Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Virginia and DC Patches to talk about tonight:
As Virginia's coronavirus metrics remain steady, Gov. Ralph Northam blasted President Donald Trump's assertion that people should not be afraid of COVID-19 illness. In Virginia, there have been 153,182 cumulative coronavirus cases, 11,316 hospitalizations, and 3,291 deaths.
D.C Department of Health confirmed 105 new positive cases of COVID-19 on Monday. That's more than three times the 28 cases reported on Monday. This brings the District's total number of positive cases to date to 15,652.
After three major flooding events within 15 months prompted a call to action for Alexandria officials, there will be a dedicated staff team to work on flood management and mitigation.
A Spotsylvania County woman has been charged with second degree murder in the stabbing death of her mother Monday evening, according to the Spotsylvania Sheriff's Office.
A man grabbed a woman by the buttocks Monday afternoon as she was jogging along the Custis Trail in the Waycroft-Woodlawn area, according to the Arlington County Police Department's daily crime report.
As the United States struggles to recover from record unemployment and millions of Americans remain jobless, several billionaires in Virginia saw their wealth increase during the coronavirus pandemic.