A former officer with the Fluvanna Chamber of Commerce has been sentenced to ten years in prison. Brenda Van Emmenis was convicted of embezzling from National Filter Service in Fork Union over a six-year period. The Fluvanna Review newspaper reports that in addition to the ten-year prison term, Van Emmenis must pay $850,000 in restitution. She pleaded guilty to 13 counts of embezzlement and seven counts of money laundering. Van Emmenis once served as vice-president of the Fluvanna Chamber of Commerce.
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Here's a look at the big sports headlines you'll be talking about today, Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Broadcasters could be fined for using the moniker of the Washington NFL team, a word many consider a slur to Native Americans.
Kansas City beat Oakland in a thrilling do-or-die playoff to eke out a victory in their first postseason game for 29 years.
With help from high-end designers, the new Mrs. George Clooney vaulted to the top of Hollywood fashion.