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The state of Virginia will issue an historical marker in honor of NASCAR pioneer and Danville native Wendell Scott on April 5. The dedication will be at noon April 5 at the marker’s location at 118 Wendell Scott Drive in Danville. In 1963 Scott...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefSome Lynchburg students are learning how to make their schools safer. More than 60 teens are taking part in a Diversity Dialogue Day at Lynchburg College. It's a hands-on workshop that teaches lessons about discrimination and respect. Students are...
A federal jury has found that Virginia Tech did not discriminate against two women who were paid less than male coworkers at the Blacksburg school. The Friday verdict reverses a jury decision last year in the suit brought by Shana Maron and Getra Hanes...
The Virginia Senate has passed legislation allowing private adoption agencies to deny placements that conflict with their religious or moral beliefs, including opposition to homosexuality. The 22-18 vote Thursday virtually ensures the bill will become...
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Civil liberties lawyers representing a planned interfaith retreat in Grayson County say officials in the southwest Virginia community have reversed their opposition and granted a permit for the center. The Rutherford Institute said Wednesday the...
ReporterProtections for gay and lesbian Virginians are back before the General Assembly this year, and supporters say their prospects are improving. Democratic lawmakers and members of the group Equality Virginia outlined several bills at a Capitol News...
DANVILLE, Va. (AP) -- A federal judge has dismissed a racial discrimination lawsuit filed by a former Danville police officer who claimed he was wrongly fired after shooting a dog. U.S. District Judge Judge Jackson L. Kiser ruled last week that Officer...
A federal judge has dismissed a racial discrimination lawsuit filed by a former Danville police officer who claimed he was wrongly fired after shooting a dog. The News & Advance reports U.S. District Judge Judge Jackson L. Kiser ruled last week that...
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