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Orange Co. Walmart Land Considered Endangered Civil War Site

Updated: 05/13/2010 - Opponents of the proposed Walmart store near the Wilderness Battlefield in Orange County now have more ammunition. The historic site was named an endangered Civil War battlefield Thursday by the Civil War Preservation Trust.

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Va. Officer Kills Aggressive Pit Bull

Posted: 05/12/2010 - A Newport News police officer shot and killed a pit bull after it killed another dog and acted aggressively toward police.

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Va. Prison Site Approved for New Neighborhood

Posted: 05/12/2010 - The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has approved plans to redevelop the site of the former Lorton prison into a neighborhood of homes, shops and offices.

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Va. Woman Goes Missing After Visiting Family in Michigan

Posted: 05/11/2010 - Investigators continued to search for a Newport News woman who has not been seen since visiting her parent's home in Michigan in late April. Police identified the missing woman as 32-year-old Venus Stewart.

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McDonnell Announces Va. Prisoner Re-entry Initiative

Posted: 05/11/2010 - Gov. Bob McDonnell wants Virginia to do more to keep prisoners from winding up back behind bars. He announced the creation Tuesday of a council to study ways to bring together state, private and faith-based resources to better plan for a prisoner's re-entry into society.

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Miss USA Photos Considered Seductive, Racy

Updated: 05/12/2010 - Publicity photos of contestants in the Miss USA pageant, including Miss Virginia Samantha Casey, have been called racy and inappropriate. Miss Universe Organization officials defend the revealing photos, saying they want to portray the contestants as sexy, sophisticated women.

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Delta to Increase Richmond-NYC Flights

Posted: 05/11/2010 - Delta Air Lines is expanding its daily nonstop service between Richmond and New York City. Delta announced Tuesday that it's adding three round-trip daily flights, effective Sept. 7.

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Virginia Beach Jail Inmates Plant New Garden

Posted: 05/10/2010 - Inmates at the Virginia Beach Correctional Center planted an experimental garden last month, with the goal to save money and provide fresh produce to other inmates. Before the garden, inmates ate either frozen or canned vegetables.

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