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7 things you need to know about state police enforcement on July 4 weekend

Here are seven things you need to know about how Virginia State Police is stepping up enforcement for the July 4 holiday weekend.

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Virginia's Pamunkey Indian Tribe granted federal recognition

The designation allows federal spending on medical care, housing and education

Virginia expands DNA database to include more disdemeanors


New law expands Virginia's DNA database

The chances of a person's DNA going into Virginia’s forensic database just got bigger. Effective July 1, the Commonwealth is expanding it.

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DOJ: Students' gender identity determines restroom use

The U.S. Justice Department says in a court filing that transgender students must be allowed to use the restroom that corresponds with their gender identity.

A behind the scenes look at the 2015 Salem Fair


2015 Salem Fair features new rides, kiddie corral for families

The Salem Fair has been a summer tradition for thousands of people in Southwest Virginia for nearly 30 years. From new foods to new rides, the event always tries to put a new spin on an old event.

UPDATE: Both lanes of I-64 West still closed after tractor-trailer accident, fire in Albemarle Co.

A tractor-trailer accident caused major delays on Interstate 64 in Albemarle County on Tuesday.

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Vendors prepare for an increase in fireworks sales this week

Fire and emergency crews are preparing for what could be a very busy week. We are just days away from the holiday weekend and people are already stocking up on fireworks.

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Woman accused of lying to Lyon sisters grand jury waives preliminary hearing

Patricia Welch was arrested December 5, 2014 and charged with perjury. Her case is now headed to a July session of the Bedford County Grand Jury for review.

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