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Q: what happen to school borded director who hired man to kill wife at his home (Campbell )
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Q: What happened in the murder trial of marquis Harmon (Petersburg City )
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Q: Claude Delmus Shaffer murder charges dropped?? (Page )
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Q: was michell givens convicted (Sussex )
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Q: WILLIAM KEENE MURDER TRAIL (Fairfax )
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Q: who was girl who killed her boyfriend, wrapped him in tarp (Rockingham )
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Q: What is the outcome of the murder case of Bobbie Jo bell
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Q: Trial outcome of Hassan Harvey (Norfolk City )
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Q: Shannon crane, who was target? who hired him?
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Q: Trial outcome of James s witherow (Martinsville City )
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Q: steve hall murder trial (Henry )
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Q: There was a trial for the murder of a women (wife) I believe in the 90s that was ruled a mistrial when one of the juror reported they used the same drug for depression as the accused (husband). It may have been Carpenter, not sure. What was the date (Harrisonburg City )
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Q: Status of Herbert Bland Jr. Chesterfield va (Chesterfield )
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Q: Raymond Ratliff murder case (Tazewell )
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Q: DAVID RASH MURDER TRIAL 1975 (Prince William )
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Q: What date was Beulah Frances Carpenter drug trail in 1969 (Fairfax )
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Q: Who did Larry farrar murder (Buckingham )
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Q: Who were the 2 guys in the 1990s that got convicted for the murder for hire of Chip Miller in Blacksburg (Montgomery )
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Q: did Edith Maxwell Kill her father Trigg maxwell (Wise )
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Q: troy hager (Bland )
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Q: Has Corey abshire been convicted? (Chesapeake City )
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Q: Was anyone ever arrested for killing the woman on beech drive ten years ago?
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Q: Murders in the 1980s (Shenandoah )
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Q: Cory abshire (Chesapeake City )
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Q: murder for hire suspect arrested on 11/27/13 in Petersburg va? (Petersburg City )
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Q: Who is on murder trial in Pulaski County, VA on 11-21-13 (Pulaski )
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Q: what is the progress on the Hassan Harvey murder trail (Norfolk City )
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Exclusive: Valerie Lowe, accused of fatally shooting husband says she 'grabbed gun for protecti
Virginia Beach, Virginia
In an exclusive interview from the St. Lucie County Jail, Valerie Lowe said she shot and killed her husband in self-defense. Now, she has to find an attorney willing to make that case in court.
April 20 2014
Senate passes budget with private health care option
Virginia
The Senate today approved its version of the state budget with a plan for extending health coverage to hundreds of thousands of uninsured Virginians.
April 20 2014
Senate passes budget with private health care option, then recesses
Virginia
The Senate today approved its version of the state budget with a plan for extending health coverage to hundreds of thousands of uninsured Virginians, but the spending plan is not likely to go anywhere
April 20 2014
Little-known panel biggest obstacle in Virginia health care fight
Virginia
MIRC — it rhymes with “jerk” — is the acronym for the Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission, a little-known legislative panel that might be the biggest obstacle to Virginia’s health care fix, once
April 20 2014
Both sides told what they want
Virginia
Seemingly on cue, tremblers from the health care battle are rippling through this earthquake-rattled town of Louisa, 60 miles west of Virginia’s political epicenter, Richmond.
April 20 2014
International Ultraviolet Association Sponsors Workshop on Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs)
Dulles, virginia
The International Ultraviolet Association will host a Healthcare Associated Infections Workshop on April 24, 2014 at the Aerobiology Laboratory Associates Inc., 43760 Trade Center Pl. in Dulles, Virginia, ...
April 20 2014
LeMaster of field and mat: No slowdown for Eagles’ one-legged wonder
Dulles, virginia
-Age: 15 -School: Freedom H.S. -GPA: 4.05 -Sports: Wrestling; Lacrosse -Natural legs: 1 -Artificial legs: 1 -Age at amputation: 10 -Career interest: Prosthetic medicine
April 20 2014
Former Prince William supervisors chair named president of healthcare association
Dulles, virginia
Sean Connaughton has a new job.
April 20 2014
Loudoun Board Eyes Aid For Ailing HealthWorks
Dulles, virginia
News that HealthWorks of Northern Virginia, a nonprofit that provides medical services to thousands of Loudouners annually, is running a $1.2 million yearly deficit has Board of Supervisors considerin
April 20 2014
Defendant linked to officer's death has history of gang-related violence
Goochland, Virginia
WINCHESTER -- A Front Royal man whom authorities have linked to the disappearance and death of a reserve police captain in Waynesboro appeared in Winchester Circuit Court on Friday for a probation revocation hearing.
April 19 2014
Authorities link Front Royal man in police captain's death
Goochland, Virginia
Authorities have charged a Front Royal man as the seventh defendant in a case involving the disappearance and murder of Waynesboro Police Reserve Capt. Kevin Quick.
April 19 2014
John Edwards returns to court practicing law
North Carolina
GREENVILLE, North Carolina (AP) Former U.S. senator and Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards has returned to the courtroom to help represent a 4-year-old Virginia boy in a medical malpractice case.Edwards is one of three...
