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McAuliffe restores voting rights of more than 10,000 Virginians

Gov. Terry McAuliffe says his administration has restored the voting and civil rights of more than 10,000 Virginians with criminal records.

Sterling robbery sends victim to hospital

Sterling robbery drives resident to hospital

U.S. Supreme Court: Bob McDonnell to remain free for now

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will not have to go to prison while the U.S. Supreme Court considers whether to review his public corruption convictions, the justices ruled Monday.

Law enforcement officials continue fight against heroin use in Loudoun

Loudoun County Sheriff's deputies, in conjunction with the newly-formed Heroin Operations Team, since March have made 60 narcotics-related arrests, most of which involved heroin, Maj. Mark Poland, chief of the patrol division, told a group during an Aug. 31 forum.

Loudoun County courthouse grounds in downtown Leesburg. Photo/Loudoun.gov

Loudoun supervisors to consider African-American, slave memorial

The proposal comes late in a summer of racial tension nationwide and a crescendoing debate about the appropriateness of a 107-year-old Confederate soldier monument in the center of downtown Leesburg.

UPDATE: Website claims Donald Trump coming to Loudoun in October

Leading the crowded Republican presidential field in every major poll, Trump has been drawing tens of thousands of attendees at rallies across the nation.

West Virginia man falls asleep at the wheel, hits utility worker in Hillsboro

A West Virginia man was charged Friday with reckless driving after Loudoun deputies say he fell asleep at the wheel and inadvertently struck a utility worker in Hillsboro.

Northern Virginia teen gets more than 11 years for helping Islamic State

The judge said he considered 17-year-old Ali Shukri Amin's age and lack of a criminal record during sentencing in federal court in Alexandria. Amin told the judge he didn't "expect sympathy."

List of journalists killed on duty in U.S. and Canada since 1976

Although journalists covering international conflicts often face significant risks, it's relatively rare for journalists working in the U.S. to be targeted.

Units from Loudoun, MWAA and Fairfax knock down South Riding fire

The townhouse fire was sparked at 25540 Hussar Terrace.

Sterling man on mini-bike hits car, person

Sterling man on mini-bike hits car then a person

Broken lightbulb prompts bread recall in Va.

Bimbo Bakeries USA sent out a voluntary regional recall of certain bread products shipped to a few U.S. states, including Virginia.

Dulles Raytheon to aid in U.S. Air Force training

The U.S. Air Force signed a contract with Raytheon Company’s Dulles branch for training services, the company announced Aug. 26.

Larceny interrupted by deputies at Sterling store; man resists arrest

Deputies interrupted a larceny in progress at a store on the 45400 block of Dulles Crossing Plaza in Sterling Aug. 21 at approximately 9:03 p.m.

Traffic alert: Evening rush hour restrictions on Battlefield Parkway begin tomorrow

Drivers traveling west on Battlefield Parkway on the north side of Leesburg will not be able to turn right on a red light on northbound Route 15 during the weekday evening rush beginning Aug. 27, according to the Town of Leesburg.
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