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Former Soldier Has New Role

Posted: 07/13/2007 - One of the most recognizable figures of the 2003 Iraqi prisoner abuse scandal has a new role.

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Legislature to Look Again at Driver Fines

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Legislative leaders are feeling the public backlash against the new "abusive driver" fees by promising to reconsider at least some of them during the next General Assembly session.

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Heat Wave Helped Wineries

Posted: 07/13/2007 - The recent heat wave may not be good for all plants, but northern Virginia winery owners say the weather is good for their crops.

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VA Doctor Sentenced to Jail Time

Posted: 07/13/2007 - A northern Virginia doctor who used controversial pain management techniques has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison on federal drug charges.

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Reckless Biker Sentenced to Jail

Posted: 07/13/2007 - A North Carolina man who was clocked doing 160 miles per hour on a motorcycle on Interstate 81 has been sentenced to one year in jail.

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Virginia Man Sues in New Hampshire

Posted: 07/13/2007 - A northern Virginia man is suing a consultant he says put him in a painful pretzel hold during a demonstration at an executive training seminar in New Hampshire.

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Suspected Illegal Workers Caught

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Federal authorities plan to deport seven suspected illegal immigrants caught working on a construction project.

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Former Doctor Sentenced

Posted: 07/13/2007 - A former doctor who admitted that she provided clients with prescription painkillers while her license was suspended has been sentenced to one year of supervised probation.

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Moving to Pennsylvania

Posted: 07/13/2007 - A men's and women's apparel company is closing its West Virginia distribution center and moving the operation to Pennsylvania.

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Public Officials Might Keep Miles

Posted: 07/13/2007 - The state Ethics Commission is proposing allowing elected and public employees to keep frequent flier miles accumulated while conducting public business.

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Global Steel Alliance

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Japan's Nippon Steel and Europe's ArcelorMittal say they've signed a memorandum of understanding to form a global alliance. They want to expand upon existing joint ventures in North America.

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Red Light Systems Going In

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Highway safety advocates say several Virginia localities are in the early stages of establishing or reviving traffic light monitoring systems that use cameras to catch red-light runners.

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Security Head of St. Pauls Charged

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Hopewell police say the head of security at Saint Paul's College in Lawrenceville is charged with sexual battery of a minor and taking indecent liberties with a minor.

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Funding the U.S. National Slavery Museum

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Organizers of the United States National Slavery Museum must raise $10 million by summer's end or risk missing their late 2008 goal for opening the slave history repository. The museum is more than a decade in the works.

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People Scammed by Funeral Home

Posted: 07/13/2007 - More than a dozen families who thought they prepaid for funeral services learned this week that the money and the former owner of Duffield Funeral Home are missing.

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Waynesboro Farmers Market

Updated: 07/13/2007 - The Waynesboro farmer's market will re-open according to organizers.

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Mortgage Company Sued

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Attorneys for hundreds of homeowners who filed a class-action lawsuit say a group of Prince George's businesses were responsible for a scheme that defrauded people in Virginia, Maryland, and D.C.

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Waynesboro Summer Extravaganza

Updated: 07/13/2007 - Around 15,000 people will be in Waynesboro this weekend for the annual summer extravaganza.

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Wire Strippers Zapped

Posted: 07/13/2007 - An accident at the Radford Foundry appears to have been caused by two men trying to steal copper.

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D.C. Metro Approves Fare Cards Change

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Metro riders would pay less for SmarTrip cards and have an easier time getting them under a plan approved today by a Metro board committee.

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Bathroom Surprise

Updated: 07/13/2007 - Police in Fredericksburg say a woman who went out to buy a newspaper returned home to find that an intruder in her home, and on her toilet.

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