April 19 2014
John Edwards back in court — this time as a lawyer for Va. boy's malpractice case
North Carolina
Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards, who lost his bid for the White House in 2004, has returned to his original trade as a lawyer and launched a medical malpractice case on behalf of a 4-year-old Virginia boy. Mr. Edwards and three other attorneys are representing the family of a ...
April 19 2014
Wednesday, March 26, 2014: Orrington gun club, competitive health care, Common Core
Somerset, virginia
Posted March 25, 2014, at 10:10 a.m. We want to respond to questions regarding recent stray bullets threatening folks in Orrington. Following an investigation, the Perkins family can report the following: There is no admission from the gun club of issues with bullets escaping the range.
April 19 2014
Beller: Not guilty of attempted murder, guilty of other offenses
Bluefield, Virginia
— After deliberating for more than three hours Wednesday, a Mercer County jury found a Raleigh County resident who ran down a Tractor Supply employee in February 2013 not guilty of attempted murder, but guilty of malicious assault and other offenses.
April 19 2014
Va. senator who was attacked by mentally ill son says 'real work lies ahead' on mental heal
Washington
WASHINGTON — R. Creigh Deeds, the Virginia state senator whose mentally ill adult son attacked him before killing himself, called mental health reform he helped push through the state's General Assembly in the wake of the tragedy "incremental change."
April 19 2014
Prescription drug misuse, abuse deadly
Washington
West Virginia leads the nation in drug overdose deaths, according to the Trust for America’s Health, a Washington D.C.-based health policy organization. Debbie Mann, youth services coordinator and Marion County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (SAPC) coordinator at the Marion County Family Resource Network (FRN), said that in West Virginia, the vast majority of these fatalities are due to ...
April 19 2014
Senator: 'Real work lies ahead' on mental health
Washington
WASHINGTON (AP) — R. Creigh Deeds, the Virginia state senator whose mentally ill adult son attacked him before killing himself, called mental health reform he helped push through the state's General Assembly in the wake of the tragedy "incremental change."
April 19 2014
Records: Man who shot Navy sailor was convicted felon
North Carolina
The civilian truck driver who killed a sailor aboard a destroyer at the world's largest naval base was a convicted felon from Virginia, according to prison records and the Navy.
April 19 2014
Records Show Man Who Shot Sailor Was Convicted Felon
North Carolina
The civilian truck driver who killed a sailor aboard a destroyer at the world's largest naval base was a convicted felon from Virginia, according to prison records and the Navy.
April 19 2014
Navy official identifies civilian who shot sailor at base; records show he is convicted felon
North Carolina
NORFOLK, Va. - The civilian truck driver who killed a sailor aboard a destroyer at the world's largest naval base was a convicted felon from Virginia, according to prison records and the Navy. The Navy identified the shooter Thursday as Jeffrey Tyrone Savage. Records show he was convicted of voluntary manslaughter in North Carolina in a 2005 shooting and about a decade earlier he spent time in ...
April 19 2014
Civilian who shot Navy sailor in Norfolk was convicted felon, official says
North Carolina
NORFOLK, Va. -- The civilian truck driver who killed a sailor aboard a destroyer at the world's largest naval base was a Virginia man who records show was a convicted felon, a Navy official said Thursday.
April 19 2014
Man pleads to W.Va. crimes before deputy's death
West Virginia
A man convicted in a Pennsylvania wreck that killed a sheriff's deputy has pleaded guilty to charges in West Virginia.
April 19 2014
Charges dropped against one in Samanata Shrestha case
Virginia
In court Wednesday, charges were dropped against one party in the Samanata Shrestha case, and court appearances for two others were pushed back.
April 18 2014
Carers plead for funding to help sufferers of insatiable hunger disorder Prader-Willi syndrome
Virginia
A care home for sufferers of a rare and potentially fatal genetic disorder that causes insatiable hunger is sitting largely unused, just north of Sydney.
April 18 2014
Henry Ford Health System of Detroit to Enroll and Treat Patients in CEL-SCI’s Phase III Head and
Virginia
VIENNA, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CEL-SCI announced that the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan is the latest U.S. clinical center to join the Company’s Phase III head and neck cancer clinical trial.
April 18 2014
It's Deadline Day for Health Care Enrollment
Virginia
Uninsured Maryland residents are facing a deadline to enroll in a health care plan in a state that still has serious computer problems with its online health exchange.
April 18 2014
BREAKING NEWS: County inmate dies
Virginia
An inmate in the Henry County Jail has died, according to a release from the Henry County Sheriff's office. Timothy Michael Clark Jr., 28, of 291 Main St., Ridgeway, was pronounced dead at 12:24 a.m. Tuesday at Memorial Hospital in Martinsville, Capt. Eric Winn stated in a release.
April 18 2014
Introducing Dal's honorary degree recipients for Spring Convocation 2014
Virginia
Nine outstanding individuals are set to receive honorary degrees this May, including North Korean prison escapee Donghyuk Shin, IWK Health Centre President Anne McGuire and Canadian Tire Board Chair Maureen J. Sabia.
April 18 2014
Roadside zoo measures pass both houses in weakened form
Virginia
Both houses of the Maryland General Assembly have passed bills to stiffen requirements for roadside zoos without requiring them to be accredited or meet certain safety and animal-care standards.
April 18 2014
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