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Past articles by Alanea:

Virginia has the highest vehicle property tax in the country, new study shows

The effective vehicle tax rate in the Commonwealth is 3.96%. → Read More

Trump served wrongful death lawsuit in connection to death of Capitol Police Officer

The suit was filed on January 6th this year by Officer Brian Sicknick's longtime girlfriend Sandra Garza. It seeks $10 million from Trump and two others. → Read More

VIDEO: Kayakers save pilot after crash into frozen lake

A new video from the body-worn camera of an Anne Arundel County Police Officer shows the rescue of the pilot from the frozen waters. → Read More

Virginia businesses who violated COVID policies could be reimbursed for fines and fees

"While we can’t undo the damage done during the Northam administration, we are taking action going forward to end COVID-era draconian overreach," Youngkin said. → Read More

Maryland brewery stocks little free libraries with banned books

The brewery plans to focus on five Little Free Libraries in Frederick and Baltimore in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Alexandria and Arlington in Virginia. → Read More

Early voting has begun in Virginia. Here's what you need to know

Commonwealth residents may vote in-person early from Sept. 23 through Nov. 5 for the general election. Polling places will be open until 5 p.m. → Read More

More than 100 beagles taken from Virginia dog breeding facility following animal abuse allegations

The Department of Justice is seeking a temporary restraining order against Envigo's breeding facility in Cumberland for allegedly violating the Animal Welfare Act. → Read More

Early voting for Virginia's primaries has begun. Here's what you need to know

From finding a polling place to voting by mail, here is everything you need to know to vote in Virginia's June 2022 primary election. → Read More

Roommates return from vacation to find all of their belongings gone, strangers lying on bed in empty apartment

The victims told officers the apartment was fully furnished when they left on vacation. When they returned, everything was gone, including the kitchen cabinets. → Read More

US Capitol Police, FAA respond to how parachute landing at Nats game led to Capitol evacuation

The US Capitol Police, FAA and Army all have statements on how a planned parachute landing at Nats Park led to an evacuation at the Capitol. → Read More

DC man pleads guilty to attempting to steal $31M in COVID relief funds

According to a release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, 30-year-old Elias Eldabbagh pleaded guilty Friday. → Read More

Virginia dog breeding facility accused of horrific animal welfare violations

The investigations claim the facility performed unnecessarily painful medical experiments on dogs and puppies, including euthanasia without sedatives. → Read More

2 dead, 9 injured when car crashes into outdoor seating area of DC restaurant, police say

BREAKING: Multiple people were injured after a car crashed into the outside seating area of a restaurant in Northwest, D.C. Friday afternoon, police say. → Read More

Starting Thursday, masks will be optional at Loudoun County Public Schools

Students still will be required to wear masks on buses, which is required by a federal order regarding public transportation. → Read More

Judge: Loudoun County teen who sexually assaulted classmates will not have to register as sex offender

The defense argued registering as a sex offender would get in the way of the boy having a successful life. → Read More

Virginia under state of emergency as season's 3rd winter storm moves into the area this weekend

The National Weather Service's initial forecast shows snow, sleet, ice and freezing rain could hit the Commonwealth. → Read More

Virginia religious youth leader arrested for sexually assaulting minors, police say

Police say a child told officers he was sexually assaulted during a private mentoring session that the suspect held in his bedroom. → Read More

Officers hurt in Jan. 6 insurrection to receive 12 months of care at Walter Reed Military Medical Center

The authorization makes it so officers hurt in the riot can receive medical assessments and treatment for injuries they may have received on January 6. → Read More

Fencing around US Capitol returns, USCP requests National Guard support ahead of Sept. 18 rally

Far right extremist groups are expected to attend a rally at the U.S. Capitol, demanding "justice" for the people charged in connection to the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot. → Read More

Three zebras on the loose in Maryland, animal control says

The group of zebras, often referred to as a "dazzle," have been roaming the area for 3-4 days after making their way of the owner's property, said Taylor. → Read More