27 Missing Children Located In 5-Day Virginia Effort: Patch PM

Emily Leayman
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27 Missing Children Rescued In Virginia Sweep: U.S. Marshals

The U.S. Marshals Service rescued 27 children in Virginia through a five-day law enforcement operation called Operation Find Our Children.

NoVA Reports Highest Coronavirus Case Average Since Early June

New daily cases of the coronavirus increased again Friday, with 1,456 new cases reported by the Virginia Department of Health. The cumulative case total in the state is 179,639. There have been 12,511 hospitalizations and 3,643 deaths to date, according to the VDH dashboard.

Husband Kills Wife, Himself At Spotsylvania Hospital: Police

An 80-year-old man shot and killed his wife and then killed himself Friday morning in her hospital room on the fourth floor of the Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center, according to the Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office.

Teenager Charged In Prince William Synagogue Bomb Threat: Police

The Prince William County Police Department arrested a teenager and charged him with threats to bomb a synagogue on Spriggs Road outside Dale City, the police said Friday.

Rescue Me: Adopt This Lovable, Hard-Knock Husky

Leo is originally from a very crowded rural Virginia shelter. He ended up there after his owner moved and elected not to take Leo with them. He was a shelter staff favorite and they begged Homeward Trails to help change Leo's life.

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This article originally appeared on the Tysons Corner Patch