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Rolling Stone editor resigns; Attempted rape in Arlington’s Courthouse leads to manhunt

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, July 30th, 2015

By Cameron Mellin

Hunter who killed Cecil the Lion issues apology to dental practice patients, protests continue outside River Bluff Dental
(BBC)

University of Cincinnati police officer charged with murder in shooting of unarmed man during traffic stop
(The Washington Post)

Rare blue moon will come Friday evening, July 31, the first since August 2012
(CNN)

Editor who oversaw Rolling Stone’s UVA rape story resigns
(The Washington Post)

Attempted sexual assault in Arlington’s Courthouse neighborhood leads to manhunt
(WJLA)

 

New remains uncovered in Jamestown; asbestos found in Metro cars

Posted by Editorial / Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

By Grace Ann Brew

Archaeologists uncover bodies of four colonial leaders at Jamestown
(Time)

Virginia couple to reward best essayist with 35-acre horse farm
(WJLA

Fairfax police commission calls for more transparency with department dealings
(WAMU)

Asbestos found in hundreds of Metro cars
(NBC Washington

95 percent of Android phones are easily hacked; Bedbugs found at Falls Church INOVA

Posted by Editorial / Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

By Raquel DeSouza

Virginia wants your help in grading public schools
(The Washington Post)

An INOVA building in Falls Church had to be exterminated for bedbugs
(WTOP)

Poll: Majority of Americans don’t want the Iran nuclear deal to pass Congress
(CNN)

The Coast Guard continues searching for two missing Florida teens
(Guardian U.S.)

Over 95 percent of Android phones can easily be hacked
(FOX)

Mary Washington murder trial to go to grand jury; Whitney Houston’s daughter dies

Posted by Editorial / Monday, July 27th, 2015

By Robyn Smith

Murder trial for Mary Washington student to go to grand jury
(WTOP)

Bobbi Kristina Brown dead at 22
(The Washington Post)

Water main break shuts down King Street
(WJLA)

Ohio resident charged with trespassing for petting cougars at local zoo
(WJLA)

Gunman in La. theater kills 2; Feds: Metro needs to improve the safety

Posted by Carten Cordell / Friday, July 24th, 2015

Gunman in La. theater kills 2, takes own life
(The Washington Post)

Report: Fairfax police need to overhaul communications policy with the public
(The Washington Post)

Shooting survivor testifies at Severance trial
(WTOP)

Feds: Metro needs to improve the safety of its systems
(WAMU)

Great Falls dog attack sparks bear fear; Alexandria named one of the nation’s most romantic cities

Posted by Editorial / Thursday, July 23rd, 2015

By Cameron Mellin

Dog attacked in Great Falls, public suspects bear are behind it after numerous sightings
(WUSA-9)

Two bodies turn up within 12 hour period in Fairfax County
(NBC Washington)

Senate to host first hearings on Iran nuclear deal Thursday
(USA Today

U.S. men stunned by loss to Jamaica in Gold Cup semifinal
(Bleacher Report

Alexandria named one of the nation’s most romantic cities
(WTOP)

 

July’s #NoVA

Posted by Editorial / Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

#NoVA by Libby Burns

Illustration by Libby Burns.

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National Zoo’s 12-year-old cheetah dies; Anonymous coach says RG3 ‘is done’

Posted by Editorial / Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

By Grace Ann Brew

ESPN: Anonymous coach says RG3 ‘is done’
(The Washington Post)

The National Zoo‘s cheetah has died
(WTOP)

Contractor for Maryland health exchange website to pay $45M
(The Washington Post)

District attorney says Sandra Bland‘s death is being treated as a murder investigation
(CNN

One D.C. resident and two Annapolis residents dead in Wyoming plane crash
(WJLA)

Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery brings ‘Parades’ to life at Torpedo Factory

Posted by Editorial / Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery

Photo courtesy of Dianne Thomas.

‘Parades’ on display at Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery

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Cuban embassy reopens in D.C.; ‘Watchman’ sells 1.1 million copies

Posted by Editorial / Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

By Raquel DeSouza

El Nino may keep these record hot months coming
(Bloomberg

After the first week, Harper Lee’s “Go Set a Watchman” novel sells over 1.1 million copies
(The New York Times)

Loudoun County Board of Supervisors shoots down Dominion Virginia Power’s power line proposal for Poland Road
(WTOP)

The Cuban embassy reopens in Washington, D.C. since 1961
(The Hill)

McAuliffe and Virginia Republicans are at odds on whether or not to reinstate parole for nonviolent offenders
(The Washington Post)

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