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Battery Park Getting Federal Aid

Posted: 07/11/2007 - Richmond's low-lying Battery Park neighborhood is getting more than $21 million in federal aid.

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Hybrid Bus Proposal

Posted: 07/11/2007 - Hampton Roads Transit officials are proposing a single, hybrid bus that could be used in any South Hampton Roads city.

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Preliminary Numbers Released

State Police Are Out in Full Force

Posted: 07/10/2007 - Virginia State Police say that 16 people were killed in traffic crashes in the state during the Fourth of July holiday.

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Volunteering Before Working

Posted: 07/10/2007 - They don't officially start work until this fall, but more than 80 employees of a new prison in southwest Virginia are helping their community now.

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Senate to Vote on Webb-Hagel Proposal

Posted: 07/10/2007 - The U.S. Senate is expected to vote this week on a proposal by Virginia Democrat Jim Webb and Republican Chuck Hagel of Nebraska.

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Edwards to Visit Virginia

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Updated: 07/10/2007 - Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards plans to visit southwest Virginia during a three-day swing through areas beset by poverty.

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VA Assisted Living Compliance Problems

Posted: 07/10/2007 - A legislative study says that about ten percent of the assisted-living facilities in Virginia have had significant compliance problems or verified complaints.

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Dominion Involved in Fish Kill

Posted: 07/10/2007 - State officials say a conservation project involving Dominion Virginia Power was to blame for a "significant" fish kill on Lake Gaston.

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Congressman Wolf will Face New Candidates

Posted: 07/10/2007 - There's still more than a year to go, but the race to unseat Virginia Republican Congressman Frank Wolf is already getting crowded.

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Randolph Students Sue

Posted: 07/10/2007 - A lawyer representing nine Randolph College students argued before the Virginia Supreme Court, trying to get the court to grant an appeal to a lawsuit challenging the Lynchburg school's decision to admit men.

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Officer Died at Family Reunion

Posted: 07/10/2007 - The Virginia police officer who was killed along with his girlfriend in a boat collision in central New York was enjoying the last hours of his family reunion just before he died.

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VA Reservist on Trial

Posted: 07/10/2007 - An Army reservist from Fredericksburg who is the only officer charged in the Abu Ghraib prisoner-abuse scandal will be in court in Washington on Tuesday.

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Franklin Schools' Dress Code

Updated: 08/27/2007 - Franklin County is taking the guesswork out of what girls can wear to school and what they should eliminate from their classroom wardrobe.

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Mine in Buchanan Evacuated

Posted: 07/10/2007 - A Buchanan County coal mine was evacuated and shut down after a portion of the roof fell and may have sparked an underground fire.

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VA Tech's Students Signing Up

Updated: 07/10/2007 - Virginia Tech officials say more than 4,300 students and employees have signed up for the university's new emergency alert system.

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Keeping the Jamestown Flow

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Tourism was up at Jamestown's two attractions and Colonial Williamsburg after Jamestown's 400th anniversary events in May, and officials are looking to build on that momentum.

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No Lucky Seven

Posted: 07/09/2007 - For Virginia Lottery players, there was nothing lucky about the number seven on 7-7-07.

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Monitoring Virginia's Rivers

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Virginia plans to install a monitoring station in the Potomac River that will help marine biologists studying the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.

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Cool April Means Fewer Peaches

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Damage from several frosty nights in April is becoming apparent now in central and southwest Virginia, where some peach growers expect a smaller harvest than usual.

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Governor's Cabinet Community Day

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Governor Tim Kaine and his Cabinet are visiting Virginia's Eastern Shore Monday. It's their sixth Cabinet Community Day session.

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Stafford Residents Oppose Transmission Line

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Stafford County residents opposed to a new Dominion Virginia Power transmission line will be in Richmond this week as the State Corporation Commission holds final hearings on the company's plan.

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Fewer Section 8 Homes

Posted: 07/09/2007 - The Washington region could lose up to 26,000 affordable housing units over the next five years.

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VA Tech Orientation

Posted: 07/09/2007 - Virginia Tech is welcoming new students Monday, at its first freshmen orientation session since the April shootings that left 33 dead.

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Schools Work to Increase Numbers

Updated: 08/27/2007 - A new program is pairing majority white Virginia schools with historically black North Carolina schools in an effort to increase the number of minorities completing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math.

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