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Sen. Amanda Chase Raises Eyebrows for Openly Carrying Gun on Senate Floor

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Amanda Chase

Despite, the prevalent gun culture in the State of Virginia, when Sen. Amanda Chase, a Republican freshman seeking reelection this year, raised eyebrows by openly carrying a gun strapped to her hip on the Senate floor. Gun rules have been lenient in Mr. Jefferson’s Capitol. It has been observed that even visitors are allowed to…

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Virginia Uranium Case’s Fate to be Decided by the US Supreme Court

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Virginia Uranium Case

Coles hill, a Federal-style manor built in around 1817, presides over the largest untapped deposit of uranium in the United States. On Monday, the US Supreme Court will decide whether members of Coles family, who have worked on the land for more than 200 years, can now dig up to find what’s underneath. In 1980s,…

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Statistical ties between Rep. Brat and Democrat Spanberger in Virginia’s 7th District, poll reveals

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Brat and Spanberger

As the race in the onetime GOP stronghold is in its final week, Republican Dave Brat (R) and Democrat Abigail Spanberger are on a statistical tie in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District, according to a survey released by the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University on Monday. The poll revealed that 45 percent…

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Virginia- Virginia Tech Basketball Rivalry, Rankings won’t matter

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Sports, like anything else is marked with a string of rivalry especially in major tournaments and high-profiled competitions. The emerging world of sports continually leave traces of such rivalries – many of which are healthy rivalries. In rare occasions, there are cases of below-the-par exhibition of rivalry and this is pertinent in all sport across…

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Virginia dominated from the start and won against No. 2 Maryland, at the end of the Field Hockey Season

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The final score was 3-1, Virginia against Maryland, and it was a pretty exciting end to the Field Hockey Season. Sadly for The Terps, they closed the regular season with a pretty dramatic loss. Virginia’s head coach, Missy Merharg, tried her best to rally up the troops, to no avail. Virginia was just too quick,…

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Absentee Voting on a Frenzy Suggests New Records in the Making

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Virginia Absentee Voting

Virginia looks well on course to tumble all its previous ballot voting records as citizens notch up the voting pace, an analysis by Virginia Public Access project has found out. The ongoing pace of absentee voting also suggest that the number of early ballots may come close to 496,452 absentee voters cast in 2016. The…

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Hurricane Michael Engulfs 19, Thousands Waiting for Power Supply

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Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael is raging havoc in Virginia and the number of causalities from the incident has now risen to at least 19, as reported on Saturday. Besides, the recovery squad continues to retrieve people in parts of Virginia, Georgia and hard hit Mexico Beach, Florida. It has already been three days since the storm first…

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Road Rage Incident in Virginia Witnesses Use of Handgun

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Road rage in Virginia

The latest attack in Virginia has shocked the locals to their core. Friday, two Groups of men got in to what police are calling a road rage incident. The officials also said that one man even pulled a gun on the other? The incident happened around 6.30 am on Friday, and the cops in Prince…

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Assault weapon charges dismissed against Virginia tech student

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Assault weapon charges dismissed against Virginia tech student

Yunsong Zhao, a 19-year-old Chinese student attending class at Virginia Tech, was charged with possessing an assault rifle earlier this year. After a lot of speculations and the case looking like Zhao being targeted because he was a gun-owning Asian on an American campus that recently saw a deadly mass shooting, the charges have now been…

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