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Some people try for an entire lifetime to "right their wrongs" but one man says he's fortunate to get it together before it was too late.
Governor Bob McDonnell signed a law last week, requiring abortion clinics to meet the same standards as hospitals.
Officials say 39-year-old Thomas Legg Jr. died after he was flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore.
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The Polar Bear Plunge is an annual tradition in Williamsport. People jump into the freezing Potomac to raise money for the Humane Society of Washington County.
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The bill also extends the hours beer distributors can stay open on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
WVU forward, Aaric Murray was charged Thursday with possession of narcotics in Philadelphia, PA.
Prosecutors say Mark Haines robbed the teller at the drive-through and received $7,582.
The victim died on the scene. Officials have not released a name or cause of the fire.
About 48 wine and liquor vendors want the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to approve a price increase.
On Tuesday, Shanee Liggins from Waldorf, Maryland appeared in court for the first time since the stabbing.
Hagerstown city police will study certain areas in the city, to figure out where to place the cameras.
The class truck is being auctioned off on eBay to raise money for the Maryland School for the Deaf Foundation.
A family friend says the 84-year-old was released Sunday.
Police arrested David Canby Saturday morning after the 12-year-old's mother complained.
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Sandusky is now free on $250,000 bail and is due back in a Centre County court on January 11th.
Police say 19-year-old Mia Taft and a 16-year-old girl, tried to smuggle 17 small baggies of suspected marijuana into the Western Correctional Institution.
Police say William Jenkins was driving while intoxicated, and he refused to stop when they tried to pull him over Saturday night.
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The bill should ensure sex offenders who move to Pennsylvania, will face prosecution if they fail to register under Megan's Law.
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The measure sets minimum distances between wells and other structures.
The Virginia Board of Social Services voted for a second time to allow adoption agencies to screen potential parents based on religious and moral codes.
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Officials found the device as they were issuing an eviction notice.
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Fire marshals are still investigating what caused a fire to rip through an airplane hangar at Cumberland Airport in Wiley Ford, West Virginia Wednesday night.
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Over 130,000 people signed an online petition, challenging the constitutionality of the law.
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The accident happened at 8:22 a.m. at the intersection of King St. and Delmar Orchard Rd.
With discounts included, the total cost for the vehicle will be $182,752.
In an attempt to redeem the school's image, Penn State University officials say they'll build a research lab dedicated to the protection of children.
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State Police in Chambersburg say the parents of a baby boy assaulted severely in Franklin County are the primary suspects in their investigation.
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In a letter to his employees at his office, Cuccinelli said he feels he can "best serve the people of Virginia from the governor's office."
Police reports for 12/01
Carroll Snyder said he was sleeping in his Martinsburg store when he woke up to three men beating him.
The IRS says it owes about $153-million to more than 99-thousand people.
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The forum is the first of three meetings designed to give students a chance to talk about the issues related to the sex abuse scandal on the campus.
After a hearing on Monday, a judge decided the prosecution didn't have enough evidence to keep Giordano in jail.
The crash happened at approximately 9 p.m. Wednesday, on northbound I-270, close to Park Mills Rd.
Investigators found Arthur Mayne's body on Saturday behind the old Gold's Gym on Buckeystown Pike.
Santa Claus showed up in Shepherdstown to kick off the celebration.
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Richard Saville is from Piedmont, WV, but he is facing multiple charges including burglary and possession with intent to distribute in Maryland.
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Police say Travon Brown was driving as fast as 80 mph in a 25 MPH zone during the chase.
The victims told police one to three black men walked into the apartment and demanded money.
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Investigators say the blaze started on the porch after someone threw out a cigarette butt.
Police log for 11/11/11
Earl Ray Tomblin has been filling the role of governor since Joe Manchin left office to represent the state as a U.S. senator.
A group called The Legacy Foundation is representing the plaintiffs.
Officials found an ignitable liquid in the yard that may have started the fire, but the cause is still being investigated.
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The unofficial results are now in for the races in Virginia.
Voter turnout is considered light for this election. Officials overseeing the elections say just about 16% of registered voters came out.
Police reports for 11/8
Some voters in Virginia are concerned people will not show up to the polls.
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Jerry Sandusky was charged with sexually abusing eight boys over 15 years.
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Fire crews were on the scene for several hours, trying to control the fire.
Patricia Tasker will spend over three years in prison, then ten years on supervised release.
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Justin Morgan of Frederick, Md. has been charged with trespassing and conducting visual surveillance of another person.