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Black Lung Disease Up

Posted: 07/06/2007 - A report released in a federal medical journal says an uptick in black lung disease among coal miners may be due to problems controlling dust in mines.

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Massey Energy Suit

Posted: 07/06/2007 - A shareholder is suing 14 current and former Massey Energy executives and board members, alleging mismanagement.

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Tennessee Woman Charged With Animal Cruelty

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Investigators say a descendant of 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat was among 20 horses seized from a Bristol woman charged with animal cruelty.

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Loudoun Challenges Transportation Panel

Updated: 07/05/2007 - An agreement that could raise up to $400 million a year for transportation improvements in northern Virginia is facing a legal challenge from Loudoun County officials.

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Weldon Cooper Center Miscounts

Posted: 07/05/2007 - The University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center overlooked hundreds of college students in calculating its annual population estimate for Newport News.

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Virginia Marine Dies

Posted: 07/05/2007 - A Marine from Virginia and another from Georgia have died from a non-hostile boat accident on the Euphrates River in Iraq.

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I-95 Interchange Almost Done

Posted: 07/05/2007 - The detours and headaches caused by work on Interstate 95's Springfield Interchange project are about to end.

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Watchdog Group Says Improvement Still Needed

Posted: 07/05/2007 - A watchdog group says the system by which Virginia attorneys are appointed to represent poor people is getting better, but still needs improvement.

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Virginia-Built Spacecraft Heading Out

Posted: 07/05/2007 - A spacecraft built here in Virginia will soon be heading into space on an eight-year journey to explore the asteroid belt and hunt for clues about the origins of our solar system.

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Winery Damaged by Storm

Updated: 07/05/2007 - Officials at Williamsburg Winery are worried that a storm dropping hail and intense rain Friday may have destroyed the grape crop at the largest winery in the state.

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Memorial to Honor Those Who Wait at Home

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Two Portsmouth area women are working to create a military memorial. But this one will honor the men and women who take care of the home front, while their loved ones fight overseas.

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Staunton Ministers Healing Workers

Posted: 07/04/2007 - A growing workplace ministry in Staunton is providing spiritual support to workers at factories, hospitals, and police and fire stations.

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Beach Contaminated Again

Posted: 07/04/2007 - It's not going to be a swimming holiday for some King George County residents this Fourth of July.

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Waverly Talks of Driver Fees

Posted: 07/04/2007 - New fees imposed on bad drivers from Virginia, but not those from out-of-state, are the talk of the town in Waverly.

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Lost Dog Found Alive

Posted: 07/04/2007 - Rumors of one dog's demise were greatly exaggerated.

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Declaration Visits Charlottesville

Updated: 07/04/2007 - Looking for a fitting way to spend Independence Day? Why not go see the Declaration of Independence at the University of Virginia Library.

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Radford University's Provost

Posted: 07/04/2007 - Wilbur W. Stanton, the interim provost at Radford University since February, was named to the post permanently on Tuesday, the school said.

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Frawley's Attorney

Posted: 07/04/2007 - Former University of Mary Washington President William Frawley will have a high-profile attorney in his corner when he's tried in Fairfax County.

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Strike Group Comes Home

Posted: 07/04/2007 - Just in time for the Fourth of July, about 2,700 sailors in the Bataan Strike Group have returned to Norfolk aboard five Navy ships and a submarine.

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Keep Those Fish Bodies

Posted: 07/02/2007 - Next time you slice up your favorite saltwater fish, consider donating its carcass to science.

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Counselors Open to VA Tech

Posted: 07/02/2007 - More than 1,000 professional counselors around the nation have offered free sessions this summer to Virginia Tech students in need of assistance after the mass shooting on campus April 16th.

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