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State Data Shows Few Drivers Convicted of Texting While Driving Locally in 2014

Michael Campbell April 1, 2015 0

TOWN OF WAKEFIELD, VA. – According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, “In 2012, 3,328 people were killed in crashes involving a distracted driver, compared to 3,360 in 2011.” In addition,

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TOMORROW: Judge Rules Brown Fit to Stand Trial In Trooper Walker’s Death

Michael Campbell March 31, 2015 Comments Off

DINWIDDIE COUNTY, VA – The suspect charged with the murder of Master Trooper Junius A. Walker will stand trial for those actions after a judge ruled he was competent in Dinwiddie Circuit Court last week. On Friday,

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All About ALDI: What to Expect from Colonial Heights’ New Grocery Store

Michael Campbell March 31, 2015 Comments Off

COLONIAL HEIGHTS – Shoppers around the Tri-Cities looking for a new grocery option have reason to celebrate as the new German-based grocer ALDI Food Market in Colonial Heights finally has an opening date. According

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Residents Turn Out for Public Hearing on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Michael Campbell March 30, 2015 Comments Off

DINWIDDIE COUNTY, VA –  The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission held a public hearing at Dinwiddie Middle School on March 16 to receive input on the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Dominion is seeking to build

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NTSB Discusses Ways to End Railroad Trespassing Days After Man Struck, Killed in Colonial Heights

Michael Campbell March 27, 2015 Comments Off

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA. – As a family mourns the loss of a loved one after being struck by a freight train in the Tri-Cities, federal government officials are making an effort to start the

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Sussex Sheriff Calls Accusations “False” In $15 Million Suit By Local Lounge

Michael Campbell March 26, 2015 Comments Off

This story contains language and links to videos that some may find offensive. Viewer discretion is advised. SUSSEX COUNTY, VA. – “These accusations are completely false and I am going to defend it to the

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Rowanty Technical Center Teachers Praise Students for Excellence In District, State Competitions

Michael Campbell March 25, 2015 Comments Off

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, VA – Performing inside and outside of the classroom. That is what’s happening at Prince George County’s Rowanty Technical Center in Carson as several students have received state and local honors

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School Bus Driver Charged In Nottoway Co. Crash That Left One Child Injured

Michael Campbell March 24, 2015 Comments Off

NOTTOWAY COUNTY, VA – One child was injured and a bus driver charged with reckless driving after an accident involving a school bus and a dump truck Tuesday afternoon. According to Virginia State Police,

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Amy’s Kitchen Recalls Various Products Because of Possible Health Risk

Michael Campbell March 24, 2015 Comments Off

PETALUMA, Calif., March 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Take a look in your fridge or pantry as another major food brand is issuing a recall over fears of Listeria being present. Amy’s Kitchen, Inc. is

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Surry County Schools Takes Steps to Ensure Students Get Valuable Class Time After Winter Snow

Michael Campbell March 24, 2015 Comments Off

TOWN OF WAKEFIELD, VA – While the winter season was pretty frightful in terms of all the snow and ice the region saw, students found delight in schools closing their doors for a total

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