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ET turned 39, which is well beyond the normal lifespan of an African penguin, even in captivity, the zoo said. [Read More]
More than 10,000 people have had their right to vote restored since Gov. Ralph Northam took office, the governor announced Tuesday. [Read More]
Liberty has a problem with freedom, according to an analysis by The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. [Read More]
The school in Lynchburg was singled out for making promises of allowing free speech but at the same time censoring the school's newspaper. [Read More]
Applications will be available and interviews will be conducted on-site. [Read More]
Here's a look at animal adoption specials for Valentine's Day. [Read More]
A Facebook event was set up to name Sept. 24 to 28 as an opportunity to give bus drivers thank you cards, flowers or any... [Read More]
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We're starting a new week, and it's looking it will be a rainy one. [Read More]
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Fighting Gravity Fitness will let you do yoga with your dog to help an animal rescue group in North Carolina. [Read More]
Following a restart with 14 laps to go, Bell eclipsed Matt Tifft and earned a spot in the second round of the Xfinity Series playoffs. [Read More]
Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and Willie Nelson — for his long hair — are now at RACC waiting for their shot at either the Grand... [Read More]
A 4-year-old and a 14-year-old were removed from the vehicle and turned over to Child Protective Services until being picked up by a family member. [Read More]
The Department of Forestry is asking for the seeds of 12 species of tree that may be growing in your own yard. [Read More]
He was last seen wearing a blue blazer, silver shirt, pink tie and blue jeans. He is 6 feet tall and weights 190 pounds. [Read More]
Students showed summer projects that had developed to Sadler and Richmond mayor Levar Stoney. [Read More]
More than 50 varieties of seedlings are available, including dogwood, cypress, maple, pine, oak and apple trees. [Read More]
Pamela Louise Lutz, 36, was last seen by her boyfriend in the 7100 block of Midlothian Turnpike. [Read More]
Extremities, such as legs, don't receive enough blood flow to keep up with demand, which causes pain. [Read More]
The National Weather Service said the river is expected to crest Wednesday at just above 15 feet, which is the threshold for moderate flood stage. [Read More]
No one was at home at the time, and the damage was contained to the kitchen. [Read More]
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