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Newseum Opening Delayed

Updated: 08/08/2007 - It looks like D.C.'s museum dedicated to the news industry won't come in on deadline.

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Eagle Release

Posted: 08/08/2007 - The Wildlife Center of Virginia is set to release a juvenile bald eagle Wednesday in Prince William County.

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Family Reunited

Posted: 08/08/2007 - A happy reunion for a Muslim family that had been without their 3-year-old son for two years.

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Veteran Sues Over Abusive Driver Fees

Updated: 08/10/2007 - A Navy veteran who was ticketed for reckless driving on his way to reserve duty at the Pentagon is suing state of Virginia over its abuser fee program.

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Hill Honored

Updated: 08/07/2007 - The body of civil rights lawyer Oliver Hill will lie in repose in the Executive Mansion on Saturday.

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Bridge Concerns Voiced Before Collapse

Posted: 08/07/2007 - Local officials voiced concerns about a 2-mile bridge that links the Northern Neck to the Middle Peninsula one day before the deadly bridge collapse in Minneapolis.

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Former VA Editor Hurt in Bridge Collapse

Posted: 08/07/2007 - A former newspaper editor from Virginia was among the about 100 people injured when an interstate bridge collapsed in Minneapolis.

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VA Divers in Minneapolis

Updated: 08/08/2007 - Officials say a team of Navy divers based in Virginia are helping to recover victims and salvage debris from last week's bridge collapse in Minneapolis.

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No Honor for Vick

Updated: 09/03/2008 - The Southern Christian Leadership Conference won't recognize Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick at its annual convention this week after all.

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PFOX Lawsuit Settled

Posted: 08/07/2007 - A group that advocates therapy to convert gays has settled a lawsuit with Arlington County schools after officials refused to distribute its fliers to high-school students.

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Toddler United with Parents in U.S.

Posted: 08/07/2007 - After two years not being allowed entry to the country, the 3-year-old son of a Muslim U.S. citizen is being allowed to join his family in Virginia.

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Officers in Trouble for Religion Video

Posted: 08/07/2007 - The Army and Air Force say seven top officers, including four generals, could be disciplined for violating ethics rules by helping a Christian group produce a fundraising video.

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Father of Shooter Faces Charges

Posted: 08/07/2007 - The father of a mentally ill teenager who killed two Fairfax County police officers last year has admitted in federal court to drug and weapons charges.

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New Trial for Man in Gun Case

Posted: 08/07/2007 - A federal appeals court in Richmond has ordered a new trial for a West Virginia man convicted of a firearms charge after he grabbed a handgun from his ex-wife and tried to turn it over to police.

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Sick Pigs Abroad

Posted: 08/07/2007 - Smithfield Foods has had two outbreaks of Swine Fever in Romania.

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No Horse Named Sally Hemings

Posted: 08/07/2007 - A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that a horse cannot be called "Sally Hemings."

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Monitor Gun Turret Cleaned

Posted: 08/07/2007 - Museum workers have finished chiseling concreted sand and rust from the inside of the USS Monitor gun turret, which was salvaged from the Civil War shipwreck off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina seven years ago.

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Rags Cause School Fire

Updated: 08/27/2007 - Norfolk fire investigators say a two-alarm fire at Maury High School early Tuesday morning was caused by a pile of oily rags that spontaneously combusted.

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Car-Theft Ring Broken

Posted: 08/07/2007 - Investigators say they may have broken up a major East Coast car-theft ring.

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Inspecting VA Deck Truss Bridges

Posted: 08/06/2007 - Highway engineers are examining a dozen Virginia bridges similar to the Minnesota bridge that collapsed last week, killing at least five people.

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Calls to Track Parents that Owe

Updated: 08/07/2007 - Virginia is using cell phone records to help track down and collect money from those who owe child support payments.

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Registering Dads

Updated: 08/07/2007 - Virginia is joining about three dozen states that have developed registries designed to identify potential fathers and officials say will help speed up the adoption process.

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Wren Cross Back in Chapel

Posted: 08/06/2007 - The Wren Cross is back on permanent display in Wren Chapel at the College of William and Mary.

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Snowball of Lawsuits?

Updated: 08/07/2007 - The recent rulings by two Virginia judges that the state's new abusive driver fees are unconstitutional could be setting the stage for an avalanche of more lawsuits.

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