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Virginia Buys New Drug For Future Executions

Virginia Buys New Drug For Future Executions

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Virginia has bought a new sedative that will be used as a lethal injection drug. The Department of Corrections will use midazolam in its three-drug mix during future executions. The company that makes the sedative opposes its use for killing inmates, BUT some state prison systems continue to buy it. The surviving family of a recent deceased Ohio inmate sued the Buckeye State after it was used there.

 

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UVA Revokes Agreements With Pi Kappa Alpha And Sigma Nu

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The University of Virginia has revoked agreements with two of its oldest fraternities.

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Virginia Baseball Wins Over North Carolina, 3-2

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The Virginia baseball team won 3-2 over North Carolina on Friday night. The Cavaliers were led by Brandon Downes with 3 RBI and Nathan Kirby with 12 strikeouts. Virginia and North Carolina will continue their series Saturday at 1:00 pm.

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Sportscaster Craig Sager battling leukaemia

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The longtime sideline reporter is in the fight of his life.

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Making headlines this week

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A look at the week's top newsmakers and the stories you may have missed.

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This weekend’s sports schedule

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A complete look at this weekend's sports schedule.