Peggy Fox, wusa9

Peggy Fox

wusa9

Virginia, United States

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  • KYTX CBS19
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Recent articles by Peggy:

'One Fairfax' social, racial equity policy has some residents fearing return to forced busing

Families at overcrowded schools fear their concerns are getting overlooked. → Read More

Frustration grows over still- closed, flood-damaged roads in Fairfax, Co.

Frustration is growing over the lack of work being done on some flood-damaged roads in Fairfax County. VDOT hopes they'll reopen in Sept. → Read More

Teen who died in McLean trench collapse may not have been old enough to work there

Another construction company said it looked like the ditch was not sloped, as required by law. → Read More

Wife of Chantilly man killed by Maryland homeowner says it was a 'horrible mistake'

Wife says Gary Espinosa must have been "disoriented" thinking he was trying to get into their friend's house where they were staying → Read More

Metro riders coping with extreme heat as they wait for buses

Metro's summer closure of stations has riders outside waiting for buses. → Read More

Greenspring residents coping with deadly outbreak

A longtime resident says she's not worried, and Greenspring is handling the outbreak 'more strictly than necessary.' → Read More

Sweltering victims of floods now brace for high heat with no air conditioning

After floods knocked out their power, one neighborhood in Arlington says it 'couldn't have been any worse' as they deal with the heat...sans air conditioning. → Read More

NAACP criticizes Fairfax Co. Police over 'gang' label for recent shootings

Five people were injured in two shootings over two days. → Read More

Flooded property owners assess damage for possible disaster funds

Arlington County declared a state of emergency in an attempt to secure federal disaster relief money. → Read More

Arlington businesses struggle to re-open following flash flood

Westover Market and Beer Garden employees work hard to re-open, and Ayers Variety and Hardware Store worries it won't survive. → Read More

Virginia GOP lawmakers vote to end special session on gun legislation, just 90 minutes after it started

Democrats were left fuming and calling for voters to replace lawmakers who refuse gun legislation. → Read More

Pounding rains flood McLean roads, little league field

Flood waters destroyed part of Kirby Road where the swollen, raging Pimmit Run pushed over its banks. → Read More

Huge sinkhole swallows, crushes car in Dale City, Virginia

VDOT says a pipe carrying stream water burst in heavy rains. → Read More

Thieves target attendees of funerals, burial services in Fairfax County

Two men are suspected of stealing purses from parked cars in Fairfax County cemeteries. → Read More

Fear of ICE raids spurs 'know your rights' training to help undocumented immigrants

Service providers in Arlington learn legal tools to help immigrants protect themselves from deportation. → Read More

Fatal shooting of Bijan Ghaisar was self-defense, U.S. Park Police Officer says

Officer Alejandro Amaya files response to wrongful death lawsuit by Ghaisar family, a year and half after the shooting on George Washington Memorial Parkway. → Read More

Police: Teens went on local rec center crime spree, stealing cash and pooping in pool

Police say two teens stole safes and cash and even pooped in one pool. → Read More

George Mason University renames largest building on campus after former NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson

Katherine G. Johnson Hall will be the new name for the former Bull Run Hall. The university will also create a scholarship in Johnson’s name. → Read More

Lawsuit seeks to stop historic Justice Hugo Black home from renovation

'Theoretically, you could add a hot tub to Monticello and it might make it more convenient... but the bottom line is, a historic structure is a historic structure.' → Read More

Controversy erupts over proposal to remember Leesburg lynching victim

NAACP is calling for Councilman Tom Dunn to resign over his comments on a Juneteenth proclamation. → Read More