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<p>Chesterfield County police discovered hidden bags of cash totaling $128,638 while executing a search warrant May 11, 2009, on the home of Taj Gregory, who later was convicted of distributing cocaine and sentenced to 120 months in federal prison. The entire sum was forfeited to police a year later through Virginia's civil asset-forfeiture program.</p>

Law agencies in Va. bank on assets seizure

The more than $62 million in assets seized by Virginia law enforcement from suspected narcotics traffickers and other drug dealers in the past seven years range from the mundane to the insanely extravagant.

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The Voting Rights Act of 1965 - how America did overcome

On March 15, 1965, a week after dozens of civil rights protesters were bloodied on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala., President Lyndon B. Johnson stood before a joint session of Congress and boldly called for an end to bigotry and racial injustice.

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VCU and Bon Secours unmoved after retreat on children’s hospital

It’s become the latest preoccupation in city politics, but the prognosis for a new children’s hospital in the Richmond region has not changed, according to leaders from the two local health systems whose participation is crucial to the project.

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Schapiro: J. Warner, Senate old bull, sees new threats to security

A moderate Republican whose independence puts him at odds with his conservative party, John Warner muses about the politics, policies and problems that grip the Senate but still command his attention in retirement.

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Lexus of Richmond Pursuit of Perfection Leadership Award: Lauding Young Leaders

Myles Brown, a senior at St. Christopher’s School, claimed this year’s $10,000 scholarship based on his high school achievements.

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Which restaurant is right for you: A Redskins fan guide to Richmond restaurants

It’s Redskins training camp time and you know what that means ... it’s time for the obligatory dining piece.

Serving breakfast for dinner, with a bit of pasta in the mix

This is the ultimate breakfast-for-dinner dish: bacon, eggs and toast (in the form of buttery crumbs), combined with spaghetti. Comfort food to the highest degree, it’s especially satisfying after a stressful day at school or the office. And all of the ingredients, except for the bacon, are cooked in one skillet.

Practical Nutrition: Enjoy, but don't overindulge on fruit

The supermarket produce section is a rainbow of colors from fresh fruits we don’t get to enjoy year-round. The colorful pigments contain phytonutrients, and are responsible for the vitamins and minerals that help keep us healthy. Different-colored fruits provide different nutrients.

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