Trump pushes immigration order in wake of London attack; Dominion might have overcharged customers

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Monday, June 5.

British police arrested 12 people in their investigation into the London attack on Saturday where three men drove a van into a crowd on the London Bridge and then stabbed people in Borough Market, killing seven. President Donald Trump used the attack to push his immigration order barring travel by people from six Muslim-majority countries, which is currently held up in court.
(ABC 7 News, The Washington Post)

Dominion Energy says it might have overcharged 24,000 small to mid-sized commercial customers between 2013 and 2016.
(Loudoun Times-Mirror)

More Virginia Democrats are competing in state and local elections in response to President Trump’s 2016 win and Republicans’ 66-34 majority in the Virginia House. Many of the candidates are pushing more progressive agendas in comparison to the traditionally centrist state party.
(The Washington Post)

Six candidates—three in each party—are competing in the primary for Virginia’s lieutenant governor.
(ABC 7 News)

Gov. Terry McAuliffe will sign two new bills at Forest Park High School in Woodbridge tomorrow that are geared toward reducing the number of student suicides.

Arlington Cinema Drafthouse announced its fall comedy lineup, which includes Jon Lovitz, Pauly Shore, Val Kilmer, Chris Gethard and more.