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  • Monday January 16th, 2017
    By BEN NUCKOLS Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) – As a candidate, Donald Trump said he wanted to make America’s infrastructure great again. As president, he’ll have plenty of ways to get started in his new city. The Arlington Memorial Bridge across the Potomac River is in such bad shape that it’ll be closed to all vehicle traffic during the inauguration. The Metro subway system has deteriorated significantly over the ...
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  • Friday January 13th, 2017
    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) – An Alexandria man has been convicted of submitting bogus voter-registration forms while working for a progressive advocacy group. Thirty-year-old Vafalay Massaquoi pleaded guilty in Alexandria Circuit Court Thursday to a count of election fraud and two counts of forging public records. He was sentenced to time served plus 500 hours of community service. Commonwealth’s Attorney Bryan Porter said Massaquoi spent about 90 days ...
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  • Friday January 13th, 2017
    Governor McAuliffe and the Virginia Council on Women have announced the Virginia Women’s Summit, entitled Engaging and Empowering Women to Lead Across the Commonwealth. The mission of Governor McAuliffe’s Virginia Women’s Summit is to engage and empower women across the Commonwealth to realize their full potential and lead in their communities, businesses, and government. The Virginia Women’s Summit will take place on Thursday, March 30th, from ...
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  • Thursday January 12th, 2017
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – The Latest on the Virginia General Assembly’s 2017 legislative session starting (all times local): 7:10 p.m. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is touting his record at growing and diversifying the state’s economy, but warning lawmakers that progress could be undermined by socially conservative legislation on abortion and transgender issues. McAuliffe’s remarks came Wednesday evening at the annual State of the Commonwealth, kicking off the start ...
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  • Thursday January 12th, 2017
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Attorney General Mark Herring says Virginia will use a $2 million federal grant to continue clearing out a backlog of untested rape kits and improve the way the state handles sex assault cases. Herring announced the funding at a news conference Wednesday. Last year, Virginia received a grant to begin analyzing nearly 2,000 rape kits that were untested as of June 30, 2014. ...
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  • Thursday January 12th, 2017
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Dozens of mental health workers and child advocates are urging Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe to spare the life of a convicted killer scheduled to be executed next week. More than 50 people sent a letter to McAuliffe this week asking him to support Ricky Gray’s request to have his sentence commuted to life in prison. Gray’s execution is scheduled for Jan. 18. Gray’s ...
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  • Wednesday January 11th, 2017
    SCHOOLS ESSEX COUNTY SCHOOLS-2 HOUR DELAY GLOUCESTER COUNTY SCHOOLS – CLOSED KING AND QUEEN COUNTY SCHOOLS-CLOSED KING WILLIAM COUNTY SCHOOLS-CLOSED LANCASTER COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSED – ESSENTIAL PERSONEL REPORT AT 10AM MATHEWS COUNTY SCHOOLS-CLOSED MIDDLESEX COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CLOSED NEW KENT COUNTY SCHOOLS- CLOSED NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSED – CODE 2. 12 MONTH EMPLOYEES REPORT AT 10AM RICHMOND COUNTY SCHOOLS-CLOSED, WEST POINT SCHOOLS -2 HOUR DELAY WESTMORELAND COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS – 2 HOUR DELAY   CHESAPEAKE BAY ...
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