Wednesday's murder-suicide case. Officers said Habte was shot by her husband, Christopher Andre Quincer, before he fatally shot himself.
Snow, ice strand dozens of Virginia drivers
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, Va. - VDOT crews are working to clear roads, but the snow continues to fall on Route 33 in Rockingham County. Virginia State Police have responded to dozens of stuck drivers due to this snow and ice falling on the road, which is near the county line with Greene County.
Prince William County approves controversial Woodbridge redevelopment
After more than 40 people spoke during a public hearing Tuesday night, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors approved a rezoning application to build 325 housing units at the northeast quadrant of the Interstate 95 and Prince William Parkway interchange in Woodbridge.
Park service wants feedback to new trail plan for Prince William Forest Park
If you have ideas about the best way to improve the trails at Prince William Forest Park, the National Park Service wants to hear from you. With more than 360,000 visitors each year, the park built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in Prince William County is a popular destination for hiking, bikin
Charles Town man charged for Virginia murder
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — A Jefferson County man has been charged for the weekend murder of a Loudoun County, Virginia man. Dale Wright, 50 of Charles Town, allegedly shot Jeffrey Evans, 72, during a fight in a gravel lot on Castleman Road at around 11:15 Sunday morning.
Spring snow closes Route 33 in Virginia
GREENE COUNTY, Va. — Snow and ice have closed Route 33, crossing Swift Run Gap, in Greene and Rockingham counties. Snowplows continue clearing lanes on the mountain, according to VDOT.
'Violent' suspect in Virginia deputy's shooting arrested in Cary
CARY, N.C. (WNCN) - U.S. Marshals tracked and arrested a suspect in Cary after officials said he shot a Henrico County deputy multiple times on Tuesday. The deputy was shot during an incident just before 11 p.m. in the 2700 block of Lambert's Avenue, officials said.
Husband, wife arrested after police find 40 marijuana plants in their Virginia home with 15-year-old son present
SPOTSYLVANIA, Va. — A husband and wife from Virginia were arrested on Monday after police found at least 40 marijuana plants inside their home while their 15-year-old son was present, according to the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office.
Hagerstown man sentenced to 14 years for fentanyl distribution
BALTIMORE — A Hagerstown man who ran a drug-trafficking ring that supplied fentanyl that killed two Waynesboro, Pa., men was sentenced Thursday to 14 years in federal prison.
Sixth suspect arrested in brutal MS-13 slaying of Fairfax teenager
STAFFORD, Va. — Police have arrested a sixth suspect in connection with the brutal killing of a Virginia teenager whose body was found in a remote, grassy area of Stafford County.
Prince William, Manassas under flood watch Thursday
Grab your raincoat and umbrella. It’s going to be a rainy morning commute and a soggy Thursday. Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park are all under a flood watch that will begin at 6 a.m. Thursday morning and extend through the evening hours, according to the National Weather Service off
4th suspect in alleged Damascus High School hazing incident to stand trial in juvenile court
ROCKVILLE, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - A judge has decided that the fourth suspect in the alleged Damascus High School hazing incident should stand trial in juvenile court. The judge has previously decided to allow the other three teens charged in the attack to have their cases heard in juvenile court.
Chantilly Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead
CHANTILLY, VA — A quick heads up: Weather officials have issued a Flood Warning for your area on Friday, lasting from 6:00 am to 9:18 pm. More info from the National Weather Service is available here.
Throwback Thursday: Sweet deal on SPR building
1994: A federal bankruptcy court reduced SPR Corp.’s loan principal for the Human Services Building at 320 Hospital Drive to $1.99 million — down $5 million. From The Fauquier Citizen edition of March 25, 1994.
Metro Test Trains Spotted Near Reston, Herndon (Photos)
Good news, Herndon and Reston residents who don't yet have access to Metro: trains have been spotted at Dulles Airport to the west, which suggests test trains are running and WMATA is one big step closer to opening the Silver Line expansion.
Road closures, traffic pattern changes expected in Manassas
Traffic patterns are changing in one area of Manassas. Starting at 7 a.m. on Friday, Sudley Manor Drive and Bethlehem Road drivers will face road closures and alternating traffic.
Visting from China, the top Au Pair in the U.S. works in Prince William
Chinese Au Pair, Jolin Sun, won national recognition in the 2019 Love My Au Pair Contest after her Host Family nominated her as the best Au Pair in the U.S. The family lives in Prince William County and cites Jolin’s “kindness, compassion, and unwavering patience,” as well as her flexibility with sc
The Old Stone Church: 1862
March 1862. "Centreville, Virginia. Stone church. [Photo shows the Old Stone Church as it appeared between the two battles at Bull Run.]" Wet plate glass negative by the Civil War photographer George N. Barnard. View full size.
Arrest Made Related to Series of Gas Station Robberies
This is a news release from the Fairfax County Police Department, published verbatim. Sully Police District – A 31-year-old man is facing several robbery charges after detectives identified Eric Thompson of Chantilly as the suspect. There have been four commercial robberies at gas stations in the Su
School board approves $1.5 billion budget with raises for teachers, staff, itself
The Prince William County School Board unanimously approved Wednesday a $1.5 billion budget for next school year that boosts teacher and staff salaries by about 4.8 percent – the largest boost in a decade—adds about 100 new positions, including 46 new school counselors, and awards school board membe