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Possible FDA Control for Safer Smokes

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Supporters of a bill expected to pass a key Senate committee this week say it should lead to safer smoke from cigarettes.

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Finding a New UMW President

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Members of the University of Mary Washington's board of visitors are planning to start the search for a new school president.

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Hemings' Descendants Meet

Updated: 07/16/2007 - About 250 people who believe they are descendants of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings learned more about their heritage and each other at a reunion in Charlottesville.

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Panda Escapes Again

Posted: 07/16/2007 - The Virginia Zoo's new red panda wants to see wide open spaces beyond her home.

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Review Panel Says Broad Recommendations

Posted: 07/16/2007 - The governor's panel reviewing the Virginia Tech shootings will likely issue broad recommendations for all agencies involved in the tragedy, from police to universities to the mental health community.

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Gilmore Dropping Presidency Bid

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Plagued by trouble raising the millions of dollars needed to win the Republican nomination, former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore says he is dropping his bid for the presidency.

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Small-Scale Liquor Makers

Posted: 07/16/2007 - In Virginia and around the country, makers of whiskey and vodka are tapping into the trend of small-scale distilleries.

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VA Veteran Cemeteries

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Virginia is going to start advertising its veterans’ cemeteries.

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Helping Others Beat the Heat

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Some Norfolk city workers are helping homeless people and others in need beat the heat.

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Forbes Says WV Worst

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Despite the state's "Open For Business" signs, at least one group says West Virginia is the country's worst state for business.

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Power Lines vs. Parks

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Preservationists are worried that Gettysburg and other national parks and protected sites may soon be in the shadow of massive power lines.

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Replenishing Mussels

Posted: 07/16/2007 - The Division of Natural Resources is giving some mussels a new home in the Ohio River.

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Building and Cleaning All at Once

Posted: 07/16/2007 - They'll build it as they clean up. That's what officials say will happen at an ongoing Superfund cleanup on the 107-acre site of an $87 million resort.

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WV GOP Momentum for 2008 Election

Updated: 07/16/2007 - West Virginia's Republican Party is hoping this past weekend's summer conference gave it the necessary momentum to get ready for the 2008 election cycle.

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A Piece of Home

Posted: 07/16/2007 - A unique care package is en route to Afghanistan for a soldier with the 82nd Airborne Division.

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Gooey Souvenir

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Movie memorabilia collector Wes Shank holds a bucket full of The Blob near and dear, but doesn't like to touch it much.

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Roof Collapse Causes Spoiled Food

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Cleanup crews will throw away 11,000 cases of spoiled turkey, pizza and mozzarella cheese following a roof collapse at a state warehouse.

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KY Trooper Suspended

Posted: 07/16/2007 - A Kentucky State Trooper has been suspended after being accused of beating a West Virginia National Guardsman.

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Weekend Shooting in Huntington

Posted: 07/16/2007 - A Huntington man is in serious condition after being shot by a city police officer early Saturday.

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Stonewall's Hometown Boost

Updated: 07/16/2007 - Clarksburg development officials hope Stonewall Jackson can provide a boost to his hometown.

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Garage Explosion

Updated: 07/16/2007 - A northern Virginian man is without his home after causing a fire in his garage.

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Girl Struck By Car

Updated: 07/16/2007 - A 10-year-old girl from the Valley is at the University of Virginia Medical Center after being hit by a car while she was riding her bike.

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Dairy Farmers Struggle

Updated: 07/16/2007 - Milk prices may be going up in stores, but that's not putting more money in the wallets of struggling farmers in the Valley.

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