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Shots Fired Inside Tysons Corner Center
Inside the failed effort to ban assault weapons in Virginia.
Banning assault weapons was a major priority for gun-violence prevention advocates in early 2020...
Police find three people fatally shot.
Police: Double Murder-Suicide Pact in Fair Lakes
Quick thinking earned them title as “Officers of the Month” for April.
FCPD Employee of the Month
Not hate crimes but a cry for help.
Four crimes within days at two Black churches and a tripped alarm at a third Black church, all located on Fordson Road in Alexandria's Gum Spring Community, looked ominous.
Remembering Reema and Erin, 15 years after VT tragedy.
Remembering Reema and Erin
Hayfield Hawks complete their season undefeated at 32-0 after a 67-47 win over Battlefield for the schools first state championship in basketball
Ukraine appeals for worldwide aid.
Officer not yet named.
Man shot is identified
Suspect was out on a warrant and in a van parked on a Newington area street; police say he pointed a gun at them.
Shooting in Lorton
Lockdown lasted more than three hours
Yorktown HS Threat
Mount Vernon Gift Guide Part II
Mount Vernon Gift Guide 2
Police across Virginia use new law to disarm people courts determine to be dangerous.
Since Virginia's new red-flag law was signed by the Gov. Ralph Northam last year, according to data from the Virginia State Police, law enforcement officials across Virginia have issued 170 emergency substantial risk orders to temporarily confiscate firearms from people courts have determined could be dangerous. That includes 32 in Fairfax County, six in Arlington and five in Alexandria. Police officers and sheriffs deputies have also used the law in so-called "Second Amendment sanctuaries," including 13 risk orders in Virginia Beach and seven in Hanover County.