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A Loudoun County Sheriff's cruiser is parked outside a home where an apparent murder-suicide left a husband and wife dead. (credit: George Mesthos/All-News 99.1 WNEW)

Police Identify Victim of Fatal Crash in Leesburg

Virginia State Police say a man is dead after a single-car crash in Loudoun County early Saturday morning.


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Leesburg Police Looking for Missing Teen

A Loudoun County teenager has gone missing and the Leesburg Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating him.


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Va. Man’s Pro-2nd Amendment Registry Attracting Nationwide Interest

When Winchester, Va., resident Bryan Crosswhite heard about two plainclothes police officers being refused service because they were carrying weapons at a Prince William County restaurant early last year, he hatched an idea.


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Police: Man Stabbed Multiple Times by Brother

A 22-year-old Leesburg man was stabbed multiple times by his brother early Friday morning, police say.


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$87,000 in Goods Stolen in 2 Va. Home Burglaries

Leesburg Police say thieves in two home burglaries made off with more than $87,000 worth of jewelry, precious metals and silverware.


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Adult Twins Die in Single-Vehicle Crash

Virginia State Police say adult twins have died in a single-vehicle crash in Leesburg.


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3 Towns in the Region Make CNN’s ‘Best Places to Live’ List

Three towns in the D.C. region have made CNN’s annual list of the 50 Best Places to Live in America.


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Loudoun Co. Fire Collapses Home, Injures Firefighters

A family was displaced and four firefighters were injured when a blaze destroyed a Leesburg, Virginia home Thursday.


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Century-Old Loudoun Confederate Soldier Statue Stirs Controversy

An idea that was pitched by Leesburg attorney John P. Flannery in Wednesday’s edition of the Loudoun-Times Mirror newspaper — tear down the 105-year-old Confederate soldier statue in front of the Old Courthouse — is getting mixed reviews.


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Va. Woman Charged With Murder in Husband’s Death

Police have charged a Leesburg woman with murder in the death of her husband.