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  • Monday January 04th, 2016
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Three people have kicked off the new year by winning $1 million from the Virginia Lottery. The drawing in the lottery’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle was held Friday. Lottery officials say the winning tickets were sold in Hayes, South Boston and Suffolk. Six additional tickets are worth $25,000. Two of those tickets were sold in Arlington. The others were sold in Hampton, Norfolk, ...
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  • Monday January 04th, 2016
    Virginia State Police were called to a deadly single vehicle crash in Lancaster County early Saturday morning. The crash occurred at 1:19 a.m. on River Road, near Nuttsville Road.  The investigating officer, R.M. Reed concluded that a 1991 Ford Crown Victoria was traveling north on River Road when it ran off the road, striking a tree and catching fire. The driver of the vehicle died at the ...
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  • Tuesday December 29th, 2015
    RICHMOND, Va. – Five fatal crashes over the Christmas holiday weekend resulted in the deaths of one pedestrian, one moped operator and three drivers on Virginia’s highways. The deaths occurred in Bedford and Surry counties, and the cities of Hampton, Newport News and Richmond. Alcohol was a factor in at least two of the five fatal crashes. As of Dec. 28, 2015, preliminary reports indicate 732 individuals ...
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  • Tuesday December 29th, 2015
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Donald Trump has blasted the Republican Party of Virginia via Twitter for its plan to require that 2016 primary voters sign a statement confirming they are Republicans. According to media outlets, Trump says the requirement could discourage independent and first-time voters from casting primary ballots in Virginia, where primaries are open to all registered voters. In one of a series of tweets, ...
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  • Wednesday December 23rd, 2015
    RICHMOND (AP) – A Virginia ethics commission issued its recommendations Tuesday, including a proposal that would increase the pay of the state’s part-time legislators. In addition to that new proposal and others, the commission also revived proposals that failed to emerge from the 2015 session of the General Assembly. They include creating an independent panel to enforce ethics violations by public officials and a separate redistricting ...
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  • Wednesday December 23rd, 2015
    By Rachel Weiner and Laura Vozzella | The Washington Post A German diplomat’s son convicted of murder in Virginia in a case that has attracted international attention will not be allowed to go back to his native country. Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Tuesday denied a transfer petition from Jens Soering, who is serving two life sentences for a 1985 double murder. “The Governor and his team carefully reviewed ...
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  • Wednesday December 23rd, 2015
    RICHMOND – Two places of recreation—a historic district centering on the iconic Natural Bridge in Rockbridge County and William Byrd Park in Richmond, as well as a nearby residential development and a neighborhood on the west side of the city park, and a rural historic district in Rappahannock County are among eleven historic sites added to the Virginia Landmarks Register earlier this month. The Natural Bridge ...
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