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Kimberlea Daggy

  • Augusta Health releases its latest community needs assessment;The Department of Parks and Recreation closes Chris Greene Lake due to a harmful algae bloom;Virginia’s Attorney General joins others in filing a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture;And the Chincoteague Pony Swim returns for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic
  • Virginia State Police temporarily reduce the operating hours for its Med-Flight helicopter service due to a shortage of pilots;A call to end industrial fishing for menhaden in the Chesapeake Bay;Clinicians talk about how they're handling an increased demand for their services;And a new tourism initiative encourages people to drive to destinations in Virginia
  • The United States Supreme Court allows a Northern Virginia governor’s school to continue its new admissions policy – for the time being, the General Assembly reconvenes on Wednesday for a special session, including consideration of several amendments. One from Governor Glenn Youngkin involves marijuana, and a new book sheds possible light on the mystery surrounding the murder of two women in Shenandoah National Park in 1996.
  • Attorney General Jason Miyares calls for greater transparency on the bench, house of Delegates Minority Leader Eileen Filler-Corn faces a challenge from inside her party, the Cheroenhaka Nottoway Tribe marks the 309th year of its treaty with the English Crown, and people with several non-governmental and non-profit organizations talk about the hundreds of Afghan refugees who have settled locally.