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Slavery Museum Property in Jeopardy

Posted: 12/25/2010 - Former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder could be on the verge of losing the 38-acre property in Fredericksburg where he had planned to build a slavery museum.

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Study: 49% of Va. Internet Speeds Below Marks

Updated: 12/25/2010 - A new study shows that nearly half of Virginians are using Internet connections with speeds below federal standards. The study by the Communications Workers of America says about 49 percent of Virginians have Internet speeds of at least 4 megabits per second.

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Judge Dismisses Va. Teacher's Mold Lawsuit

Posted: 12/23/2010 - A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a former Suffolk teacher who claimed she suffered respiratory problems and other ailments because of high levels of mold at the school where she worked.

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Virginia Tour Guide for 2011 Released

Posted: 12/22/2010 - Virginia has just released the 2011 Virginia is for Lovers travel guide, with more than 200 pages of amusement parks, beach getaways, wineries, history and outdoor adventure vacation ideas.

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No Bail for Va. Man Charged in Online Bomb Threat

Posted: 12/22/2010 - A federal magistrate has denied bond for an Arlington man charged with threatening on Facebook to detonate bombs on Metrorail trains and under manhole covers in Georgetown.

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Authorities Seek Help in 2005 Murder Case Gone Cold

Posted: 12/21/2010 - The Culpeper County Commonwealth's Attorney and Sheriff's Offices are again seeking the assistance of the public with their investigation into the 2005 murder of Sheryl Warner.

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2010 Census Numbers Revealed; Virginia Still Growing

Updated: 12/21/2010 - Population growth has been good in Virginia, just not good enough to gain an extra seat in Congress. Long-term projections suggest the Commonwealth could get another congressional seat in 2020.

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Virginia State Police Dangerously Understaffed

Posted: 12/21/2010 - Virginia State Police are heading into the holiday season with staffing levels some say are the worst in decades. Officials say it is putting troopers' lives at risk.

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Va. Delegate Wants to Ban Gays from National Guard

Updated: 12/21/2010 - A conservative Virginia legislator says he is drafting a bill to ban gays from serving in the Virginia National Guard following the vote by Congress to allow them to serve openly in the United States military.

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