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Federal Aviation Administrator Randy Babbitt has been placed on a leave of absence after a drunk driving charge this weekend.
This week's arrest of an illegal immigrant charged in a fatal crash in Fairfax County is again focusing attention on federal efforts to detain aliens accused of drunken driving.
A trial date has been set for an illegal immigrant accused of driving drunk and killing a nun in Prince William County.
When it comes to accidents involving drunk drivers, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day are more than two and a half times more dangerous than the average day.
A recent spate of fatal accidents involving pedestrians have led some local administrators to consider redesigns to make the roads safer.
Another two pedestrians have died on local roads after being struck by a car, according to Montgomery County Police.
A Prince William County grand jury indicted 23-year-old Carlos Montano of Bolivia on murder charges. The charge carries a maximum of 40 years in prison if convicted.
The death of a local nun has refueled some of the debate over illegal immigration and federal immigration reform.
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For many of us, Memorial Day weekend means cookouts, the beach and the kickoff to summer, but this weekend also starts the most deadly time of the year for teenage drivers.