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Gov. Terry McAuliffe says Va. will direct $125 million in funds for state pay raises to address shortfall

Virginia will direct $125.1 million from amounts reserved for state workers' pay raises in fiscal year 2017 toward filling the state's budget shortfall of nearly $1.5 billion, Gov. Terry McAuliffe told lawmakers today.
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UVA officials, auditors discuss so-called slush fund with General Assembly

A state auditor said the University of Virginia didn't do anything untoward in its accumulation of a $2.2 billion investment pool that has been characterized by a former U.Va. rector as a "slush fund."

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Richmond man, 26, found guilty of murder in rural Hanover

A 26-year-old Richmond man was found guilty of a murder that occurred in a rural, secluded part of Hanover County last year.

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Lawsuits filed in response to hepatitis A outbreak, now totaling 28 in Virginia

At least several people with hepatitis A, plus many who have been vaccinated, are in the process of suing Tropical Smoothie Cafe, a food chain that served frozen strawberries from Egypt that caused an outbreak of at least 28 cases of the liver disease in Virginia.

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Introducing the all-new Nissan Altima

Mid-cycle refreshes aren’t what they used to be. Not to be outdone, Nissan is following suit with similar changes for the Altima® sedan. The grille is bolder than before but not quite to the same degree as the latest Murano® and Maxima®.

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10 great historic Richmond homes that just hit the market

Check out 10 great historic homes that just hit the market in Richmond.

Bryce Powell: A developer builds neighborhoods that are small in scale, big in detail

Some residential developers focus on volume. They buy large tracts of land and build as many houses as they can in a short period of time. E. Bryson “Bryce” Powell, who started developing communities in Greater Richmond more than 40 years ago, takes a different approach. Rather than focusing on speed or the number of houses, he focuses on details.

Outer Banks island for sale for $3.2 million

Ever want to buy an island in the Outer Banks?

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