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Feb 5, 2013
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'She would have killed me'
A Stafford jury is set to begin deliberations to determine whether to believe Arthur Gonzales’ story that he acted in self-defense when he killed his estranged wife.
Stafford students keep weekends
School Board members ended up getting applause when they voted on how to make up snow days. Here's the plan.
City budget holds line on taxes
City Manager Bev Cameron is proposing no changes to tax rates, no new programs and no additional employees in his budget.
Spotsylvania OKs more backyard hens
The Board of Supervisors approves a proposal to allow pet hens in many residential areas countywide.
Stafford teen kicking way to Taiwan
Taylor MacLeod spends up to 18 hours a day training in taekwondo. She will be going to Taiwan as part of the USA National Junior Taekwondo Team later in March.
Stafford church robbed, damaged
Someone broke into the church over the weekend, stealing cash and doing quite a bit of damage.
Fire destroys historic plantation house
Blaze claimed a historic King George County home that probably dates back to the early 19th century.
Police: Man stole van from car wash
Customer told police he came out of the waiting room and saw an unknown man drive the vehicle out of the lot at a high rate of speed.
Chat transcript: College financial aid
Marc Vernon, Germanna Community College's financial aid coordinator, answered your questions about FAFSA, financial aid and scholarships.
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