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Sword Attack Nearly Takes Arm

Posted: 07/25/2007 - Police say a teenager's arm was nearly cut off in a sword attack in Virginia Beach by three men affiliated with an Asian gang.

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Pony Swim

Posted: 07/25/2007 - Wednesday is the yearly wild pony swim to Chincoteague from Assateague Island, Maryland.

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Air Traffic Control Facility Problems

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Air traffic controllers say poor maintenance of aging facilities has harmed them and could endanger the flying public, including at Dulles International Airport.

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Darden Kicks Out Porn and Gambling Company

Posted: 07/24/2007 - A high-tech company whose clients include online pornography and gambling interests has left a business incubator at the University of Virginia.

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Memorial Held for Dead VA Soldiers

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The Fort Carson Army post near Colorado Springs held a memorial service Tuesday afternoon for two soldiers killed while serving in Iraq.

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Challenges to Driver Fees

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The expensive new fees Virginia is imposing on its worst drivers is facing its first two challenges, one from a town council, one in court.

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Central Virginia Water Issue

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Most of Virginia is settling into a moderate drought as the lack of rain dries up water supplies.

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Vick Dog Fighting Update

Updated: 09/03/2008 - More information has come out regarding Michael Vick and the dog fighting charges against him. Animal rights activists protest in Georgia. Surry County grand jury does not indict Vick. NFL commissioner tells Vick not to attend Falcons' training camp, and football and dog lovers express anger about dog fighting.

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Guidelines for Flu Pandemic Created

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The Defense Department now has guidelines to handle the crisis if a pandemic flu spread across the United States.

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VA Traffic Death Numbers

Posted: 07/24/2007 - It could be stronger law enforcement or more and better vehicle safety features that led to a decline in traffic deaths last year, but a federal safety official says more analysis needs to be done.

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Priest Sex Case Reimbursement

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Lawyers for a Virginia Beach man, whose priest sex case against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington, Vermont ended abruptly in a mistrial, want the church to pay their legal tab.

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Sheehan Marching for Impeachment

Updated: 07/24/2007 - Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan has moved another step toward carrying out her promise to run against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi because the California Democrat won't consider impeachment proceedings against President Bush.

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Falls Church Man Convicted

Posted: 07/24/2007 - A Falls Church man convicted of lying to a federal grand jury about his training as a jihadist is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday.

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Navy Training Exercise

Posted: 07/24/2007 - A total of 15,000 military troops from three countries are scheduled to participate in a training exercise off the East Coast this week.

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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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