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Wife of ex-Virginia governor: Corruption trial was unfair

Fox 5 WTTG Politics - - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00:22:00 EDT

Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell':s legal team said in court filings Monday that her convictions on several public corruption charges are based on an overly broad definition of bribery and that she did not...

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Bob McDonnell's wife: Corruption trial was unfair

Daily Press Business News - ALAN SUDERMAN - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 04:07:00 GMT

Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell's legal team said in court filings Monday that her public corruption conviction is based on an overly broad definition of bribery and that she did not receive a fair trial owing to mistakes by the presiding federal judge.

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Ex-Va. governor's wife: Corruption trial was unfair

Virginia NBC29 News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 23:13:00 EDT

Former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell says her public corruption conviction is based on an overly broad definition of bribery and she did not receive a fair trial due to a number of mistakes made by the presiding...

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Va. man charged with attempted robbery in golf course incident calls it a misunderstanding over golf cart

Fox 5 WTTG News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 22:52:00 EDT

A Virginia man was arrested in the middle of the night in front of his family. He claims all he did was drive a golf cart on the grass, but police have a different story to tell.

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Ever connected by smartphones, young professionals learn face to face negotiation

WDBJ 7 Lynchburg News - - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 02:45:17 GMT

How to get a better job, better pay, or a better loan rate are just some a few things you can do with negotiation. The Young Professionals of Central Virginia sponsored the event drawing upon years of experience from three well-trained negotiators.

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Colonial Williamsburg offers pass to pay for a day, return for the year

Savy Shopper Bolg - Nicole Paitsel - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00:51:00 GMT

Colonial Williamsburg is offering Virginia residents the chance to purchase a pass that will allow them to return all season for the price of a single-day ticket. 

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Notebook: Kirby's uncertain status likely to shake up rotation

The Daily Progress - Sports - aramspacher@dailyprogress.com(Andrew Ramspacher) - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 20:40:00 -0400

Virginia baseball coach Brian O’Connor delivered some news Monday concerning one of his top pitchers from the Richmond area.

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Accident Closes Route 250 in Augusta County

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00:08:21 GMT

Virginia State Police responded to an accident on Route 250 near Brand Station Road in Augusta County on Monday evening.

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Order outlines $3.2 million payments in Chinese drywall case

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 20:04:00 EDT

A federal court has released $3.2 million to be divided among seven Virginia homeowners and their lawyers from a manufacturer of defective Chinese drywall.

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Virginia's Fresh Spot campaign targets access to healthy foods

Daily Press Business News - Prue Salasky - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 23:13:00 GMT

More than one in four Virginians have difficulty finding fresh fruits and vegetables to purchase in their communities, according to results of a Fresh Spot survey released by the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth on Monday.

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Focus on children as Virginia cabinet secretaries visit Roanoke School

WDBJ 7 Roanoke News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 23:00:33 GMT

Three members of the Governor's Cabinet put the focus on children Monday, during a visit to the Roanoke Valley. Virginia's secretaries of education, health and commerce toured Fallon Park Elementary, a school they say is getting a lot of things right despite significant challenges.

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Va. man cited in two-car accident involving state trooper

Virginia NBC29 News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 18:52:00 EDT

Virginia State Police are investigating a weekend traffic accident involving a state trooper in Alleghany County.

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UVa Women's Golf Reflects on First Ever ACC Championship

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 18:01:00 EDT

The 11th ranked Wahoos turned in the greatest performance in the 27-year history of the ACC tournament shooting a 27-under par 837, the lowest score in ACC tournament history. Virginia beat second-place Duke by 26 strokes.

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Traffic dodging Route 7 turkey euthanized in Sterling

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The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries on Monday euthanized a turkey that for weeks had caused traffic problems on Route 7 near CountrySide Boulevard in Sterling.

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Virginia Department of Health responding to HIV outbreak in Indiana

Daily Press Tidewater Crime News - Prue Salasky - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 21:23:00 GMT

Health specialists from Virginia are on their way to Indiana today,(April 20), lending their expertise to that state’s HIV outbreak response, reported the Virginia Department of Health late Monday afternoon.

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UVA School of Nursing Holds Journal Competition

Charlottesville NBC29 Local News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 17:04:00 EDT

The University of Virginia School of Nursing's annual journal writing competition has named four finalists for 2015.

