Briefs

February 27, 2012

Va. soldier dead after Quran protest, family says; Possible tornado destroys boathouse in Mathews; Liberty University may expand to Massachusetts; Magnitude-6.8 quake shakes Siberia; Activists rally against Africa dictator’s UN prize; NC man loses $49k collection of poisonous snakes Read More

Briefs

December 8, 2011

Panel rejects campus crime notification proposals; Va. Court of Appeals exonerates Haynesworth; Federal aid for Louisa County quake victims tops $5 million; US launches ‘virtual’ embassy for Iran; Occupy protests move to foreclosed homes; AP sources: Drone crashed in Iran on CIA mission Read More

Briefs

December 5, 2011

Virginia Tech seeks to block fine in shooting case; Some medical advisors question abortion rules; Cuccinelli says now is the time to run for governor; Man dead at Occupy campsite on North Texas campus; Latin and Caribbean nations create bloc; U.S. budget cuts hit a wall Read More

Briefs

December 1, 2011

VCU employee convicted for sex-based crime with a minor; Fire call at VCU Medical Center turns out to be false; Governor sends health insurance exchange report to General Assembly; British Embassy attacked; U.S. to pay $2.5M in photo editor’s anthrax death; Norway killer declared insane Read More

Briefs

November 28, 2011

Earthquake aftershocks hit 50 in Louisa; Town Center’s monitoring policy creates backlash; Va. death-row inmate challenging video visitation; Missing SD student turns up at NY Occupy protest; Pakistan: 26 troops dead in NATO helicopter attack; Environmental programs fall victim to budget cuts Read More

Briefs

November 21, 2011

Governor to get long list of reforms; Virginia Power hits snag restarting nuclear reactor; Separated twins Teresa and Maria doing ‘very well’; Gadhafi’s son captured in Libyan desert; House rejects balanced budget amendment; FDA revokes approval of popular Avastin for breast cancer Read More

Briefs

November 17, 2011

State could face $1 billion budget gap, House committees learn; Children’s Museum of Richmond plans to open location in Chesterfield; Monument Avenue area closing ahead for movie filming; Alleged gunman shot by police at UC Berkeley dead; Cain vows clear foreign policy after Libya lapse; EU decides not to cut food aid program for poor Read More

Briefs

November 14, 2011

UVa replaces weapons policy; Bus driver charged in Dinwiddie crash that killed three; Arrests, convictions rare in Va. college sex assault cases; Police probe possible shots fired near White House; North Anna nuclear reactors coming back online; End of an era: Italy’s Berlusconi resigns Read More

Briefs

November 7, 2011

FEMA OKs aid to Louisa residents; Memo says utility, U.S. covered up fault line’s existence; VCU Police respond to weekend shooting; At least 69 dead in north Nigeria attacks by Muslim sect; Slaying plunges Colombia rebels into uncertainty; Most of the unemployed no longer receive benefits Read More

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