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Temperatures could feel as cold as 40 degrees. More than 180,000 without power Tuesday morning.
VSP has already responded to 411 crashes statewide; VDOT begins round-the-clock road monitoring in Virginia.
As the storm approaches, know what you need to take care of your pets
Virginia State Board of Elections says scammers call voters, solicit votes over the phone.
A malfunction in the switch could cause smoke and potentially a fire.
Original recall of Trader Joe's peanut butter has been expanded to include additional Sunland, Inc. peanut and nut products sold at Giant, Whole Foods and other outlets.
No illnesses reported after Tanimura & Antle shipment went to 19 states, including Virginia.
Chance of rain is 50 percent on Monday.
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Stephanie Lynn Schwab was sentenced to 11 years for crime spree.
Post-Derecho the telecommunications company is continuing to restore service to all customers in Northern Virginia.
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