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Power Company Fine

Posted: 10/09/2007 - A big power company accused of spreading smog and acid rain across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast agreed Tuesday to pay at least $4.6 billion to cut chemical emissions.

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OnStar Stopping Car Thieves

Posted: 10/09/2007 - GM's OnStar service is planning to go beyond helping motorists in trouble. It wants to help stop car thieves.

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Mild Winter Prediction

Posted: 10/09/2007 - Government forecasters aren't saying get out the tanning oil and put away the skis, but they are predicting a warmer, drier winter in parts of the country.

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States Getting Federal Money

Updated: 10/10/2007 - The federal government's system of taxing and spending works out well for people in states like New Mexico, Mississippi and Virginia.

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Green Technology Recycling

Posted: 10/09/2007 - The director of information technology at Hollins University is on a mission to dispose of computer components in an environmentally sensitive way.

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Immigration Protest

Updated: 10/10/2007 - A human rights organization is calling for immigrants to stay home from work on Tuesday to protest an anti-illegal immigrant resolution.

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VT Emergency System Test

Updated: 10/09/2007 - Virginia Tech plans to test its expanded emergency notification system this week, nearly six months after the mass shootings on campus.

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Soldier Killed in Training

Posted: 10/08/2007 - A soldier from Henry County was killed during basic training at an Oklahoma Army base.

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Presidential Candidate Poll

Posted: 10/08/2007 - The presidential election is still a year away, but the candidates are already running hard.

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Bush: Compromise on S-CHIP

Posted: 10/08/2007 - President Bush's health secretary says he's hoping for a compromise with congressional Democrats on expanding children's health insurance.

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Cold War Secret Declassified

Posted: 10/08/2007 - Newly declassified documents show the U.S. Army explored the potential for using radioactive poisons.

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Cosmetic Pet Surgeries

Posted: 10/08/2007 - Norfolk residents who dock their dog's ears or declaw their cats run afoul of the law.

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Remembering Congresswoman Davis

Posted: 10/08/2007 - Congresswoman Jo Ann Davis is being remembered as an unpretentious business owner who put her religious beliefs first.

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Bringing Back Affordable Housing

Posted: 10/08/2007 - Advocates of affordable housing, a diminishing commodity in Albemarle County and elsewhere in Virginia, are promoting community land trusts to address the problem.

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Newman's Own Food Donation

Posted: 10/08/2007 - A Virginia foodbank based in Newport News is getting a truckload of assorted Newman's Own products.

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Army Race Runner Dies

Posted: 10/08/2007 - A runner from Fairfax County has died during the Army Ten-Miler race near the finish line at the Pentagon.

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Arlington Expanding

Updated: 10/09/2007 - Arlington National Cemetery is about to begin a $35 million expansion that will push graves beyond its borders for the first time since the 1960s.

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Continued Heat

Posted: 10/08/2007 - The unusually warm fall weather continued Monday across the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, where temperatures were expected to top out in the upper 80s and low 90s.

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Long Detour for Truckers

Posted: 10/05/2007 - A truck ban on a two-mile span across the Rappahannock River is taking a toll on commerce on the Northern Neck.

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Boy Scout Badge Recall

Posted: 10/05/2007 - The latest case of Chinese-made products containing too much lead concerns the Boy Scouts of America.

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Highland Wind Farm Finances

Posted: 10/05/2007 - Environmentalist are raising more ruckus about a wind farm in Highland County, after confidential financial information about the project got out.

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Traveling Medical Centers

Posted: 10/05/2007 - Some residents of Appalachia can't easily make it to a medical clinic, so the clinic comes to them.

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Third Interrogation Memo Demanded

Posted: 10/05/2007 - The chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee is demanding a copy of a third Justice Department memo concerning military interrogations of terror suspects.

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