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Fairfax County Joins Immigrant Fight Against Deportation

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Last updated on April 14th, 2019A part of Virginia’s local government called Fairfax County is making great efforts in counteracting against the immigration policy put forward by the Trump administration. Fairfax County a part of Washington and the northern Virginia is considering helping the illegal immigrants, fight deportation by creating a taxpayer-funded legal defense fund…

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Tony Bennett Team Gain Lost Confidence After Latest Victory

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Tony Bennett and his team Virginia Cavaliers finally witnessed things going in their favor after their latest triumph in the South Region final and national semifinal. A day before the game between Virginia Cavaliers and Texas Tech, Tony Bennett said, “I believe our steps are ordered.” The match was said to be the first national…

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police Chief Tonya Chapman

Virginia’s First African-American Female Police Chief Resignation Raises Suspicion

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Last updated on April 1st, 2019On Monday, Virginia’s first African-American female police chief claimed in her four-page letter that she was forced to resign. She said her resignation from the post was racially motivated. Tonya Chapman became the first African-American woman to be appointed as police chief in 2016. She was seen as the chief…

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Charlottesville

Cops in Charlottesville Arrest 17-year-old in Links with ‘Threat to Schools’

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The cops in Charlottesville, Va., reported the arrested of a 17-year-old boy in links with a threat that “contained vile, racially charged language targeted African-American and Hispanic students” at an area high school. At a press conference on Friday, police Chief RaShall Brackney said that the suspect was believed to have made “threats to commit…

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Amazon Receiving Subsidy from Arlington County Sparks Protests

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Arlington County with accord of its board members approved incentives worth $23 million for Amazon to establish its new headquarters in Virginia. The board unanimously approved the rebates with 5-0 vote to give Amazon pay-per-performance allowances, totaling about $23 million over the span of 15 years. Amazon decided to build their new headquarters in Virginia…

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National Emergency Resolution Divides Senators of West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio

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Border wall funding has taken over a dramatic turn with President Donald Trump’s declaration of national emergency last month. Since then, various debates have taken place to end the national emergency. On Thursday, a resolution to end the same was floated that came out as a straight blow to the president. The floated resolution resulted…

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Virginia EMT Alex McNabb Loses Job Post Racist Remarks during a Podcast

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Alex McNabb, a Virginia Emergency medical technician (EMT) who made racist remarks, has been ousted of his services by Jeb Stuart Rescue squad after his racist comments came up on a podcast. McNabb differentiated the black patients to gorillas and also professed to take “immense satisfaction” as he “terrorized” an African-American boy with a needle.…

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Report: Gas prices likely to increase in Virginia

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The gas prices in Virginia have surged by 8.1 cents per gallon during the last week, averaging $2.31/g on March 11, as stated in GasBuddy’s survey of 4,081 stations. Currently, Virginia’s gas prices are 22.9 cents per gallon more than last month’s valuation. However, the figure is 3.2 cents per gallon lesser than a year…

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Frank Wagner

Retirement of Sen. Frank Wagner and Like may Affect Upcoming Elections

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A series of senior Virginian senator’s retirement have been witnessed by Americans, including that of State Sen. Frank Wagner from R-Virginia Beach. As per the declaration by Frank Wagner, having 28 years of experience in Virginia’s legislature will not run for the upcoming elections. Wagner is the third Republican legislator to go on retirement. Given…

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