Top news and notes from across Northern Virginia.
5. Polls open for Primary Day
Democrats across the region (and Republicans in a single state Senate district) are heading to the polls Tuesday to pick candidates for the November ballot.
4. Teen wins $1M in lottery scratcher
An Alexandria 19-year-old is the Virginia Lottery’s latest $1 million winner. Logan Keator had some extra cash, so he decided to play the Virginia Lottery’s 20X The Money game, according to a news release.
“It feels crazy!” he told lottery officials as he claimed his prize. “I still can’t believe it!” The chances of winning the $1 million top prize in this game are 1 in 1.224 million.
3. Cuccinelli named to immigration post
Former Virginia Attorney General and Nokesville resident Ken Cuccinelli has been named acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service. It’s unclear if Trump will nominate Cuccinelli for the permanent position, which would require Senate confirmation.
2. Sunny, windy Tuesday
Expect sun and wind on Tuesday, with a high near 78 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Wednesday will be mostly sunny before showers and storms return to the forecast.
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1. Report: State tourism grows in 2018
Virginia tourism generated $26 billion in visitor spending in 2018, increasing 4.4 percent over 2017, according to a state report released Monday.
Tourism in 2018 supported 234,000 jobs in the state and provided $1.8 billion in state and local revenue, an increase of 2.9 percent compared to 2017.
SummerFest is Saturday, June 15, at Tackett’s Mill. There will be live entertainment, games, crafts and more.