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ABC won't say much about internal investigations

NBC12 News Richmond - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 17:02:00 EDT

Results are still pending in a Virginia State Police investigation into the use of force by Alcohol Beverage Control officers when they arrested a University of Virginia student. Investigations like that one are rare, records show.

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VDOT Making Progress on Augusta County Projects

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 20:11:13 GMT

The Virginia Department of Transportation held its monthly update meeting with the county's board of supervisors on Monday afternoon.

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DMV Celebrates Energy Efficiency Successes for Earth Day
Headquarters Project Reduced Energy Consumption by 39 Percent

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In recognition of Earth Day, April 22, the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is celebrating the success of energy efficiency projects throughout the state.

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State Police Investigating Dead Body Found in Augusta County

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 19:23:04 GMT

The Virginia State Police is investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a female discovered in Augusta County Sunday afternoon.

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Community Foundation hosting magic show

SWVa Today - news - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 15:06:00 -0400

West Virginia native and Bluefield High School graduate Michael Ammar last dazzled area fans with his “close-up” slight-of-hand magic performance, in August of 2011. The Community Foundation of the Vi

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Police shootings not up, news coverage is

WDBJ 7 National News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 19:19:44 GMT

It feels like every week, a name is added to the list: another man, often black and unarmed, has died at the hands of police.

Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Jason Harrison, Walter Scott, Eric Harris, Freddie Gray, to name a few.

The headlines make it feel as if the country is experiencing an unprecedented wave of police violence, but experts say that isn't the case. We're just seeing more mainstream media coverage, and for a variety of reasons.

Let's be clear: That's just each expert's sense of things. We rely on hunches because real numbers don't exist, likely because no one thought it important to keep a tally until recently.

Chat with a publisher or editor at one of the country's African-American newspapers, and she or he can tell you they've been covering these cases for a long time.

How long?

"We've been in business for 130 years," said Robert Bogle, president and CEO of The Philadelphia Tribune, without a hint of sarcasm.

"What is being exposed nationally is something that's been troubling us in Philadelphia as African-Americans," he said. "Yes, we have written about it. We've talked about it. This is the African-American experience, and for some reason non-African-Americans don't believe it."

Sea change?

They're starting to believe it, thanks to cell phones, said Cedric Alexander, the DeKalb County, Georgia, deputy COO of public safety and president of the National Order of Black Law Enforcement Executives.

"Black and brown people have been making these complaints for years, but they fell on deaf ears because no one wanted to believe some officers would act that way," he said.

After video of Cleveland police killing the 12-year-old Rice outside a recreation center, New York police choking Garner as he cried "I can't breathe" and Scott being repeatedly shot in the back as he fled an officer, the public's skepticism is waning, he said.

People are realizing, "Wow, they really did shoot this guy in the back. Wow. Oh, s**t, there's some truth to this," Alexander said.

Black newspaper executives feel the videos lend credibility not only to black victims' versions of events in specific situations, but also to their versions of events historically. Where a victim's race could affect a story's perceived veracity, video permits no such prejudice.

Alexander concurred, citing a common dilemma for inner-city kids: "If police say that's what happened and you don't have something to prove otherwise, you're screwed."

Had there been no video of Scott's shooting, Bogle said, the public might have believed Officer Michael Slager's story that he'd been attacked and had no choice but to fatally shoot Scott.

The video, though, taken by a bystander who happened upon the incident, showed Scott running as Slager shot him in the back. Slager now stands charged with Scott's murder.

"When you have clear evidence that would contradict a different story, it's difficult to engage in denial," Bogle said.

Added Publisher Tracey Williams-Dillard of the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, another African-American newspaper: "Things are being recorded by others. There's now no way it can be disputed."

Where are the numbers?

Today, it seems like there's a stat for everything.

Want to know the most common offense for which people are incarcerated? No problem. Need to know the percentage of fatal plane crashes caused by pilot error? Easy. The score of every Monday Night Football game since 1990? A breeze.

But if you want to know how many times a police officer has killed someone in the line of duty, you're out of luck.

"It's really ridiculous we don't have that count," said David Klinger, an associate criminology professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. "For whatever reason, the powers that be that collect data for the feds ... decided that how often police kill people doesn't matter."

Despite that the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 required the government to keep "data about the use of excessive force by law enforcement officers," no such database exists. A study published 14 years ago sought to nail down numbers, but its author conceded to CNN that only 564 of the nation's 18,000 law enforcement entities participated.

