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  • Rain and possible flooding in the DMV Friday into Saturday AM

    WASHINGTON  – Repeated slow-moving storms produced heavy rainfall across the metro Friday morning through midday.  Some locations received over two inches of rain in a short amount of time.  Flash flood warnings were issued for much of the metro into mid-afternoon.   An approaching storm system will bring more numerous showers and storms heading into this evening.  The high humidity will allow slow-moving storms to produce more heavy rainfall.  A few storms may produce strong winds.  Tornado threat is very […]

  • Virginia State Trooper shoots woman who would not put down her gun

    DINWIDDIE COUNTY, Va. — A Virginia State Police trooper shot a woman who ignored commands to drop her gun, according to a Virginia State Police spokesperson. Troopers and Dinwiddie Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a home along the 10000 block of Scotts Road Sunday at about 9:40 p.m. The initial call was for a suicidal subject in the home. When troopers arrived, they say they found a woman in the backyard with a gun. “The female ignored commands to drop the […]

  • 14-year-old teen loses fingers after firework explodes in his hand

    A 14-year-old teen was severely injured after a firework exploded in his hand on the Fourth of July.

  • Thousands pack Mall for 4th of July celebrations

    The heat and a brief storm did not stop thousands of people from flooding the National Mall for the annual Fourth of July celebration.

  • Police make arrest in connection to a Laurel murder

    A 30-year-old man has been extradited from California and charged with first degree murder in connection to Marvin Bryan's death. 

  • 19-year-old charged with impersonating police officer

    Police charged a 19-year-old with impersonating a police officer and eluding police.

  • Mayor Stoney: Diversity, context needed on Monument Avenue

    RICHMOND, Va. — Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney announced the formation of a Monument Avenue Commission to help “redefine the false narrative of the Confederate statues that line Richmond’s grandest boulevard.” The commission he said, would be made up of experts in history, art, government culture, as well as community leaders. It is led by American Civil War Museum CEO Christy Coleman and Library of Virginia Director of Education and Outreach Gregg Kimball. “It’s our time; it’s our responsibility to set […]

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    Councilmember pushes bill for dog owners

    A bill could allow dogs to be off-leashes in dog parks.

  • Virginia Primary Election Guide 2017

    Voting ballots packed with candidates running for governor, lieutenant governor and General Assembly seats in Virginia.