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Workman’s impeachment trial blocked by Supreme Court ruling

Workman’s impeachment trial blocked by Supreme Court ruling

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On Thursday, a group of judicial stand-ins blocked the upcoming impeachment trial of West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman. The reason cited was constitutional issues and errors in preliminary impeachment proceedings. Workman was impeached on a charge that she along with other justices failed to control their office expenses and did not maintain policies…

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As Hurricane Michael moves forward, Florida authorities order state evacuation

As Hurricane Michael descends, Florida authorities order state evacuation

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Hurricane Michael moved up to category three later on Tuesday and is expected to reach category four before it touches the coast of Florida. Currently about 200 miles south-southwest of the state, it is heading towards Florida Panhandle, land strip on Gulf of Mexico. According to the Florida governor Rick Scott, the hurricane is capable…

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Road rage in Virginia

Road Rage Incident in Virginia Witnesses Use of Handgun

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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

Assault weapon charges dismissed against Virginia tech student

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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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Manuel Alvarez Jr deletes a Tweet after Facing Severe Condemnation

County Supervisor Deletes a Tweet after Facing Severe Condemnation

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As the elections are nearing, the Republicans in the United States are across the internet, for all the right and wrong reasons. A conservative county supervisor in Central Virginia becomes yet another Republican to be in the headlines, drawing condemnation for tweeting about gunning down the pro-marijuana demonstrators, who had stormed the Capitol Hill office…

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Man gets life in prison for attempt to kill Austin judge in 2015

Man gets life in prison for attempt to kill Austin judge in 2015

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A 31-year-old Texas man has been sentenced to life imprisonment for an assassination attempt on a state judge in 2015. Chimene Onyeri was sentenced on Tuesday by U.S. District judge Lee Yeakel. The jury found Onyeri guilty of multiple counts of fraud, racketeering and other charges. According to the trial evidence, Onyeri, as a part…

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Corey Stewart

Corey Stewart Needs to Rebrand in Virginia

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Republican Corey Stewart , as a Senate candidate in Virginia, is struggling to reboot his stance, as his poll numbers are relatively low, money is scarce and there’s close to little support among the GOP establishment. With less than 40 days to go for the November 6 election, Stewart is blaming the vitriolic campaign that was…

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NC state vs Virginia

NC State Ease Past Virginia Securing Victory by 35-21

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Ricky Person certainly had the best stamina on the field as his set of fresh legs let him set a season high of 108 yards, helping North Carolina State beat Virginia 35-21 on Saturday in its Atlantic Coast Conference opener. Person last played in the season opener and suffered a hamstring issue, however his performance…

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Absentee Voting Option at Virginia Polls
Absentee Voting Option at Virginia Polls

Absentee Voting Option at Virginia Polls May Improve Voter Turnout

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Virginia polls are set to be introduced with the concept of absentee voting. Voters can begin to register themselves from today. Absentee voting is expected to increase the voter turnout, as it gives everybody the privilege to vote even if they are temporarily prevented from being present at the voting booth at the day of…

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