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Richmond's rare falcons are nesting again, have three chicks

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Posted: Friday, April 27, 2012 1:00 am

Bald eagles are not the only majestic birds raising young in Richmond.

A pair of peregrine falcons — faster and rarer than eagles — is nesting once again on a 21st-story ledge at Riverfront Plaza by the James River downtown.

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Thousands lose power as storm blows through area

More than 4,000 customers in the greater Richmond area were without power for a while Saturday evening, but the number had dropped to 1,300 by 10 p.m., according to Dominion Virginia Power.

VDOT: Headed to the beach for Memorial Day? Stay off I-64 if you can

If you're headed for the beach this weekend, taking an alternate route instead of Interstate 64 could save you time and a headache, the Virginia Department of Transportation says.

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