A former Culpeper County bus aide has been convicted of assaulting an autistic boy. A former teacher’s aide facing the same assault and battery charge was acquitted. The Culpeper Star-Exponent reports that 56-year-old former bus aide Betty Turner was given a 180-day suspended sentence. He also forbid Turner from working children under 12 and ordered her to attend anger management classes. She is not allowed to have contact with the boy. He found 50-year-old former teacher’s aide Linda Rastall not guilty. The women were accused of physically and verbally assaulting the boy on a school bus in an attempt to control him. Both women resigned following the February incident.
The University of Virginia has returned to good standing with an accreditation agency.
Governor McDonnell says he wants to do more to help people with mental health issues.
Funeral faux pas? The president and leaders of two European countries pose for a self-portrait.
Delegate David Toscano wants General Assembly legislation that would oversee actions by ABC agents.
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