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Virginia sheriff says gas stations selling CBD were unknowingly hawking ‘pure marijuana’
Powhatan County Sheriff Brad Nunnally says his investigators got curious after seeing CBD — or cannabidiol — products for sale in county convenience stores. So they bought some and got them tested by the state lab. The results?
19 charged in Virginia drug-trafficking ring
HARRISONBURG, Va. (WSET) -- Federal, state, and local officials say 19 people have been arrested on federal drug-trafficking, firearms, and other charges after a months-long, multi-agency investigation.
9 Country Restaurants In Virginia That Are So Worth The Trip
There’s nothing quite like a good ol’ fashioned country restaurant. For one, these establishments hold a lot of Virginia’s history. But perhaps most importantly, they serve meals that are out of this world. Think fresh biscuits, homemade gravy, all-you-can-eat fried chicken, and the hospitality you’
Police: Virginia woman dies in police custody after medical emergency
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — Police in Virginia say a woman who was arrested on an outstanding warrant has died in custody. The Virginian-Pilot reports that Virginia State Police identified the woman as 28-year-old Carmeita Jane Vangilder of Yorktown on Friday.
Everyone In Virginia Should Take This Underappreciated Scenic Drive
There are endless scenic drives that will take you through the most beautiful landscapes in Virginia. While most of us have enjoyed the Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive, there are several lesser-known routes that are arguably just as beautiful. Today, we’ll introduce you to one of our favorites:
One adult, three juveniles arrested in connection with Virginia Beach teen’s homicide
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Four people have been arrested in connection with Tuesday's homicide of a Virginia Beach teenager. 19-year-old Jacob Alexander Meadows of Virginia Beach has been charged with Second-Degree Murder, Use of a Firearm, two counts of Conspiracy to Violate the Drug Act, three counts
Virginia EMT Worker Suspended Without Pay After Making Racist Remarks on White Supremacist Podcast
A Virginia emergency medical technician who likened Black people to gorillas and claimed to take immense pleasure in “terrorizing” a Black child with a needle has been placed on unpaid leave, CNN reported.
Pilot Dies in Single-Engine Plane Crash in Virginia
FREDRICKSBURG, Virginia—Authorities said a Virginia man has died in the crash of a single-engine plane. A spokeswoman for the Virginia State Police said in an email that the crash occurred early on Friday, Dec. 14, in Spotsylvania County.
29-year-old woman faces felony charges after high-speed chase injures Virginia State Trooper
CARROLL COUNTY, Va. - UPDATE. A 29-year-old woman from North Carolina faces felony charges in connection to a high-speed chase that sent a Trooper to the hospital, according to Virginia State Police.
Counterfeit money discovered in Southwest Virginia county
GRUNDY, Va. — Counterfeit money has been found in circulation in Buchanan County. Sheriff Ray Foster said several complaints have been received. These counterfeit bills are similar in shape, size, color and feel of real U.S. currency, he said, adding that bills also include additional wording, numbe
Pablo's To Close Virginia St. Location On XMas
CRYSTAL LAKE, IL – Pablo's Mexican Restaurant will be moving from its location on Virginia Street to a new location on Route 31. The restaurant's last day at 230 W. Virginia Street, Suite 300, will be on Christmas Day when owners plan to open to serve up a meal for homeless veterans and others alone
Northern Virginia's best and brightest Christmas lights displays
In keeping with InsideNoVa.com tradition, here are a few winter wonderlands to visit around Northern Virginia this holiday season. Anderson’s North Pole, 15615 Bushey Drive, Woodbridge.
Virginia EMT On Unpaid Leave After Comparing Black Patients To Gorillas
EMT Alex McNabb, using the alias Dr. Narcan, also spoke of terrorizing a young Black child who had to have blood drawn with a needle on a white supremacist podcast. A Virginia emergency medical technician is on unpaid leave for cruel, racist comments he made on a white supremacist podcast, including
Campus master plan imagines what Virginia Tech might look like in 2047
Blacksburg, VA - Through the Beyond Boundaries visioning process, Virginia Tech President Tim Sands challenged the university community to imagine the higher education landscape a generation or two into the future.
Police presence to be increased at Virginia Beach high school Thursday
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The presence of the Virginia Beach Police Department will be increased at Ford E. Kellam High School after social media exchanges were investigated by authorities.
Virginia Beach will begin historic recounts in three City Council races
The city is about to make history by being the first in Virginia to recount ballots in three races simultaneously. On Monday, election officials will revisit vote tallies after City Council candidates who lost by less than 1 percentage point in November challenged the results.
Virginia Tech football: A preview of the Early Signing Period
National Signing Day used to be a big deal for college football. The first week of February brought high drama around some of the nation’s top programs on an annual basis. That all changed last year with the addition of the early signing period in December. Most schools locked up committed players a
Virginia State Police announce new bloodhound puppies' names
After asking for the public's suggestions online last month, Virginia State Police on Thursday announced the names of the agency's two newest bloodhound puppies. "Liberty" and "Justice" were the names chosen for the 11-week-old dogs after VSP received more than 3,300 suggestions.
Bomb threats emailed to multiple locations across Virginia, the US
Dozens of institutions across the country, including multiple jurisdictions in Virginia, received email threats Thursday afternoon, causing evacuations and sweeps of buildings.
Del Monte recalls 64,000 cans of fiesta corn; Sold in 25 states including Virginia
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WHTM/WJHL) - Del Monte Foods is recalling more than 64,000 cans of fiesta corn sold in Virginia and dozens of other states because it may have been under-processed during sterilization.