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Governor McDonnell, Lieutenant Governor Bolling and ACLU ask state GOP to rescind loyalty oath in March primaryReporterA loyalty oath in Virginia’s presidential primary drew more opposition today from unlikely allies: the state’s top Republican elected officials and the American Civil Liberties Union. Governor Bob McDonnell joined Lieutenant Governor Bill...
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The US Supreme Court ruled Monday something law enforcement agencies in our area do may be unconstitutional. Tracking your location using GPS devices and you wouldn't even know about it. News 7 has been trying so to see how often it happens in our...
Two bills have advanced to a final House vote to restate more than 400 years of common law that shield from prosecution people who protect themselves from intruders in their homes. Democrats say the bills go too far in writing into Virginia law civil and...
Gov. Bob McDonnell says he will push for the repeal of a state law that requires school divisions to open after Labor Day, saying the longstanding measure is outmoded at a time when schools should be maximizing instructional time to prepare students for...
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A Halifax County woman found guilty of murdering her son-in-law will now spend nearly 23 years in prison. A judge sentenced Debra Scribner on Monday morning to 22 years and six months for murder, conspiracy and use of a gun following the shooting...
We have new details about the federal lawsuit over Confederate flags in Lexington. City leaders have asked the case to be thrown out. It was brought by the Sons of Confederate Veterans who say constitutional rights have been violated by not being...
Imminent danger or no way to know. It's the decision a jury will decide Wednesday in the Virginia Tech lawsuit. The university is being sued by two families of victims of the April 16, 2007, shootings. We now know this case will go into day number...
WDBJAttorneys for the families suing Virginia Tech continue to build their case against the university. The trial is now at the end of it's third day. Lawyers for families suing Virginia Tech are still presenting their evidence. There were two real...
Tags: Justice System, Shootings, Murder, Litigation, Witnesses
DAY 6: Several Blacksburg police officers, security experts testify in Virginia Tech shootings lawsuitFor a week, Virginia Tech was hammered in court for its actions on the day of the worst school shooting in American history. Now the school is telling its side of the story. Families suing Virginia Tech claim that the university failed to notify their...
reporterThe Botetourt County school system is responding to allegations against one of its former high school principals. Tim Bane filed a lawsuit against Danny and Cullen Goad claiming they smeared his name and reputation. The father and son are accused of...
The chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia says he followed the law when it comes to certifying presidential candidates. Pat Mullins issued the statement Wednesday, a day after Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry's campaign filed a lawsuit...
A federal appeals court has rejected Texas Gov. Rick Perry's bid to be placed on Virginia's Republican presidential primary ballot. A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously agreed with a lower court that Perry and three...
Tags: Justice System, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Voting, Government
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