Here are the share-worthy stories from Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia Patches to talk about tonight:
A Confederate statue on the grounds of the Loudoun County courthouse in downtown Leesburg was removed Monday night by the Loudoun Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in coordination with the Loudoun County government.
After announcing a hybrid model for reopening schools, Virginia's largest school district is changing course. On Tuesday, Superintendent Scott Brabrand recommended Fairfax County Public Schools' approximately 189,000 students start the school year virtually.
The city of Fredericksburg recorded its first COVID-19-related death Tuesday since the start of the coronavirus pandemic: a city resident in his 70s.
Virginia is among the 10 additional states added to travel advisory lists in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut on Tuesday due to the impact of the coronavirus. Anyone traveling from a U.S. state on the travel advisory lists is asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.
A Fairfax County police officer was indicted by a grand jury Monday for a use-of-force incident against a Black resident in Hybla Valley.
A second student athlete at Broad Run High School in Ashburn has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the Loudoun County Public Schools system. The student was last at the school on Friday and is currently self-isolating.
A City of Alexandria government employee was identified as the driver killed in Monday's crash in the Huntington area.
Mayor Muriel Bowser sent a letter Tuesday to the leaders of both houses of Congress asking for the District to receive equal funding in the next coronavirus relief bill.