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Police identify murder suspect, victim involved in Days Inn shooting
More Local NewsPolice identify murder suspect, victim involved in Days Inn shootingPolice: Woman charged with assault after striking officer with vehicleThree men shot in Richmond, RPD investigating if incidents are related
11 MS-13 members indicted for murder of two Fairfax County teens
The bodies of the two, Edvin Escobar Mendez, 17, of Falls Church, Va. and Sergio Arita Triminio, 14, Alexandria, Va., werefound buried in Holmes Run Parkin March 2017.
Here's What Reston's New Wegmans Will Look Like (ICYMI)
RESTON, VA -- Supermarket chain Wegmans will be setting up shop at the new 36-acre Reston Crescent site near the Reston Town Center Metro station in the coming years, and thanks to anew reportfrom Fairfax County, we now know what it will look like.
Tiny houses are big draw at Prince William fairgrounds
In an age of bigger is better, Prince William County Fairgrounds hosted a celebration of minimalism at the DC/Virginia Tiny House Festival. Tiny houses, vintage campers, tear drops, school bus conversations, gypsy wagons, yurts and other tiny structures were on display by people living the lifestyle
Man Rapes Child In Woodbridge: Police
WOODBRIDGE, VA—A man was arrested Thursday for raping a 12-year-old girl—a family member—multiple times between April and June 2018 at a Woodbridge residence, according to Prince William County Police. Jose Hector Gonzalez Ortiz, 35, of Woodbridge, was charged with two counts of rape and one count o
Winchester’s pioneering cancer doctors retiring
WINCHESTER — After more than 30 years of helping people battle the deadly disease of cancer, the first two oncologists in Winchester are retiring.Doctors Bill Houck, 75, and William Major, 68, will leave Shenandoah Oncology on June 30. A retirement celebration was held for them on Wednesday, which d
Woodbridge woman says surveillance camera captured neighbor beating her cat to death
WOODBRIDGE, Va.- A Prince William County man isfacing a charge of felony animal crueltyafter he is accused of abusing and killing his neighbor's cat after surveillance video of the incident helped police arrest him. The cat's owner showed the disturbing video to FOX 5, which allegedly shows him grab
Dozens of roads remain closed due to flooding
According to a release, 86 roads are closed as of 4 p.m. Friday, including part of the Blue Ridge Turnpike between Constitution Highway and Jacksontown Road in Orange County.
Man Sexually Assaults, Films Child In Manassas
MANASSAS, VA—A man was arrested Thursday for sexually assaulting a young girl and making inappropriate videos her at a Manassas residence, according to Prince William County Police. Esteban Carrillo Zapeta, 32, of no fixed address, was charged with aggravated sexual battery, unlawful filming and pro
Unceasing rain floods Culpeper, prompts local state of emergency
The Rapidan River in the village of Rapidan reached flood stage by Friday morning, forcing residents to leave while closing the main road in and out of the historic village. The river was expected to rise to near 20-feet overnight Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
Boy, 9, found outside apartments after allegedly left alone for the night
The boy’s father, Mortimer Maximillian Philbert, 55, of the 18200 block of Kilmer Lane in Triangle, is facing a charge of felony child neglect, police spokesperson Sgt. Jonathan Perok said Thursday.
InFive: Flooding Friday morning, immigrants claim abuse at Virginia facility, and D.C. sniper gets new trial.
Top news and notes from across Northern Virginia.5. Friday morning floodingA flood warning is in effect for communities in and around Stafford, Fredericksburg and Culpeper on Friday morning.Showers are expected to move into the rest of the region early in the morning and linger through Friday. There
Man Threatens To Torch Family Dollar Store In Manassas: Police
MANASSAS, VA—A man who repeatedly threatened to burn down the Family Dollar store at 10300 Portsmouth Road was arrested Wednesday, according to Prince William County Police. Mark Halloway, Jr., 30, of no fixed address, was charged with threats to burn.Police found that over the past several days, Ha
Bobbitt Case Turns 25: Celebrity to help women in violent relationships (InsideNoVa)
HAYMARKET, Va. - Smirks, chuckles and comical grimaces have accompanied the story of a wife slicing off her husband’s penis on June 23, 1993.
Local state of emergency declared in Culpeper County
Culpeper County remains under a flood watch until 3:30 p.m. Friday as river and streams rise, flooding roads, farm fields and overturning ditches.
Hundreds of women roll into Front Royal to enjoy a weekend of riding and fundraising
FRONT ROYAL, Va - When the Mid-Atlantic Women's Motorcycle Rally began in 1993, women motorcyclist were a novelty.
Man accused of fire threats at Family Dollar store
Mark Halloway Jr., 30, of no fixed address, is charged with threats to burn, according to Prince William police.
Woman hospitalized after vehicle strikes building in Warrenton
An elderly woman was being treated at Fauquier hospital Tuesday morning after driving her vehicle into a porch attached to a building in the 20 block of Winchester Street in Warrenton, according to Warrenton Police.The accident occurred at about 9:35 a.m. Tuesday, June 19.
Media, senators turned away from Va. 'tender age' shelter for migrant children
Bristow, Va. - The Office of Refugee Resettlement is sending some of the youngest children taken from their parents at the border thousands of miles to Youth for Tomorrow in Bristow, Virginia.
Remains of Civil War soldiers found in pit of severed limbs at Manassas battlefield
In this Feb. 25, 2011 picture, the sun sets over cannons arrayed on the Civil War battlefield at Manassas, Va. The first Battle of Manassas occurred in July 1861. Over the next four years, Americans will mark the 150th anniversary of major events in the Civil War, which ran from 1861 to 1865. (AP Ph