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New information reveals why prosecutors think he's a serial killer, but his son's testimony corroborates his claim of innocence.

A month after stepping down as chief, Winchester police say they stopped him driving the wrong way down a one-way street.

Photos taken of the teen last month will not be used, and a new search warrant will not be served, prosecutors said.

After arresting dozens of people, the police arranged to get them into drug treatment immediately, an unusual step for law enforcement.

A breakdown of how many days have been taken so far and the impact on the academic calendar.

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Hints of sexual harassment again trail chief of six-officer department.

Loudoun at top despite slight drop in median household income, Fairfax, Arlington and Prince William move down in rankings.

The State of NoVa goes blue again, surrounded by red RoVa.

The very controversial issue finds the GMU president coming down in favor of building a new north-south highway between Loudoun and Prince William counties.

The father of a high school football player who died after suffering his second concussion discusses scheduling similar-sized schools to avoid concussions.

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