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Illegal voting in Virginia? Yes. Massive? Doubtful.
Jun 23,2017

For years, Republicans have loudly proclaimed that voter fraud is widespread in U.S. elections – and just as adamantly, Democrats have insisted that such allegations are nonsense.

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Colleges must provide counseling after a student suicide
Jun 13,2017

When a college student commits suicide, it can shake the campus to its core, as other students struggle with grief, perhaps guilt and a range of emotions.


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Regency Square Mall getting facelift, new anchor
Jun 13,2017

Regency Square Mall has started to undergo a $30 million renovation to refresh its look and bring in new retailers.

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Debate continues, but Monroe Park renovation on track
Jun 13,2017

If the renovation work stays on schedule, Monroe Park will reopen next spring with improvements in energy-efficient lighting, walkways and an updated stormwater management system.


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Library exhibit will explore AIDS epidemic
Jun 12,2017

The year was 1986. The place: Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital in New York City. Food trays lined the corridors of the hospital's inpatient care unit. Why? Because cafeteria workers wanted to avoid contact

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Monument will honor African-American Virginians
Jun 12,2017

One of the hot-button issues in Southern states is the controversy over monuments that celebrate Confederate figures from the Civil War. A new monument in Richmond that commemorates the Emancipation

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Monday marks 50th anniversary of 'Loving' decision
Jun 12,2017

In Caroline County in the 1950s, Richard and Mildred Loving began an important story that would become an award-winning film: falling in love, getting married and then getting thrown in jail

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Veterans center will be named for 2 war heroes
Jun 08,2017

A veterans health-care center planned for Virginia Beach will be named for two war heroes from the area, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Wednesday during a ceremony at the Virginia War Memorial.




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