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General Assembly passes emergency legislation

RICHMOND — In a special session Wednesday, the Virginia General Assembly unanimously passed emergency legislation that will essentially serve as a bandage for criminal case evidence until the 2010 legislative…

Gov. Kaine to cut Va. revenues $1.5 billion

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Tim Kaine is lowering the state’s estimated revenue by nearly $1.5 billion for the two-year budget that ends in June, the fourth such reduction in…

Kanode murder trial rescheduled

A Dublin man was slated to go on trial Monday in the 2008 murder of a Radford woman, but the case has been rescheduled. The trial for French David Kanode…

General Assembly passes emergency legislation

RICHMOND — In a special session Wednesday, the Virginia General Assembly unanimously passed emergency legislation that will essentially serve as a bandage for criminal case evidence until the 2010 legislative…

VT gunman talked to 3 separate counselors

ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — University counselors should have discussed and addressed the mental health troubles the Virginia Tech gunman told them he was having before the massacre, victims’ relatives said.…

Kanode murder trial rescheduled

A Dublin man was slated to go on trial Monday in the 2008 murder of a Radford woman, but the case has been rescheduled. The trial for French David Kanode…

VT gunman talked to 3 separate counselors

ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — University counselors should have discussed and addressed the mental health troubles the Virginia Tech gunman told them he was having before the massacre, victims’ relatives said.…

Playground donations needed

Virginia Tech’s Circle K International club plans to build a playground at Heritage Park this fall, but they need the public’s help in reaching their financial goal to do so.…

Boucher hears from the people

In his 27 years serving the Sixth U.S. House District, Congressman Rick Boucher says Tuesday morning’s town hall meeting on healthcare had the largest turnout of any he has held.…

Concerns brought before School Board

A local citizen expressed her concerns about the condition of Pulaski County’s middle schools during the Pulaski County School Board’s most recent meeting. Frances Viars addressed the school board during…