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  • Monday March 16th, 2015
    By STEVE SZKOTAK Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Opponents of the proposed Virginia route of a 550-mile natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to North Carolina have launched a campaign to enlist more allies in their fight. The “All Pain, No Gain Campaign” delivered that message Sunday in paid media spots in central and western Virginia markets. The campaign says all Virginians have a stake in the ultimate ...
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  • Friday March 13th, 2015
    A man sav­agely attacked his estranged wife out­side a Mid­dle­sex County day­care cen­ter, and now police are actively try­ing to hunt him down and bring him in. 30 year old William Nel­son Jr. of Deltaville attacked his estranged wife last Thurs­day, March 5th in Mid­dle­sex County. The woman ended up with mul­ti­ple cuts on her face after she had sim­ply gone to the day care ...
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  • Friday March 13th, 2015
    An Essex County man was recently arrested fol­low­ing a pur­suit in Rich­mond County. It all began when deputies started chas­ing a Toy­ota Camry on New­land Road, and then down Chest­nut Hill Road, where the Toy­ota lost con­trol in the inter­sec­tion of Chest­nut and Menokin, and slammed into a build­ing. The dri­ver took off on foot , but was quickly caught by deputies. Now, Otis Red­ding Fisher ...
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  • Friday March 13th, 2015
    As the for­mer gov­er­nor and his wife await their fates, another Vir­ginia law­maker has com­pleted his sen­tence for a mis­de­meanor stem­ming from a sex scan­dal. 57 year old Del­e­gate Joe Mor­ris­sey on Tues­day, was released from Hen­rico Jail East in New Kent County. The Hen­rico County law­maker had been on a work-release pro­gram that allowed him to spend his nights in jail and days at the ...
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  • Friday March 13th, 2015
    Vir­ginia Gov. Terry McAu­li­ffe is going to Cuba later this year as part of an eco­nomic devel­op­ment and trade mis­sion. McAu­li­ffe made the announce­ment on Tues­day at the Governor’s Con­fer­ence on Agri­cul­tural Trade in Rich­mond. Today, reports indi­cate that the gov­er­nor has five other eco­nomic devel­op­ment trips planned by the end of the year. He’s look­ing to head to Cuba by the mid­dle of the year, ...
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  • Friday March 13th, 2015
    In a strange case, a man has been con­victed of charges includ­ing aggra­vated sex­ual bat­tery by a par­ent or guardian, and object sex­ual pen­e­tra­tion on a vic­tim under the age of 17 from prison; over the tele­phone. Thur­man Williams was in Hay­nesville pen­i­ten­tiary, where pros­e­cu­tors said he did it all over the tele­phone while the child was in Vir­ginia Beach. The most impli­cat­ing pieces of evi­dence ...
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  • Thursday March 12th, 2015
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Henrico County has confirmed its second positive rabies case this week. County police say in a news release that animal protection officers responded to a call Monday about a dog fighting with an injured raccoon. The raccoon’s remains were submitted to the state laboratory for testing. The rabies diagnosis was confirmed Wednesday. A day earlier, rabies was confirmed in another raccoon that attacked ...
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