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Friday Rally For Dashad Sage Smith

A rally on behalf of transgender teen Dashad Sage Smith will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the city's Lee Park.

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Bush Joins Trump, Kasich As Early Filers

Jeb Bush has joined Donald Trump and John Kasich on the list of GOP presidential hopefuls who have filed petition signatures for a March 1st primary.

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RSWA Likes Modernization Plan For Ivy

The RSWA's Executive Director welcomes the Albemarle Supervisors' actions to upgrade the transfer station at the former Ivy landfill.

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Women Convicted After Dog’s Death

Two women who used to work at a Richmond area pet store have been convicted following a dog's death in a heated cage dryer.

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Bedford Judge Delays Murder Trial

A judge in Bedford County has delayed the trial of a man who's charged with killing two pre-teen sisters in 1975.

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Montgomery Schools Will Have Flag Ban

The Montgomery County School Board has approved a new dress code that won't let students wear clothes that display the Confederate flag.

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Northam Kicks Off ’17 Race For Governor

Ralph Northam has officially launched his 2017 bid for the Governor's Mansion.

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Kaine: Let Congress Vote On ISIL

Senator Tim Kaine tells Congress to stop lobbing critiques and act.

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Tax Break For Virginia Businesses

Virginia businesses will be paying less unemployment insurance next year.


State Expects Spike In Medicaid

Virginia's latest economic forecast includes a big spike in Medicaid funding.

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Slight Drop In Virginia Thanksgiving Travel

The number of Virginians traveling this Thanksgiving holiday will be down slightly compared to last year.

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McDonnell Picks Up Support In Appeal

Former politicians from all persuasions are supporting Bob McDonnell in his appeal.

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Gordonsville Man Gets Prison Term

A Gordonsville man must spend seven years in prison after being convicted Tuesday in Louisa County Circuit Court

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Summit On Heroin Use Planned

There will be a summit next month in Culpeper County that will focus on heroin use.

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Feds Point Fingers At VA Hospital

A federal agency has accused a Veterans Administration hospital serving parts of Virginia of being an unsafe workplace.

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Part Of Cold Harbor Battlefield Opens

A part of the Cold Harbor Civil War battlefield will open Saturday in Hanover County.

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ABC Wants Johnson Suit Dismissed

The Virginia ABC Board and three of its agents are asking a federal judge to dismiss a civil lawsuit that UVA student Martese Johnson filed last month.


Friday Marks Smith Case 3rd Year

We are approaching Friday's third annivesary of the disappearance of transgender teen Dashad "Sage" Smith.

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Council Forgives Lewis & Clark Loan

City Councilors agree to forgive a loan to the Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center.

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UVA was upset on the road Monday night in the Nation's Capitol.

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