There was plenty of news across Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia on Tuesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of some of the top stories from the past 24 hours.
When Luke Stone took himself out of the running on “The Bachelorette,” fans were left to wonder what would come next for the D.C. resident. It appears he just wrapped up filming “Bachelor in Paradise.”
A limited quantity of Pillsbury bread flour has been recalled in Virginia and nine other states because it is possibly contaminated with the E. coli pathogen.
The parents of three Falls Church children killed in an alleged drunk driving crash were present for a little library dedication in their honor this week.
A pair of shoplifters are wanted for tricking a beauty supply store worker and stealing high-end items.
It’s summer, and that means barbecue. And there will be no better place to get some than at the Giant National Capital Barbecue Battle taking place this weekend in downtown D.C.
A woman was arrested June 15 after she reportedly stabbed a man multiple times until he lost consciousness according to Prince William County Police.
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