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Amtrak Pushes New Security Measures

Posted: 02/18/2008 - Amtrak passengers will have to submit to random screening of carry-on bags in a major new security push that will include officers with automatic weapons and bomb-sniffing dogs patrolling platforms and trains, the railroad planned to announce Tuesday.

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Advance Mills Replacement Bridge

Updated: 02/18/2008 - After a back and forth between VDOT and the Federal Highway Administration, it appears a temporary replacement for the Advance Mills bridge is finally a go.

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House Committee Approves Concealed Gun Bill

Posted: 02/18/2008 - A House of Delegates panel has endorsed legislation that would allow people to carry concealed handguns in restaurants or clubs, but would prohibit them from drinking alcohol on the premises.

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Senate Resisting Anti-Illegal Immigrant Bills

Updated: 02/18/2008 - Senators began chipping away at anti-illegal immigrant legislation passed in the House, watering down or killing bills that would require proof if citizenship for changing your name or applying for a marriage license.

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Undercover Video Triggers Beef Recall

Updated: 02/18/2008 - An undercover video showing crippled and sick animals being shoved with forklifts has led to the largest beef recall in the United States and a scramble to find out if any of the meat is still destined for school children's lunches.

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Budget Committees Meet; Cut Kaine Programs

Posted: 02/18/2008 - The Republican-run House Appropriations Committee approved an austerity budget Sunday that trims the governor's preschool initiative and funds 2 percent pay raises.

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Tech Seeks Answers To Emergency Funding Request

Posted: 02/18/2008 - Virginia Tech administrators hope that a meeting this week will provide answers about their request for nearly $6 million in federal emergency assistance funding in the aftermath of the mass shootings on campus 10 months ago.

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President's Day Tours At Montpelier

Updated: 02/18/2008 - On Monday you'll see and hear advertisements for big one day sales and most places will even be closed. That's because it's President's Day and there's something special going on at one local historical site.

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One Dead In Route 29 Accident

Updated: 02/16/2008 - A two vehicle accident along Route 29,in Greene County, Saturday afternoon resulted in the death of a Gordonsville woman.

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Virginia Senate Passes Gas Tax Bill

Updated: 02/16/2008 - Virginia lawmakers ditched the abusive driver's fees, but they were counting on the revenue from those fees to go toward maintaining Virginia's roadways. One way they're thinking of making up some of that money is tacking on a tax on your gas.

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Chinese Association Celebrates Lunar New Year

Updated: 02/16/2008 - Folks at Fashion Square Mall got a taste of the orient Saturday afternoon, as the Piedmont Chinese Association held its annual celebration of the Lunar New Year.

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Eight Dead In Maryland Street Racing Crash

Updated: 02/18/2008 - Eight people were killed Saturday in Prince George's County when a car apparently drove into a crowd that had gathered to watch a street race.

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Local Group Calls For More Pedestrian Friendly Roads

Updated: 02/16/2008 - Thursday night's accident on Rio Road, the fifth such pedestrian accident on the stretch of road in the past year, prompted a local group to call for more pedestrian friendly roads.

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Type One Herpes on the Rise in Youth

Posted: 02/15/2008 - Talking to your child about sex can be difficult for many parents, especially different types of sex. One local doctor fears some moms and dads are leaving out parts of the important conversation, because now herpes among youth is on the rise. How it's spread my surprise you.

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