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  • Former D.C. fire chief hired for same position in Petersburg, VA

    The City of Petersburg has hired Dennis Rubin as their new fire chief.

  • Full-scale drill focuses on terror attacks

    Hundreds of first responders and law enforcement officials will be participating in a full-scale training exercise focusing on terror attacks.

  • Thousands march for science through Washington DC

    WASHINGTON DC — Nationwide and in the nation’s capital tens of thousands took their frustration with government policies near and far to the streets. The wide-ranging demonstration is brought together people with many different reasons for banding together in for the March for Science. Brittney Gordon has our report.

  • Laughing mom says AMBER Alert stemmed from cell phone fight

    PORTSMOUTH, Va. — A fight over a cell phone resulted in an AMBER Alert issued for two children taken by their mother Friday night, according to mother Asia Jarvis. Jarvis, 24, called the AMBER Alert and the police resources dedicated to finding her and her children a waste of taxpayer money. “I’m not a crazy woman who abducts her own kids,” a laughing Jarvis told WTKR during a jailhouse interview. The Portsmouth, Virginia mother turned herself into police Monday on […]

  • Police make arrest in Wheaton Red Line train robbery

    Metro Transit Police says detectives arrested a suspect connected to a robbery and assault on the Red Line train.

  • Hundreds honor the 32 Virginia Tech shooting victims: ‘We remember them’

    BLACKSBURG, Va. — A teary eyed Sen. Tim Kaine reflected on the day that 32 people lost their lives at Virginia Tech 10 years ago Sunday. Sen. Tim Kaine “I’ll be able to forever say that April 16, 2007, was the worst day of my life,” Kaine said in front of hundreds from a podium on the Drillfield. Sunday marked a decade since a gunman opened fire in a residence hall and classrooms on the Virginia Tech campus killing 32 […]

  • AMBER Alert issued after Portsmouth mother threatens to kill children

    PORTSMOUTH, Va. — An AMBER Alert has been issued for two children after police believe they were taken by their birth mother. Police said Asia Dominique Jarvis has made threats to kill both children. The Portsmouth Police Department said they believe 5-year-old Dominique Eugene Jarvis and 1-year-old Messiah Khyon Jones-Jarvis are in extreme danger. The children were last seen in the 1100 block of Carrington Crescent in Portsmouth. The father has custody of the children. He received a message from the […]

  • It’s the season for bear sightings

    The Fairfax County Police Department is releasing some tips to keep you safe this spring.

  • Police searching for two suspects in separate indecent exposure cases

    Metro Transit Police need your help identifying two men wanted in two separate incident of indecent exposure.