The closest thing to a statistic is the FBI's assertion that police were responsible for about 400 "justifiable homicides" annually between 2008 and 2012.

Even if there were an accurate count, Klinger said, we'd still be "missing a huge part of the picture when it comes to deadly force." Cops tend to shoot to kill -- and gunfire is the predominant means by which police kill suspects -- so more illuminating would be knowing how many times police opened fire, period, he said.

Can videos end cycle?

Bogle doesn't need statistics, he said. It wasn't many generations ago that black Americans could not find justice in lynchings and other racially motivated crimes, he said, explaining that extrajudicial killings by police are just a continuation.

"Black Americans and black Philadelphians have been talking about and addressing these issues, to no avail," he said. "There's no way to actually determine that there's more or less. What's occurred is there are more ways to expose it."

Not only are we in a better position to capture video of police misbehavior today, we're also better equipped to disseminate the footage. Instantaneity is important, he said.

Events that 10 years ago would've come down to a suspect's word versus an officer's are now recorded on cell phones and officers' body and dashboard cameras. And where a news reporter could have taken days to travel to a city, find and interview witnesses and obtain a police narrative, a bystander can post video of a police encounter to the Internet minutes after it happens.

"That's critical. If you see an incident a week later, that has an impact on the reaction," Bogle said. "It's not a timely event, and people's reactions are different."

Because humans are visual creatures, videos impact people more than might a written or spoken narrative, and many experts feel the images help drive coverage of the incidents.

"It not only feels like there's more coverage, there is more coverage. ... It's not a perception, it's definitely real," Williams-Dillard said.

Don't expect the videos to be a panacea for the violence, said Klinger, who counts police use of force among his research interests. Yes, video can refute a lie, but just as police have lied about suspects, suspects have lied about police as well.

"Most of the time when there's video, it demonstrates the officer did the right thing," he said. "I think it's going to cut both ways. ... We're going to have a bunch of cried wolf."

A 'sensitized' nation?

People's attitudes are changing as well, said Irv Randolph, managing editor of The Philadelphia Tribune. Not only do you have people as influential as Attorney General Eric Holder speaking out, but civil rights is "front and center in terms of what young people are protesting against."

Look no further than the rallies for Trayvon Martin, the teen killed in 2012 by a Florida neighborhood watch volunteer, or Scott in North Charleston. The protests drew diverse crowds, Randolph noted.

Likewise, the nonfatal but still racially charged incidents at two major American colleges -- the arrest of a black student at the University of Virginia and racist chants by fraternity members at the University of Oklahoma -- were condemned by folks of all races, he said.

"People are saying they're not going to tolerate this anymore," Randolph said.

Asked which factor -- videos, social media or attitudes -- was driving the recent spate of media coverage, Alexander said, "I think it's all of the above."

The nation, and especially its "communities of color," is more "sensitized now to any contact with police," he said.

But he's reluctant to put the recent shootings under a single umbrella. For one, race isn't always a factor in police brutality, he said, pointing out that the California man beaten after running from police on a horse, as well as James Boyd, the mentally ill man killed by Albuquerque police last year, were white.

The circumstances in many of the shootings also require that they be scrutinized differently, he said.

Similar yet different

In the Scott case, it's "disturbing" to see Slager open fire on the 50-year-old, said Alexander, who has worked in a variety of local, state and federal law enforcement capacities since 1977.

"Something is wrong with that officer there," he said. "Walter Scott was no threat. He wasn't even able to run well when you watch the tape. We can pretty much clearly see that this guy was no threat to the officer."

In Tulsa, Oklahoma, you have a septuagenarian reserve deputy providing containment in a "high-threat undercover gun sale" who shoots Eric Harris with his gun instead of his Taser. The debate has revolved around the deputy's age, stress level and the fact he was a benefactor to the police department.

And in Ferguson, Missouri, you have a police shooting -- ruled justified by investigators -- occurring in a town that the Justice Department determined "was deliberately, outright, straight-up racist," Alexander said.

You have three different shootings involving a white officer and black victim, yet they involve wholly different sets of circumstances, he said.

It's also important to remember that there are far more good police officers than bad ones, and just like the media has failed to tell the stories about police violence against minorities, "there are officers out jumping in front of bullets and doing the right thing, and those stories aren't being told as well."

"Don't paint your whole police department as bad guys," Alexander said. "I support police, but the bad ones, we need to go in and pull those guys out. We need police, and police need community, and there's a lot of good cops doing good work out there everyday."

