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Another Bottle Bomb Device Explodes At Virginia Theater

A movie theater complex in Tysons Corner, Virginia, was evacuated after someone set off a "bottle bomb" early Sunday, the second time in just a week.

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McAuliffe And Herring Disagree Over Legal Fees For McDonnell Staffers

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring disagree over the need for the state to cover the legal fees of staffers to former Governor Bob McDonnell.
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Fairfax Police Release Audio From 911 Calls From Movie Theater Bomb Scare

The Fairfax County Police Department has released 911 calls from a very frightening weekend incident at a popular movieplex in Tysons Corner, Virginia.
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Standup Paddleboarding Exploding In Popularity In D.C.

Standup paddleboarding is coming into its own as a water sport in the nation's capital.

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Lawyers Want Virginia Primary Delayed Over Charges Of Gerrymandering

Lawyers for three plaintiffs are asking for a delay to Virginia's June primaries, saying the state's 3rd District is gerrymandered.

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Virginia GOP Hopes Opposing EPA Carbon Limits Will Be Political Winner

New limits to greenhouses gases from coal power plants represents a "war on coal," according to Republican lawmakers in Virginia, and they're hoping support from the commonwealth's coal country will vault them into power.

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WAMU Rewrites, Moves Don Beyer Volvo Underwriting Spots

The station has revised and moved underwriting spots from Don Beyer Volvo to eliminate the appearance of a conflict of interest while Beyer campaigns for a seat in Congress.
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Virginia Health Officials Confirm Second Measles Case

A second case of measles has been identified in Northern Virginia. Read on for a list of potential exposures sites.

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McDonnell Trial To Proceed, Couple To Be Tried Together

The corruption trial against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, is set to go on this summer after a judge tossed out a motion to dismiss most of the charges against the couple.
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Judge Dismisses McDonnell Request For Charges To Be Dropped

The corruption trial against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, is set to go to begin this summer after a judge today tossed out a motion to dismiss most of the charges against the couple.

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