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I-95 Mess, '19 Kids,' Murder Charge, Streetcar Talks, and GOP as 'Final Spasm of Still-Fresh Corpse'

Plus, some pretty dumb kids busted on video.

Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar with 12 of their children made a campaign stop in Fredericksburg. (Patch photo by Susan Larson.)
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar with 12 of their children made a campaign stop in Fredericksburg. (Patch photo by Susan Larson.)
In part campaign rally, part church service, a hefty portion of the Duggar family of "19 Kids and Counting" fame showed up to stump (and preach) on behalf of Ken Cuccinelli's gubernatorial campaign and for E.W. Jackson, the GOP candidate for lieutenant governor.

Those Duggars are the lead today in our daily digest of news from around our Patches in Virginia and Washington, DC. That, and more, below.

'19 Kids and Counting' VA Style: Duggars Campaign in Fredericksburg

3 Passages on the Shutdown: 'Final Spasm of a Still-Fresh Corpse'

Tractor-Trailer Accident on I-95 Snarls Traffic for Hours

What One Son Learned When His Father Went Missing

Driver Who Plowed Car Through Entrance to Neighborhood Arrested

Wolf Trap Elementary 2nd-Grader Pens Poem About Vienna

Woman Arrested for Leaving Children in Car While Shopping at BJ's

Man Robs Woodbridge GNC at Gunpoint

Northern Virginia Streetcar Coalition to Host Discussion in Del Ray

Democrats Protest Cuccinelli Fundraiser in Old Town Alexandria

Microsoft Store to Host Midnight Celebration of Surface 2 Tablets

Judge Refuses to Lower Bond for Man Accused of Killing Mark Waugh

Business Robbed, But Police Recognize Suspects on Security Video

Fairfax City's Chocolate Festival to Give to Local Organizations

New Giardino Restaurant Opens in Kings Park Shopping Center

3 Arrested, 2 Charged After Investigation of Reported Car Break-ins

Police: Cell Phone, Motorcycle Reported Stolen in Franconia District

Jewelry, Money, Vehicles Reported Stolen in Mount Vernon District


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