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Va. Plant Destroys Alcoholic Energy Drinks

Posted: 01/10/2011 - Hundreds of thousands of banned energy drinks that are part of a federal crackdown on the beverages are heading to a Virginia recycling center where they will be converted into ethanol and recycled aluminum and cardboard.

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Low Income Dental Clinic To Open In Orange County

Posted: 01/09/2011 - A new dental clinic for low-income patients is set to open this spring in Orange County after successful fundraising efforts and assistance from the Virginia Health Care Foundation.

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Smoking Banned on Subs at Sea

Posted: 12/30/2010 - Starting Saturday, smoking will no longer be allowed on submarines at sea. Navy officials announced the smoking ban in April.

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Va. Counties Receive Disaster Declaration

Posted: 12/30/2010 - Nine Virginia counties have been designated as federal disaster areas due to drought and excessive heat that harmed crops and livestock.

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Controversial Bust Returning to Va. Memorial

Updated: 12/29/2010 - The National D-Day Memorial plans to reinstall a bust of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin that drew opposition from veterans groups, local officials and some lawmakers.

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Dozens of Errors Found in Virginia Textbooks

Updated: 12/29/2010 - Historians have found a multitude of errors in social-studies textbooks used in some Virginia classrooms, including incorrect dates and facts.

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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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