Law and Crime

Law & Crime
4:26 pm
Fri October 4, 2013

Virginia Hosts First Human Trafficking Summit

While Virginia has made significant strides to confront human trafficking, it’s still a growing problem—so much so that Governor McDonnell hosted the first-ever state Human Trafficking Summit. What those in attendance learned is that while Virginia-especially Northern Virginia—is still one of the largest hubs for traffickers, law enforcement is quickly gaining ground.

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Free VIN Etching
4:00 am
Mon September 30, 2013

Preventing Vehicle Theft

The Virginia State Police and the DMV are highlighting a program that’s been around for some time … but because of a change in state law, it's being extended to a growing category of motorists.

Moped and motorcycle operators are now being offered a free accessory that police believe helps deter theft and even lowers some insurance premiums.

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Campus Discussion on Immigration
4:00 am
Wed September 25, 2013

9500 Liberty

The United States has been called a ‘land of immigrants” and some say the debate about immigration reflects the very core of our identity as Americans.

The immigration reform bill, passed by the US Senate in June, appears stalled in Congress. 

A film called, 9500 Liberty documented the reaction in Prince William County, Virginia, when an Arizona-style immigration ordinance was implemented there several years ago.

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Law & Crime
7:57 am
Wed September 18, 2013

Lawmakers May Review Access Given to Military Contractors

In the wake of this week’s shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, some Virginia lawmakers are renewing their push for new gun control measures. While that effort is unlikely to go anywhere, there seems to be bipartisan agreement the Pentagon needs to review the access it grants contractors.

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VA Tech Shootings
6:28 am
Fri September 13, 2013

VA Tech Victim Families Still Seeking Closure

Credit Virginia Tech

Thirty-two sets of families are still dealing with the losses they experienced six years ago due to the Virginia Tech shootings.  And while they have tried to heal in their own ways, two still believe there's an injustice that must be righted. It's why they appeared at the Virginia Supreme Court, where they also heard state attorneys argue why a ruling holding Tech responsible for the massacre should be overturned.

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