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Virginia woman guilty in fatal distracted driving crash

It was the day after Thanksgiving and a Virginia family was sitting in their minivan at a stoplight about an hour southwest of McLean. The dad was driving, with the mom in the front passenger seat and their three young kids seated in the back.

Fairfax County high school coach killed in pedestrian accident

As many of our McLean readers know, our area's high school football community recently suffered a devastating loss. Fairfax County's James Madison High coach, Leonard A. Schultz, 52, was killed and his nephew critically injured in a crash this past weekend near a Capital Beltway interchange.

Danger ahead for Virginia road construction workers

When we think of dangerous jobs, it is often with police officers, firefighters, loggers, pilots and other traditionally risky occupations in mind. But a recent survey of contractors makes it clear that some of the most dangerous jobs are held by people we see in and around McLean every day: road construction workers.

"Textalyzer" could detect distracted driving

It is common here in McLean, across Virginia and throughout the nation: people driving while paying attention to their phones rather than the traffic. The results of distracted driving are predictable: car accidents that cause injuries and sometimes fatalities.

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