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Computer analysts in Fairfax County Public Schools are trying to protect the schools informantion after their computers were hacked on Friday. Maze, an internet hacking group, claims it stole the disciplinary reports of 15 students and their grades. School administrators say there was no disruption to the online learning program and the F-B-I is assisting in the investigation.  
 
A school in central Virginia is opening around a week later than anticipated. Richard Stelling explains...25  
 
A 17-year-old boy is still alive because of two alert off-duty lifeguards. On Sunday night the boy tried to swim across the Potomac River from Virginia to Maryland according to authorities, and almost drowned until the lifeguards jump in and saved him. Reports from Montgomery County say, the lifeguards quickly performed CPR on the teen and had him breathing again before emergency crews arrived. Rescue officials say they young man got about have way across the river when the current pulled him under.  
 
A teenager is in big trouble after he led police on a high speed chase yesterday morning. It began in Chesapeake when a Dodge Caravan passed an officer going over 100 miles-per-hour in a 55 mile-per-hour zone. The van struck another police vehicle after leading police through Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, and Norfolk. Six teenagers including the 14-year-old boy were taken into custody. There were no reports of any injuries


Posted: 09/14/2020 10:22:59 ET ATL

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