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Emily Leayman

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Woman Cut By Razor Blade Taped To Political Sign: Police

Arlington County Police are warning the public to use caution when removing political signs after a local woman reported being cut by a razor blade taped to a sign, according to a police release.

Fairfax County Police Chief Announces Plan To Retire

Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. announced his intent to retire in February 2021.

Travelers Must Be Tested For COVID-19 Before Visiting DC

Mayor Muriel Bowser issued an updated travel advisory Thursday requiring travelers to be tested for COVID-19, the virus associated with the new coronavirus, 72 hours before coming to the District. If the traveler tests positive for the disease, they should not travel to D.C.

Families File Lawsuit After TJ Admissions Test Eliminated

On Wednesday, 17 families and students filed a lawsuit in circuit against the Fairfax County School Board and Superintendent Scott Brabrand in relation to the elimination of the admissions test at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.

New Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations Trending Up In Virginia

An additional 1,366 coronavirus cases were reported by the Virginia Department of Health on Thursday, bringing the seven-day average of new cases to 1,288.

'Coronavirus Be Damned. We're Going Go The ER'

Chelsea Proctor's back began to hurt around the time the coronavirus pandemic started in January and coincided with her aging out of her parents' health insurance.

Teenager Flown To Hospital After Manassas Area Shooting: Police

A teenager who was shot Wednesday night was found in an intersection in the Manassas area and then flown to an area hospital, according to the Prince William County Police Department. The 16-year-old male is expected to survive his gunshot wounds, the police said.

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