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A new push to cut rush-hour traffic in Northern Virginia involves a partnership between Prince William, Stafford and Fauquier Counties and Marine Corps Base Quantico.
Drivers should add at least an extra 25 minutes to their commutes, if they travel Interstate 95 South near Quantico this weekend.
A Quantico woman will find out how much prison time she will receive for fatally shaking and fracturing the skull of a 9-month-old girl that had been left in her care.
For the second day in a row, northbound Interstate 95 had to be shut down for a crash involving a motorcycle and a tractor-trailer.
A Marine who worked at a rigorous school that tests Marines who want to become officers fatally shot two of his colleagues before killing himself in a barracks dorm room.
More detours and shutdowns are planned as part of the I-95 Express Lanes project, and drivers should be prepared for their commutes to get worse before they get better.
Commuters traveling the 25 miles from the Quantico Marine Corps Base to Fort Belvoir know how frustrating the stop-and-go trip along U.S. 1 can be. Prince William County officials say they hope state funding will be allocated for two major projects to improve traffic flow.
Questions surround the Quantico Police Department after an audit revealed that money, drugs and a gun have gone missing.