Our network

COMMUNITY ALERT: Share this Sketch to find the Alexandria killer

COMMUNITY ALERT: Share this Sketch to find the Alexandria killer

ALEXANDRIA (WUSA9) -- Alexandria Police and WUSA9 are teaming up to share this sketch as many times as possible throughout the city and the surrounding areas.

The man in the sketch is possibly responsible for three different murders in the City of Alexandria. 

Click the Facebook button on this article or the Tweet button to send this to all of your friends, family and your community. 

Text the word ALEXANDRIA to 25543 for text alerts (standard text message rates apply) about the case and any developments in the investigation. 

Community Sponsors

A local Northern Virginia Mover with an international brand.
Professional Services for Ladies & Gentlemen
Innovative Workplace Solutions

MANASSAS UTILITIES NOW OFFERS E-BILLING TO ITS CUSTOMERS

MANASSAS UTILITIES NOW OFFERS E-BILLING TO ITS CUSTOMERS

City of Manassas residents can now use a more convenient way of receiving and paying their utility bill online. They have the option to pay by electronic check for free or pay a nominal fee to use their credit card. As of Sept. 1, the City of Manassas had more than 800 customers that have paid bills online, and almost 500 are using e-billing, enabling electronic notifications of due dates. For more information, go to www.manassascity.org or call 703-257-8219.

Customers choosing to pay their bills by mail or in-person, can continue to do so.

For those customers who register for e-billing now through Nov. 30, they will be automatically entered for a raffle to win an Ipod Nano.

Concierge breaks into VA apartment, drinks alcohol


ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- A concierge at a Arlington apartment building broke into a resident's apartment and drank their alcohol, police said.

Brooke Chrzan, 27, of Bethesda, Md. has been charged with burglary.


Chrzan, the front desk concierge at apartments in the 1400 block of N. Taft Street, was caught on an in-home video camera, police said.


She was released on unsecured bond, according to police.

ID=4462025


VA teen falls 20 ft. at VA community center


ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- An Arlington teenager was taken to the hospital after falling twenty feet on to the pavement on Tuesday, police reported.

The 17-year-old was at the Arlington Mill Community Center on Tuesday afternoon when the fall occurred, the Arlington County Police Department said.

The injuries were believed to be non-life-threatening, the teen was taken to Fairfax Hospital, police said.


Community Sponsors

Professional Services for Ladies & Gentlemen
A local Northern Virginia Mover with an international brand.
Innovative Workplace Solutions

NYC’s BROADWAY DANCER CENTER’s ELITE COMES TO METRO SCHOOL of the ARTS

NYC’s BROADWAY DANCER CENTER’s ELITE COMES TO METRO SCHOOL of the ARTS

Broadway Dance Center of New York City is the epicenter of elite dance training; some of their veteran dance staff are visiting Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) along with international dance teachers from New Zealand, Japan and Brazil. Classes are taught at the MSA Alexandria studio at 5775 Barclay Drive, and include master dance classes in street jazz, Broadway jazz, hip-hop, contemporary, rhythm tap, ballet, and Broadway tap on Sat., Sept. 20, from 3:15 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. and Sun., Sept. 21 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. For registration and class fees, go to www.metrpolitanarts.org.

“We’re honored to have such well-trained instructors from all over the world visit our studio, each with their own dance expertise, they share their skill and experience with our students from a real-world perspective,” said Melissa Dobbs, president of Metropolitan School of the Arts in Lorton and Alexandria, Va.

9/11 fallen heroes to be awarded medals


ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- As we approach the September 11th. anniversary, thousands of people who lost their lives are being honored. The men and women who died during the terrorist attacks in Pennsylvania, New York, and at the Pentagon will be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.

One hundred eighty four people died at the Pentagon during the terrorist attack.

Truly-Life Open Garden, Sunday September 7th

Truly-Life Open Garden, Sunday September 7th

Truly-Life is hosting the third annual Open Garden to show visitors where skin care grows. The Open Garden is hosted in a small sustainable urban garden providing complete meals, a natural escape from the city hustle, and supports a skin care product business. Visit to see the loofahs before the fall harvest.

Wellness partner, The Healing Tree will give an Introduction to Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) by Maryellen Thorp, Owner of The Healing Tree. Mobilize your inner resources to help manage your personal health, wellbeing and healing. The systematic approach is based on your inner capacities for relaxation, paying attention, awareness and insight.