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Feb 5, 2013
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Snowfall starts in Culpeper on Wednesday morning
The old people considered Thanksgiving the unofficial start of winter but this year Mother Nature decided to jumpstart the season.
Police body cameras are public records in Virginia
The videos produced by body cams have been touted as new avenues to police transparency and strong evidence to be used at trials.
Redskins to start Colt McCoy over RG3
The Washington Redskins plan to start Colt McCoy over Robert Griffin III on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, according to a person familiar with the decision.
'Baseball's not coming to Fredericksburg'
Spotsylvania has informal talks with Minor League Baseball's Hagerstown Suns about relocating to the county instead of the city.
Spotsylvania getting new fire and rescue stations
Spotsylvania County will pay about $6.3 million to build two fire and rescue stations that have been in the planning stages for more than a decade.
Unlocked cars fall victim to thieves in Fredericksburg
Fredericksburg police are looking for two males after a recent theft spree that apparently included stealing the same car twice.
Protest about Crucible falls flat in Stafford
A development company's newest challenge to a weapon and defense training facility in Stafford County didn't find any traction with the Stafford Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday night.
Murder charge certified in Louisa slaying
A murder charge against a Louisa County man accused of shooting his live-in girlfriend multiple times at their home was certified to a grand jury.
Culpeper inmate dies in cell
William L. Washington Jr. of Orange was found unresponsive in his cell when jailers came to serve him breakfast.
Ratings third best for Super Bowl
Baltimore had the highest rating of any individual city.
BRIEFS: New owners updating Jake & Mike’s in city
Following milestone, stocks suffer biggest drops of the year
BRIEF: Government to sue Standard & Poor’s