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Va. Beach doctor gets 1-month license suspension

A Virginia Beach ophthalmologist who allowed unlicensed workers to perform skin laser procedures and Botox injections at three clinics has received a one-month suspension of his medical license.

Va. seeks volunteers for U.Va. student search

State emergency management officials are seeking volunteers for what they call a mass search Saturday for a missing University of Virginia student.

Gamblers snooze and lose, and other misadventures at Maryland casinos

Gamblers snooze and lose, and other misadventures at Maryland casinos

Maryland puts out a wonky-sounding document called a compliance report that lists incidents at the state's casinos. Each item is its own story.

Why 'no excuses' charter schools mold 'very submissive' students — starting in kindergarten

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Georgetown student died of bacterial meningitis

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D.C. area forecast: A mostly unblemished Friday; turning more summery this weekend

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Popular Woodson High coach Derrick Pearson hired, then un-hired as baseball coach

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After the school principal overruled his athletic director, the school district reversed the decision and un-hired Pearson.

Officials to discuss recovery of fox squirrel

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Daughter, boyfriend accused in bludgeoning death

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The importance of a name

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Foes of political redistricting process to relay

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Va. museum projects get $1 million in grants

Six museum projects in Virginia are sharing $1 million in grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Va. records first case of horse with EEE

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Va. corrections officials tout offender training

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Local Va. tourism gets $850,000 boost

More than $850,000 in matching grant money is headed to 46 local tourism initiatives to help regional tourism officials attract more visitors.

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Senators introduce bill to revoke NFL's tax-exempt status if Redskins name stands

Bill would revoke NFL's tax-exempt status if the league continues to back the Washington Redskins' name

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