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VT Survivor in Madagascar

Posted: 07/30/2007 - Time, distance and the tranquil setting of Madagascar are helping Colin Goddard recover from the Virginia Tech shootings.

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NAACP Say Don't Judge Him Yet

Updated: 09/03/2008 - Georgia leaders of the NAACP urged the public Monday not to judge Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick before he has his day in court.

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Co-Defendant Pleads Guilty

Updated: 12/17/2007 - One of Michael Vick's co-defendants pleaded guilty Monday to his role in a dogfighting conspiracy that he says was financed almost entirely by the Atlanta Falcons quarterback.

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Corn-Guzzling Ethanol Plant Proposed

Posted: 07/30/2007 - A proposed ethanol plant in Chesapeake would consume nearly twice as much corn as Virginia farmers grew last year, requiring the operator to rely on foreign and out-of-state growers.

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Avian Flu Ban Expires

Updated: 07/30/2007 - Virginia will end a ban on live poultry sales and shows tomorrow, three weeks after avian flu antibodies were found in turkeys on a Shenandoah County farm.

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West Nile Becoming Rare

Posted: 07/30/2007 - Five years ago, West Nile virus seemed like a major public health issue in the D.C. area. Today, local cases of the disease are becoming more and more rare.

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Man Dies in Small Plane Crash

Posted: 07/30/2007 - Virginia State Police say one person was killed in a small-aircraft crash in Franklin County.

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Hokies Rallying to Remember

Posted: 07/30/2007 - Virginia Tech head football coach, Frank Beamer, hopes fans can rally around the Hokies, to remember the victims of April 16.

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Supporters for Vick Gather

Updated: 12/17/2007 - Vick pleaded not guilty last week to participating in a dog fighting ring that allegedly executed underperforming pit bulls by hanging, electrocution or other brutal means.

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Inside Locks Might Mean the Difference

Posted: 07/30/2007 - Safety experts say that while schools nationwide re-evaluate campus safety, many are overlooking a simple solution that could save lives: putting locks on the inside of classroom doors.

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Observers Count Dolphins Along Virginia Coastline

Updated: 07/30/2007 - More than 750 dolphins were observed along the Virginia coast during the Virginia Aquarium Stranding Response Team's 15th annual dolphin count this past weekend.

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1 Dead, 2 Injured After Attack by Crowd

Updated: 07/30/2007 - Norfolk police say one person was killed and two others injured after they were attacked and beaten by a crowd of about a dozen people.

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Author John Graham Dies at 80

Updated: 07/30/2007 - Children's book author and longtime University of Virginia professor John Graham has died of natural causes. He was 80.

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Attorney Asks to Ban Symbols in Morva Trial

William Morva

Posted: 07/30/2007 - A lawyer for a man facing capital murder charges in the deaths of a hospital security guard and a deputy sheriff has asked a judge to ban visible sentiment for the victims during the trial.

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eBay-Lawsuit

Updated: 07/30/2007 - Judge says eBay can continue using 'Buy It Now' feature.

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Colonial Parkway-Dig

Updated: 07/30/2007 - Archaeological survey of Colonial Parkway underway.

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Virginia Tech-Families

Updated: 07/30/2007 - After hearing from families, Feinberg could change Hokie Fund.

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Nike Pulls New Vick Product

Updated: 09/03/2008 - Nike says it has suspended its contract with Atlanta Falcons Quarterback Michael Vick and will pull goods with his name off the shelves at stores the company owns.

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Dog Fighting Task Force Launch

Updated: 09/03/2008 - Baltimore police plan to crack down on dog fighting, saying the often cruel sport is part of a criminal culture that includes drug dealing and illegal gambling.

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Community Plans Hug for Vick

Updated: 09/03/2008 - Friends and community leaders in Newport News plan to hold a "community hug" for Michael Vick Friday night.

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Some Recalled Cans Bursting

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Cans of recalled food have been bursting, swollen with bacteria that cause botulism.

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Suffolk Accident Victims

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Suffolk police say the six died after their Honda crossed a grassy median on U.S. Route 58 on Tuesday and crashed head-on with a truck. The sixth victim died Wednesday of injuries in the fiery crash. He had been pulled from the wreckage.

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Those Who Paid Fees May be Reimbursed

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Governor Tim Kaine says that reimbursing those who have paid the state's new abusive driver fees is an option the General Assembly can consider in 2008.

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