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Drumming Up War Ending Support

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is enlisting the help of other Democratic Senators in her feud with the Pentagon over end-of-war planning in Iraq.

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VA Man Pleads Guilty in Conspiracy Case

Guilty Plea

Posted: 07/24/2007 - A Virginia man has pleaded no contest to charges that he conspired to kill his girlfriend's husband more than three decades ago.

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Former Wood Treatment Plant Cleanup

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Federal officials estimate it will cost $45 million to clean up a former wood treating plant in Portsmouth along the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River.

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Computer Seller Sued

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Attorney General Bob McDonnell is suing a Chesapeake company that sells computers to consumers with poor credit.

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Building Road Blocks for Divorce

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The conservative advocacy group Family Foundation wants to see a drop in the state's divorce rate.

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D.C. Airport Security

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Washington's airports are contemplating whether to install new security fast lanes for passengers who submit to an extensive background check.

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Blue Crab Population Problem

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Maryland watermen say blue crabs have become scarce in this peak midsummer period because of warmer, saltier water in parts of the Chesapeake Bay.

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Private Colleges Seek Students

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Private colleges in Virginia want prospective students to know their schools aren't as expensive as some might think.

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Very Isolated Campsite

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The U.S. Corps of Engineers has decided to reopen a remote area used for camping in the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.

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Car Chase of Horses

Posted: 07/24/2007 - It was like a scene out of an old Western, with lawmen in hot pursuit of alleged outlaws on horseback.

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Montgomery County Immigration Debate

Posted: 07/23/2007 - The immigration protest is heating up in Montgomery County, where a group protesting Gaithersburg's Day Laborer Center is drawing upon the examples of Loudoun and Prince William counties.

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Delegate Supports New Driver Fees

Updated: 07/23/2007 - Springfield Delegate David Albo is speaking out in defense of the newly approved abusive driver fees that have outraged so many residents.

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Choice to Ignore Fees

Updated: 07/23/2007 - The town of Front Royal may ignore Virginia's new controversial abusive driver fees.

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Iverson Roots for Vick

Updated: 09/03/2008 - NBA star Allen Iverson is offering some words of advice to beleaguered NFL player Michael Vick.

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100 VA National Guards Leave

Posted: 07/23/2007 - Hundreds of people turned out to say goodbye to about 100 Virginia National Guard members who will eventually head to Iraq.

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Free Medical Clinic Success

Posted: 07/23/2007 - Health care professionals set a new record for treating southwest Virginia residents at the annual free medical clinic in Wise County.

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Not Building as Many Offices

Posted: 07/23/2007 - The rush for Washington-area office space for new government operations since the September 11 terrorist attacks has slowed.

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Weather History Visit

Posted: 07/23/2007 - A data-collecting ship used by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will visit Alexandria this week to mark the 200th anniversary of NOAA's predecessor.

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First Meeting on HOT Lanes

Posted: 07/23/2007 - The first in a series of public meetings on the proposed I-95/395 HOT lanes will be held Monday night.

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Hurricane Gates to Change Road Direction

Posted: 07/23/2007 - Nearly 300 new hurricane gates are being installed between Richmond and Norfolk to make it easier to evacuate people fleeing the Hampton Roads area in case of a major storm.

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VT Seeks Revenue Through Invention

Posted: 07/23/2007 - A nonprofit Virginia Tech affiliate that helps patent, protect and market faculty and student inventions is boosting its staffing, and officials hope that will increase the number of licensed inventions and generate more revenue.

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D.C. Makes Statuary Hall Bid

Posted: 07/23/2007 - Unlike states, the District of Columbia lacks a full vote in Congress. Lesser known is the district's exclusion from the Capitol's Statuary Hall, where only states can showcase their famous figures in bronze or marble.

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