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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) An artist who says the Baltimore Ravens stole his logo wants the team to stop selling any old game films that might show his design. A federal appeals panel heard arguments on the matter Friday, and it could be weeks before a ruling is issued.

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) A state report now says some university officials told their own family members about the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre before a campuswide alert was issued. That was among the revisions made at the behest of Gov. Timothy Kaine and victims' families, who wanted better accountability.

CHANTILLY, Va. (AP) Customs inspectors say a man from Guatemala used a bit more than Shake 'n Bake on a cooked chicken he tried to bring through Dulles International Airport. Officials say the bird was stuffed with more than $4,000 worth of cocaine.

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