Bogle, The Tribune CEO, agreed, saying, "Just like there are some bad police, there are bad people out there, no doubt, that need to be taken off our streets."

He'd like to see people participating more in surveillance and crime prevention in their neighborhoods, while police should receive more training and return to a community-oriented model, he said.

"There needs to be training because we're not going to end how people feel about each other," he said. "We need a good, strong police force, but we don't need them adding to the problem because they don't understand who is living in these communities."

Yet no matter how much people participate and how many policing reforms are enacted, the American public is fickle and "law enforcement, by nature, is contentious, not just in the black community," Klinger said.

Just as support for the death penalty spikes during periods of high crime in the country, that support drops when crime is down, Klinger said. He suspects police use of force follows a similar pattern.

"Everybody loved the cops on September 12," he said.



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Severe thunderstorm watch issued for much of Central VA

NBC12 News Richmond - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 15:13:00 EDT

The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm watch for much of Central Virginia effective through 10 p.m. Monday.

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AG Karl Racine/Mayor Bowser's Turf Battle: VA Ethics Reform: Cap/Wizards

ABC 7 WJLA DC News - Quanicia Alston - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 13:40:00 EST

DC Attorney General Karl Racine talked about his turf battle with the mayor.

WAMU reporter Michael Lee Pope looked at the ethics reform legislation approved by Virginia lawmakers.

And SportsTalk's Alex Parker provided a Capitals and Wizards update. Watch today's full hour in the clips below. Click "Continue Reading" to see remaining segments. brightcove.createExperiences(): brightcove.createExperiences(): brightcove.createExperiences():

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Ohio State's starting QB for opener at Virginia Tech no clearer after spring game

Daily Press UVA Sports News - David Teel - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 17:30:00 GMT

Virginia Tech has been a double-digit home underdog twice in the last 20 years, with the third almost certain to be next season’s opener against Ohio State. Indeed, the online gambling site 5Dimes has set an early line of 19.5 points.

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Crews to Make Exterior Repairs to Virginia Capitol

Capital Square NBC29 News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 10:05:00 EDT

The Virginia Capitol's exterior is getting a recoating and other repair work. The project will begin on Monday and is expected to take up to five months to complete.

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Fewer SOL tests for Louisa elementary students

The Central Virginian News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 13:00:26 +0000

The Virginia General Assembly reduced the number of Standards of Learning tests that elementary school students will take beginning this year. Third-graders will no longer take science or history tests and the fifth-grade writing test has been removed from the equation. In addition, sixth and seventh-graders will no longer have to take the history tests.

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Crews to Make Exterior Repairs to Va. Capitol

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 13:11:26 GMT

The Virginia Capitol's exterior is getting a recoating and other repair work.

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Flood warning in effect until 9:30am, Patrick Schools delay opening

Martinsville Daily - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 10:41:53 +0000

The National Weather Service in Blacksburg has issued a flood warning in North Carolin for northeastern Stokes County and northwestern Rockingham County, and in Virginia for Patrick, Franklin, and western Henry County until 9:30am. Some locations experiencing flooding include Stuart, Stoneville, Sandy Ridge, Woolwine, and Spencer. River gages along the Smith River indicated flooding between […:]

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Va. Beach chief: Use of stun gun on teen violated policy

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Mon, 20 Apr 2015 12:12:00 EDT

Virginia Beach':s police chief says an officer violated the department':s excessive force policy when he used a stun gun on a teenager during a traffic stop.

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McAuliffe says Hillary Clinton's message will play in Virginia

Roanoke Times Dispatch - News - acain@timesdispatch.com(Andrew Cain) - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 23:45:00 -0400

Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Sunday that Hillary Rodham Clinton’s message “fits perfectly” with where he is trying to take Virginia as governor.

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McAuliffe on Meet the Press: Hillary can win VA, trust of voters

NBC12 News Richmond - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 22:34:00 EDT

In a spirited interview with NBC's Chuck Todd Sunday, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Hillary Clinton can win Virginia with a progressive agenda, citing his own success running for governor in 2013.

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No. 9 Miami Defeats Virginia, 8-6, in Series Finale

WHSV - Sports - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 23:12:00 GMT

The Virginia baseball team fell 8-6 to No. 9 Miami Sunday at Davenport Field as the Hurricanes (30-11, 15-6 ACC) salvaged the final game of the series. Virginia (24-15, 9-12) took two of three games in the series as it won its sixth straight series against Miami.

