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Vick Dogfighting Update

Updated: 12/13/2007 - Vick's trial date will be set in November. The Atlanta Falcons wants to get back the bonus money given to Vick. Only one of the 49 pit bulls confiscated from Vick's property has been ruled too dangerous to adopt. Vick completed an animal protection course. And the family member whose drug habit led to the investigation of Vick's Surry County property pleads guilty.

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Sex Tape Search

Posted: 10/01/2007 - Girl seen on sex tape found safe.

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iPhone Upgrade Troubles

Posted: 09/28/2007 - Apple has issued a software update that creates problems for iPhones modified to work with a cellular carrier other than AT&T.

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Company Told Stop Grinding Beef

Posted: 09/28/2007 - New Jersey meat company recalls frozen beef; Federal officials suspend part of its operation.

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Volkswagen Recall

Posted: 09/28/2007 - Volkswagen recalling sedans over head lights

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Former Teacher Gets 21 Months

Posted: 09/28/2007 - A former Charlottesville High School chorus teacher has been sentenced to a year and nine months in prison for having sexual relationships with male students.

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Student Sues Over Group Denial

Posted: 09/28/2007 - A Colonial Forge High School student is suing Stafford County's public school system for refusing to let her start an anti-abortion club.

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Autographed VT Drawing for Sale

Updated: 12/13/2007 - A drawing of Lane Stadium signed by Michael Vick and seven other Virginia Tech football stars will be auctioned Saturday.

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Charges for Ice Cream Parlor Manager

Posted: 09/28/2007 - Richmond prosecutors will seek a felony indictment on a gun charge against an ice-cream parlor manager who fatally shot a robber.

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VT Autopsy Report

Posted: 09/28/2007 - A new report is providing yet another gruesome snapshot of the Virginia Tech massacre in April.

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Bush on Global Warming

Posted: 09/28/2007 - President Bush is calling on the world's worst polluters to do something about global warming. But he says each nation needs to decide for itself what to do.

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Handling Flight Delays

Posted: 09/28/2007 - The White House is looking for ways to solve the growing problem of flight delays.

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Muslim Appointee Resigns

Updated: 09/28/2007 - A northern Virginia surgeon resigned Thursday from the state Commission on Immigration after being shown on video denouncing Israel.

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People Sickened by Recalled Beef

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say 21 people in eight states may have fallen ill after eating hamburgers possibly contaminated with E. coli bacteria.

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Medal for VT Victim

Posted: 09/27/2007 - President Bush has been asked to award the Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously to a Holocaust survivor who died trying to save his students during the mass killings at Virginia Tech in April.

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Five Schools Lose Accreditation

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Virginia Department of Education denied accreditation Thursday to five Petersburg public schools because of continued failing scores in several subject areas on SOL exams.

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Bush Signs College Aid Bill

Updated: 09/28/2007 - It's a rare compromise between President Bush and the Democratic Congress.

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Hate Crimes on Pentagon Bill

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Senate has attached hate crime legislation to a Pentagon spending bill in an effort to get it passed.

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General on Homosexuality

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The outgoing chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says he believes homosexual activity is immoral and should not be condoned by the military.

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Arlington Judge on Driver Fees

Updated: 09/28/2007 - An Arlington County judge is joining others in Virginia who say the state's new abusive driver fees are unconstitutional.

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Sexual Assault Recommendations

Updated: 09/28/2007 - A panel appointed by the governor is reviewing 27 recommendations designed to help prevent sexual assault and improve treatment options for victims.

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Rice: Move Away from Fossil Fuels

Posted: 09/27/2007 - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is challenging the world's biggest polluters to move away from fossil fuels.

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Appeal Turned Down

Updated: 09/28/2007 - The Virginia Supreme Court has refused to hear the appeal of a death row inmate whose case prompted the national ban on executing the mentally retarded.

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Mental Health Help for Servicemen

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Senate has voted to let the Pentagon raise reimbursement rates for mental health treatment for returning service members.

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