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The Army's largest post saw a record number of soldiers kill themselves in 2010 despite a mental health effort aimed at reversing the trend.
Learn more in today's DoD report
A local high school student died over the weekend in an apparent suicide - the fourth such case involving a Prince William County teenager in just over a month.
Tags: Prince William County Schools , Woodbridge Senior High School , David Huckestein , Petersburg , Woodbridge , Kirsten Adler , Brentsville District High School , Ken Blackstone , suicide prevention , suicide , teen suicides
The school year has taken a tragic turn at Brentsville High School in Prince William County.
Brentsville District High School students and the entire Nokesville community are in mourning this week after the death of senior Austin Trenum.
A steep rise in suicides among returning military service members has prompted the Pentagon to create a new office solely dedicated to studying this deadly effect of depression.
The rate of teen suicide in Anne Arundel County is significantly higher than the national average, according to a report released this month, and is the second most frequent cause of death for 10- to 17-year olds there.
VA's suicide prevention services make a difference. Veterans who used healthcare from the Department of Veterans Affairs were less likely to commit suicide. What is VA doing right?