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  • Wednesday April 13th, 2016 Arrington
    WOODBRIDGE, Va.— Police say a Virginia woman stabbed her 3-month-old baby with a kitchen knife when the girl wouldn’t stop crying, sending the baby to the hospital. A Prince William County Police incident report issued Monday says 35-year-old Leah Arrington of Woodbridge is being held without bond on a charge of aggravated malicious wounding. According to police, Arrington was watching the girl Saturday afternoon in the family ...
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  • Wednesday April 13th, 2016 earth Day
    The Northumberland Association of Progressive Stewardship will be sponsoring several booths at the Heathsville Earth Day celebration on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Citizens Climate Lobby booth will present “Indicators of Climate Change” and display graphics of the impacts of current drought, temperature increases, sea level rise and storms. Information includes what residents of the Northern Neck can expect as sea levels ...
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  • Tuesday April 12th, 2016 crime-solvers
    Lancaster County Crimestoppers is trying to find a few people who are wanted for various crimes. 44 year old Kenneth Phipps is wanted for failure to appear in court. Phipps is 5’11”, 320 lbs., long black braids, brown eyes, scar on upper lip. His last known address was 1020 Summit Rd, Littleton, NC. He may now possibly be living in Westmoreland County according to investigators.   27 ...
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  • Tuesday April 12th, 2016 Cmdr Lin
    WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. defense officials say a Navy officer with access to classified information is accused of passing military secrets to China or Taiwan, or both. A document that describes multiple charges against Lt. Cmdr. Edward C. Lin accuses him of failing to report foreign contacts and says that on multiple occasions he gave or attempted to give secret national defense information to representatives of ...
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  • Tuesday April 12th, 2016 virginia_seal
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has proposed making significant changes to a bill that sought to allow the state to force condemned inmates to die in the electric chair when lethal injection drugs aren’t available. The Democratic governor’s amendment to the bill would give the state to power to compound lethal injection drugs needed for executions. It also would allow the state to ...
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  • Monday April 11th, 2016 coast_guard
    The Navy and the Coast Guard are currently searching off the coast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina today, for a sailor who was reported missing from the USS Carter Hall Saturday afternoon following a headcount around 4:20PM. The sailor is a junior petty officer, but no other information will be released until 24 hours after the family is notified. The Carter Hall is based at ...
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  • Monday April 11th, 2016 st-johns-church-damage-01
    Some are calling it a miracle… a stack of Bibles that had been stored at St. John’s Baptist Church in Tappahannock survived the tornado that destroyed the historic church. The Bibles and song books, about two dozen in all, were found among the ruins of the 145-year-old church in an area that otherwise resembled a war zone. Bible study had been scheduled for that night, ...
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