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Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board approves draft rule that would regulate power plant carbon emissions

  • BY ROBERT ZULLO Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • 19 hrs ago
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The Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board on Thursday unanimously approved a draft regulation to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants and link Virginia to a carbon-trading network of nine other states.

Charges certified for former UVa student — grandson of Gov. Dalton — accused of rape, sodomy

  • BY LAUREN BERG The Daily Progress
  • 14 hrs ago
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The accused student, the grandson of former Gov. John N. Dalton, is free on bond.

Charlottesville has the most expensive ACA plans in America

  • By Colby Itkowitz, The Washington Post
  • 17 hrs ago
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Monthly health-care insurance premiums increased all over America this year, but nowhere as dramatically as in Charlottesville, Virginia, an analysis shows.

Virginia Board of Education changes accreditation, graduation requirements

  • By Justin Mattingly Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • 18 hrs ago
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The Virginia Board of Education on Thursday revised the state’s school accreditation and graduation requirements.

Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board approves draft rule that would regulate power plant carbon emissions

  • BY ROBERT ZULLO Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • 19 hrs ago
  • ( )

The Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board on Thursday unanimously approved a draft regulation to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants and link Virginia to a carbon-trading network of nine other states.

Two ex-VDOT officials plead guilty to taking bribes for snow-removal contracts

  • By Rachel Weiner, The Washington Post
  • 19 hrs ago
  • ( )

Two officials in the Virginia Department of Transportation took nearly a half-million dollars in cash bribes from snowplow companies in exchange for valuable winter contracts.

State review of Charlottesville chaos cites confusion surrounding ‘rules of engagement’

  • By Ned Oliver Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • Nov 16, 2017
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A state review of the police response to the chaotic white nationalist protest in Charlottesville Aug. 12 cites poor communication between state and local responders, leading to confusion among officers on the ground surrounding the “rules of engagement” with protesters.

CASEY: Democrats’ email spooks ‘blue wave’ voter

The post-election email from the Democratic National Committee said, “Thank you for believing in our candidates, our values, and our party.” Betsy Boardwine wondered, “how did they know the way I voted?” And, “how did they get my email?”

Gun control groups say Virginia election means ‘enthusiasm gap’ has closed

  • By Fenit Nirappil, The Washington Post
  • Nov 15, 2017
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Gun control advocates say they hit a major milestone during last week’s Democratic sweep in Virginia: They turned out as many of their supporters to the polls as their opponents did.

Richmond Marathon disqualifies three runners, including men’s winner, for using agent suspected of doping ties

  • BY TIM PEARRELL Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • Nov 15, 2017
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Three of the top finishers in the Anthem Richmond Marathon have been disqualified because they were represented by a banned agent, Sports Backers announced on Wednesday.

Democrats file federal lawsuit demanding Stafford County accept 55 absentee ballots rejected in close House race

  • By Graham Moomaw Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • Nov 15, 2017
  • ( )

The Democratic caucus in the Virginia House of Delegates announced Wednesday that they have filed a federal lawsuit against Stafford County demanding that 55 late-arriving absentee ballots be counted in a close Fredericksburg-area election that could tip control of the House.

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