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Black Student Alliance calls for sweeping changes at UVa

The Daily Progress - news - dseal@dailyprogress.com(dseal) - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 21:52:00 -0400

The Black Student Alliance at the University of Virginia is calling for numerous changes at UVa in a 27-page document containing more than a dozen recommendations for the university in “acknowledging

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Number, Size of Virginia Farms in Decline

WHSV - News - Headlines - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 20:46:01 GMT

Federal statistics show the number and size of Virginia farms declined in 2014.

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West Virginia's Joe Manchin says he'll run again for Senate

Fox 5 WTTG Politics - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 13:33:00 EDT

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia said on Sunday that he will run for re-election in 2018 rather than make a return bid for governor next year, saying he believes he can have the greatest impact by staying in...

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Virginia lawmakers approve $100 per year gift cap

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Virginia lawmakers passed new gift limits Friday that will make it much more difficult for them to be wined and dined by deep-pocketed lobbyists.

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Public comment invited on state's mental health policy

Daily Press Business News - Prue Salasky - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 20:58:00 GMT

As part of the ongoing overhaul of mental and developmental health services in the state, the Virginia department responsible is soliciting public input.

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UVa Baseball Falls 8-6 in Series Finale against #9 Miami

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 17:36:00 EDT

The Virginia baseball team couldn't complete the series sweep Sunday, as the Cavaliers lost 8-6 against #9 Miami at Davenport Field.

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UVa Women's Tennis Sweeps NC State 7-0 in Regular Season Finale

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 16:55:00 EDT

The 12th-ranked Virginia women's tennis team blanked NC State 7-0 in ACC action on Sunday (April 19) at Snyder Tennis Center. :

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Motorcycle crashes into state trooper's car at crash scene

NBC12 News Richmond - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 17:29:00 EDT

A Virginia State Police trooper's car was heavily damaged early Sunday when a motorcycle went off the road and crashed into the car parked at a earlier crash scene on Interstate 95 North.

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Number, size of Virginia farms decline in 2014

Fox 5 WTTG Virginia News - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 11:35:00 EDT

Federal statistics show the number and size of Virginia farms declined in 2014.

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Central VA Running Team to Run in Boston Marathon

Charlottesville NBC29 Local News - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 01:55:00 EDT

Central Virginia runners plan to compete in the big race on Monday. They say it's a chance to prove terrorism will not hold us back.

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UVa baseball Clinches ACC Series, Wins 5-2 Over Miami in Game Two

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 00:25:00 EDT

The Virginia baseball team rallied for four runs in the eighth inning to down No. 9 Miami, 5-2, Saturday afternoon in front of 4,228 spectators at Davenport Field. :

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Prince William Today, InsideNoVa.com win 22 awards in state newspaper contest

INSIDENOVA.COM - Manassas - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 00:00:00 -0400

Prince William Today and InsideNoVa.com won editorial 22 awards in the annual Virginia Press Association contest, taking first, second and third place honors for writing, photography, multimedia and d

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UVa Women's Golf Wins its First-Ever ACC Tournament Championship

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 00:17:00 EDT

The Virginia women's golf team won the ACC Tournament for the first time in program history and posted the lowest score in the 27-year history of the conference tournament.

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UVa Women's Tennis Takes Down Rival Virginia Tech 5-2

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 23:58:00 EDT

No. 12 Virginia defeated in-state rival No. 38 Virginia Tech 5-2 in ACC women's tennis action on Saturday (April 18) at Snyder Tennis Center.

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Record-Setting Day at the Virginia Challenge at Lannigan Field

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 23:56:00 EDT

Over 1,300 athletes from 35 colleges across the nation were at Lannigan Field for the 4th annual Virginia Challenge this weekend.

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UVa Holds Annual Spring Game

Charlottesville NBC29 Sports - - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 23:37:00 EDT

The Virginia football team held its annual Spring Football game Saturday, April 18th. The final score was Orange 20, Blue 7.

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Lambert, Johns continue duel for Virginia's starting quarterback job into post-spring game offseason

Daily Press Virginia Tech Sports News - Norm Wood - Sat, 18 Apr 2015 23:48:00 GMT

CHARLOTTESVILLE – Virginia quarterbacks Greyson Lambert and Matt Johns have both made all the right statements this spring. The game is slowing down. Reading defenses isn't as much of a chore anymore. They're ready to lead.

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