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Forget Points. What If March Madness Focused on Graduation Rates?
Mar 21,2019

March Madness has historically been a season of underdogs and upsets. But what would the brackets look like if teams in the tournament were pitted against each other using the graduation rates for their

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Trump's Business Dealings Violate Constitution, Attorneys General Say
Mar 20,2019

Flanked by U.S. flags, two attorneys general argued Tuesday that President Donald Trump is violating the constitutional ban against government officials accepting gifts or favors.


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Former New Orleans Mayor Calls for Honest Dialogue on Race
Mar 20,2019

If Civil War history is to be displayed across the American South, it must be portrayed fairly and accurately with an open dialogue about racial disparities in the region, the former mayor of New Orleans

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Virginia Electric Utilities Wiring Rural Areas for Broadband
Mar 19,2019

If you want internet service in the rural hamlet of Honaker, in far Southwest Virginia, Cable Plus is the only game in town. With internet speeds of 3 megabits per second, customers can go online


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Virginia Is for Irish Lovers
Mar 14,2019

Irish eyes are smiling in Virginia. From Lee County to Louisa, Rockbridge to Rappahannock, Virginia is home to about 790,000 people with Irish heritage, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

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New Laws Increase Access to Opioid Overdose Reversal Drug
Mar 14,2019

Responding to the state's opioid epidemic, Virginia is expanding the number of people legally authorized to dispense and administer the overdose reversal medication naloxone.

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Virginia student-athletes receive further concussion protection
Mar 14,2019

A new state law will require Virginia schools to regularly update their policies on educating coaches, student-athletes and parents about concussions and on when student-athletes

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Descendants of Racist Supreme Court Decision Speak Out
Mar 11,2019

In a city with a history of racism, descendants of Dred Scott and the judge who denied him his unalienable rights will come together in hopes of reconciliation.




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