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Weather Delays $1M Va. Fishing Tournament

Posted: 12/29/2010 - A high-stakes million dollar fishing challenge is set to begin in the waters off Virginia and North Carolina. The tournament was to begin over the weekend until a winter storm dumped a foot of snow in the Hampton Roads area.

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Sexually Reassigned Va. Inmate Sues Prison System

Posted: 12/29/2010 - A Virginia inmate who was born a male but surgically altered to be a female because of severe birth defects claims in a lawsuit against state officials that she should be held in a women's prison.

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Lawsuit in Death of Va. Inmate Moves Forward

Updated: 12/29/2010 - A judge is allowing a lawsuit claiming a Kansas-based inmate health care provider and its workers were negligent in the dehydration death of a mentally ill Virginia jail inmate to move forward.

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Report: Chesapeake Bay Improving, But Gets D-plus

Posted: 12/28/2010 - The Chesapeake Bay Foundation has released a report that concludes its namesake estuary is showing encouraging signs of improvement but remains afflicted with dead zones, fish kills and pollution.

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Assault Victim Found on I-66 Ramp in Virginia

Posted: 12/28/2010 - Police in Fairfax County are asking for the public's help after finding a 20-year-old man on a ramp to Interstate 66 with life-threatening injuries.

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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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