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Teacher Accused of Explicit Crime

Posted: 07/17/2007 - A former middle school teacher in Bedford County is accused of sending sexually explicit messages, pictures and live video to an online undercover officer he thought was a 14-year-old girl.

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Mitten Crabs May Be Breeding

Posted: 07/17/2007 - Hairy-clawed crabs found recently in the Delaware and Chesapeake bays appear to be breeding.

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Joining the Peace Corps

Posted: 07/17/2007 - Some people take it easy in their later years. Some join the Peace Corps.

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HondaJet Aircraft Moving to NC

Posted: 07/17/2007 - Officials said Tuesday that engines for the HondaJet aircraft will be made in a plant at the Burlington-Alamance County Airport in North Carolina.

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Kaine to Host Security Conference

Updated: 07/16/2007 - In wake of the shootings at Virginia Tech, Governor Tim Kaine will host a conference in Richmond on campus security for Virginia colleges and universities.

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Man Who Killed Cop Gets Death

Posted: 07/16/2007 - A judge in Norfolk imposed the death penalty Monday on Thomas Porter for killing a police officer and set his execution date for next year.

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Former NSU Professor Sentenced

Updated: 07/16/2007 - A court in Ethiopia sentenced a former Virginia professor and 34 other opposition politicians and activists to life in prison.

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Cost of Avian Flu Losses

Posted: 07/16/2007 - A federal agency says a Shenandoah County, Virginia farm's loss from the discovery of avian influenza antibodies in turkeys there could be up to $600,000.

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Edwards Begins Poverty Tour

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Posted: 07/16/2007 - Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards is on an eight-state tour to highlight poverty. His stops include Virginia later this week.

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Dominion Wants North Anna Permit

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Posted: 07/16/2007 - Dominion Virginia Power is asking the state to reissue a water permit for North Anna Power Station.

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Senators Changing Iraq Course Efforts

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Senators are maneuvering in their efforts to get President Bush to change course in Iraq, as the U.S. Senate debates a Pentagon spending bill.

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Day-Labor Center Operator

Posted: 07/16/2007 - The northern Virginia town of Herndon is trying for a third time to find a new operator for its day-labor center that will ban illegal immigrants.

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Possible FDA Control for Safer Smokes

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Supporters of a bill expected to pass a key Senate committee this week say it should lead to safer smoke from cigarettes.

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Finding a New UMW President

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Members of the University of Mary Washington's board of visitors are planning to start the search for a new school president.

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Hemings' Descendants Meet

Updated: 07/16/2007 - About 250 people who believe they are descendants of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings learned more about their heritage and each other at a reunion in Charlottesville.

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Panda Escapes Again

Posted: 07/16/2007 - The Virginia Zoo's new red panda wants to see wide open spaces beyond her home.

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Review Panel Says Broad Recommendations

Posted: 07/16/2007 - The governor's panel reviewing the Virginia Tech shootings will likely issue broad recommendations for all agencies involved in the tragedy, from police to universities to the mental health community.

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Gilmore Dropping Presidency Bid

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Plagued by trouble raising the millions of dollars needed to win the Republican nomination, former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore says he is dropping his bid for the presidency.

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Small-Scale Liquor Makers

Posted: 07/16/2007 - In Virginia and around the country, makers of whiskey and vodka are tapping into the trend of small-scale distilleries.

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VA Veteran Cemeteries

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Virginia is going to start advertising its veterans’ cemeteries.

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Helping Others Beat the Heat

Posted: 07/16/2007 - Some Norfolk city workers are helping homeless people and others in need beat the heat.

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Legislature to Look Again at Driver Fines

Posted: 07/13/2007 - Legislative leaders are feeling the public backlash against the new "abusive driver" fees by promising to reconsider at least some of them during the next General Assembly session.

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Heat Wave Helped Wineries

Posted: 07/13/2007 - The recent heat wave may not be good for all plants, but northern Virginia winery owners say the weather is good for their crops.

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