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Prosecutors talk motive in Alexandria slayings

ALEXANDRIA (AP) Prosecutors say a man charged with three murders in Alexandria was driven to kill by a child-custody battle he lost and his hatred of what he called the city’s “enforcement class.” Prosecutors spoke of 54-year-old Charles Severance’s motivations ...

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Inmate lawsuit settles for $2.7M

WINCHESTER (AP) The wife of a former inmate has received $2.7 million from the settlement of a lawsuit against the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center in Winchester. Suzanne Boren’s lawsuit had sought about $37 million in punitive damages and $3 ...

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Lawmakers propose campus rape reporting rules

(AP) Three Virginia lawyer-legislators are proposing new rules that would require university officials to report allegations of sexual assault to law enforcement personnel and prosecutors. The three, all Republican leaders in the House, said Monday that violent crimes should be ...

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Herring continues to pay off campaign debt

(AP) Attorney General Mark Herring is still paying off campaign debt related to last year’s recount effort, while his political spending after nearly a year in office outpaces those of other possible 2017 gubernatorial candidates. Herring listed debts of more ...

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