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PWC Police Report on Jan. 26, 2022

Early morning assault reported in locker room in Manassas.

Virginia’s new Attorney General reveals his legislative priorities

Attorney General Jason Miyares has announced his legislative priorities and goals for the 2022 General Assembly session. Included are making Virginia Parole Board member votes public records and subject to the Freedom of Information Act, Reversing legislation that banned mandatory reporting of sexual assaults at school and other crimes to law enforcement and Human Trafficking Training for Law-Enforcement Personnel.

Health Alerts for Vaccines, Testing and Hypothermia

Hypothermia is caused by prolonged exposures to very cold temperatures. When exposed to cold temperatures, your body begins to lose heat faster than it’s produced. Body temperature that is too low affects the brain, making the person unable to think clearly or move well. This makes hypothermia especially dangerous.

Prince Wm. Co. sets March 1, 2022 for change to 2022 Unit Price List

The Prince William County 2022 Unit Price List will go into effect on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. The effective date change is in response to industry members' requests, to allow more time for the adjustment, and publish the new UPL in excel format online.

AARP urges passage of Senate Bill 376 to lower prescription drug costs in Virginia

AARP Virginia Jan. 20 released the following statement from State Advocacy Director Natalie Snider after Senate Bill 376 was referred to the Senate Commerce & Labor committee for consideration. SB376 would establish a Prescription Drug Affordability Board with the authority to set upper payment limits on certain expensive drugs.

Governor declares state of emergency in advance of winter weather expected this week

Governor Glenn Youngkin declared a state of emergency today, Jan. 20, due to several rounds of winter weather that will impact several areas of the Commonwealth beginning Thursday and lasting through Saturday.

Bishop Burbidge to lead Jan. 21 March for Life in DC

On Friday, January 21, Bishop Michael F. Burbidge, Catholic Diocese of Arlington, will join Christendom College in leading the annual March for Life down Constitution Avenue towards the U.S. Supreme Court. As in past years, parishioners from most of the Diocese’s 70 parishes will also take to the streets in Washington on behalf of the right to life.

Suspect charged in Jan. 17 homicide

On Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022 the suspect sought in connection to the murder that occurred at the Raven Crest Apartments located in the 8100 block of Cobden Ct in Manassas on January 17 was arrested. The accused, identified as Maquan Omari MCCRAY, turned himself in at the Prince William-Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center.

Suspects arrested in weekend shootings

Weekend shootings reported. Suspects arrested.

Governor Youngkin announces additional key administration appointments

“This group of talented individuals will help me build on our Day One initiatives to restore excellence in education, make our communities safer, and open Virginia for business. We share a common vision that government should work for the people, and together we will implement an agenda that serves all Virginians,” said the Governor.

AARP urges passage of Senate Bill 376 to lower prescription drug costs in Virginia

Governor declares state of emergency in advance of winter weather expected this week

Bishop Burbidge to lead Jan. 21 March for Life in DC

Suspect charged in Jan. 17 homicide

Broadband expansion in Stafford

Suspects arrested in weekend shootings

Murder victim identified; police looking for Bristow man, 18

Dr. McDade issues letter on mask wearing at PWC Schools

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