Top news and notes from across Northern Virginia.

5. Severe storms possible Thursday

A severe thunderstorm with damaging wind gusts and large hail is possible Thursday afternoon and into the early evening, according to the National Weather Service.

Once showers leave the region, the next chance for rain will be Monday.

Search your zip code on our weather page for the latest local forecast.

4. Teen admits to murdering ex-girlfriend

The teenager accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend and leaving her body in a Fairfax County park pleaded guilty Wednesday to first-degree murder, reports WTOP.

Nebiyu Ebrahim was 17 years old when he strangled 16-year-old Jholie Moussa to death in January 2018. Two weeks later, her body was found in a shallow grave in Woodlawn Park, less than a mile from her home and walking distance from where Ebrahim lived with his parents.

3. Indecent exposure investigation

Police are searching for a man who has exposed himself in two separate incidents at the Target on New Guinea Road in Fairfax.

2. Justin Fairfax seeks criminal investigation

Lawyers for Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax is asking for criminal investigations into the sexual assault allegations made by two women, reports WJLA.

1. Fredericksburg moving slave auction block

Fredericksburg City Council voted 6-1 Tuesday to move the slave auction block from the corner of Charles and William streets to a new spot in the Fredericksburg Area Museum, reports NBC Washington.


Innovations in Flight Family Day and Outdoor Aviation Display will be Saturday, June 15, at Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly.


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