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A Roanoke hospital has been involved in trauma education for a while.  But the increase in mass shootings and similar incidents that require quick medical attention have changed the mission a bit.

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Comfort is a staple in the Richmond dining scene. The 15-year old restaurant is known for its elevated home-style cooking. But as of March, the restaurant has become known for something new. After paying their bills and paying their staff, the two owners have decided to donate profits to help fight hunger -- indefinitely. And for them, the cause is personal.

Voting has already started for the June primaries.

Some Virginia Republicans are reviving a dormant congressional caucus aimed at highlighting constitutional obligations, but Democrats accuse them of hypocrisy for failing to conduct simple oversight on the Trump administration.

How far should a college go to investigate anonymous threats? That’s the main issue in a lawsuit brought by University of Mary Washington students.

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Disclosure forms show that lawmakers are taking far fewer gifts than they once did, before former Governor Bob McDonnell found himself in federal court defending gifts from a wealthy businessman.

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While shareholders of Dominion Energy met in Richmond Wednesday for their annual update, pipeline protesters took to the street.


Last week, two men went on trial for the beating of a black man in a Charlottesville parking garage after the Unite the Right rally, and this week a third will have his day in court.  The parents of the first man – Jacob Goodwin – are featured in a new documentary produced by NBC Left Field – a division of the network that produces programs seen through social media. 

Charlottesville police are again searching the home of a young man who disappeared in November of 2012.  They say they’re retracing their footsteps – hoping to find some new leads.  They may also get calls following a documentary to be shown on the Investigation Discovery channel Wednesday.

Red Terry and her daughter Minor had been living on platforms in the trees for five weeks, hoping to prevent crews from clear-cutting a path for the Mountain Valley Pipeline.  Last week, a judge threatened fines of $1,000 a day, so the two came down, but now they’re on tour, speaking out against the MVP and Governor Ralph Northam. 


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