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Police Investigating Office Building Break-ins

Posted: 06/16/2010 - Police are investigating the possibility that fake ID badges are behind a string of recent unsolved office burglaries in Arlington. Authorities say they believe the suspects are posing as office workers by donning illegitimate identification.

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Some Va. ABC Stores Open for July Fourth

Posted: 06/16/2010 - The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control says stores that are normally open on Sundays will be open on July Fourth from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Of the 330 ABC stores statewide, about 130 are open on Sundays.

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Group Says Stimulus Gave Virginians $3 Billion

Posted: 06/16/2010 - The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis, a progressive Richmond think tank, says Virginians have received about $3 billion as a result of the federal stimulus package.

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11 Students Injured in Va. School Bus Wreck

Updated: 06/16/2010 - Police are investigating a school bus wreck Wednesday morning in Chesapeake that injured 11 students and the driver. The bus hit a ditch and tipped onto its side.

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Deck of Cards Features Unsolved Va. Slayings

Updated: 06/16/2010 - The "Hampton Roads Crime Line Cold Cases" deck of cards features a photo and description of 52 unsolved crimes from Virginia Beach to Williamsburg. The cards are being distributed in prisons and jails in an effort to find leads.

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Judge: No Reduced Sentence in Va. Tech Decapitation

Posted: 06/16/2010 - A judge is refusing to reduce the sentence for a former Virginia Tech graduate student who admitted to decapitating a classmate. Haiyang Zhu (HY'-yuhng JOO) was sentenced in April to to life without parole.

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JMU Hosts State Wind Energy Symposium

Posted: 06/16/2010 - A wind energy symposium, happening at James Madison University Wednesday, is bringing hundreds of renewable energy experts, from all over the country, to the Valley.

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Harrisonburg Soldier Killed in Afghanistan

Posted: 06/15/2010 - A Harrisonburg soldier supporting Operation Enduring Freedom has been killed in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday.

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VDOT Cancels I-81 Contracts

Updated: 06/15/2010 - The Virginia Department of Transportation has terminated two Interstate 81 maintenance contracts worth $56 million, saying the contractor didn't meet its requirements.

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Va. Waste Board Increases Landfill Fee

Posted: 06/15/2010 - The Virginia Waste Management Board is charging a larger yearly fee to operate a landfill. The board increased the fee by 79 percent annually for landfill operators including local governments and private businesses.

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Virginia Touts First Film Industry Tax Credit Law

Posted: 06/15/2010 - Gov. Bob McDonnell ceremonially signed Virginia's first law giving the tax credits to the motion picture industry on Monday. The law is designed to recruit the production of television, film, documentaries and interactive digital media to Virginia.

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Public Visitation, Funeral Set for Jimmy Dean

Posted: 06/15/2010 - A public visitation and an open funeral service for country music legend Jimmy Dean will be held in Richmond from noon to 8 p.m. June 20 at Nelson Funeral Home.

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