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Increased Traffic Growing Concern for Virginia’s Voter Information System


Registrars throughout Virginia are concerned the computer system that keeps track of voters may not hold up to increased traffic as Election Day approaches. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.


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 2016-10-14  1m
 
 

Once Again, McAuliffe Presses for Medicaid Expansion


State leaders are divided over the best way to close a $1.5 billion budget shortfall. But Governor McAuliffe is taking the opportunity to once again press for expanding Medicaid. Michael Pope explains.


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 2016-10-14  1m
 
 

Trump Supporters Concerned Campaign Will Pull Out of Virginia


The presidential campaign may seem endless, but the end is near. That means campaigns are making crucial decisions about how to allocate resources in the final few weeks before Election Day. Michael Pope reports.  


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 2016-10-13  1m
 
 

How Will Governor McAuliffe Deal With the Budget Shortfall?


Up to 26 state employees may be losing their jobs, and no state employees will be getting previously promised pay raises. That’s because of a budget shortfall this year. As Mallory Noe-Payne reports, Governor McAuliffe today gave specifics on how he plans to close the gap.


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 2016-10-13  0m
 
 

Democrats Hope Trump Turmoil Helps Downballot in Fifth Congressional District


One of the hottest congressional races on the ballot this fall is the Fifth Congressional District, which stretches from Charlottesville to Danville. It’s a district currently held by Republicans, but Democrats are hoping the turmoil of the Donald Trump campaign might be giving them new momentum. Michael Pope has the story.


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 2016-10-12  1m
 
 

Republicans Advertise on General Hospital; Democrats Advertise on he Tonight Show


Do not adjust your television, there is an election going on — even if you don’t see your airwaves flooded by television advertising the way they’ve been in recent years. Michael Pope has the story.


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 2016-10-12  1m
 
 

Without the She Crab, There Would be No He Crab


The Atlantic Blue Crab, Chesapeake Bay’s signature crustacean, has been through tough times in the last 20 years. Some recent improvement has been credited to restrictions on harvesting females. Yet Virginia still allows the harvest of egg-bearing females, something Maryland banned back in 1917. The reasons why seems to be wrapped up in economics. Pamela […]


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 2016-10-11  3m
 
 

Virginia Moves Forward with Plans for Slave Site Memorial


The architecture firm responsible for the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in D.C. has been brought on board to lead another historical project, this time here in Virginia. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.


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 2016-10-11  1m
 
 

Comstock is First Prominant Virginia Republican to Ask Trump to Step Aside


Republicans across Virginia are struggling to figure out how to handle their relationship with Donald Trump in the wake of his hot mic moment on the Access Hollywood bus. So far, only one prominent Republican is calling for the candidate to step down. Michael Pope has more.


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 2016-10-10  1m
 
 

Fast Food Workers Protest Handling of Sexual Harassments


Forty percent of women who work in the fast food industry are sexually harassed. That’s according a recent survey commissioned by the National Partnership for Women and Families. After the release of the new numbers, low wage workers across the country protested at McDonald’s, including here in Virginia. Mallory Noe-Payne has the story.  


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 2016-10-10  1m