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Virginia turtles are getting shot
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 19

Virginia landlords must now accept vouchers, Fairfax officer's bias leads to case dismissals, and someone is shooting turtles.

Supporters of President Donald Trump climb the west wall of the the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)
Chase Endorses DC Terrorists, Calling Them Patriots

RICHMOND-Virginia senator and candidate for governor Amanda Chase endorsed the actions of domestic terrorists.

Virginia Is One Step Closer to Eliminating No Knock Warrants

RICHMOND-Is it a needed tool or too dangerous to use? No knock warrants are pretty controversial wherever you go.

Defining Immunity: Committee Buries Bill as Senators Argue Over Details

RICHMOND-Depending on who you talk to in Virginia, qualified immunity is either a benefit or a curse.

No More Guns: Richmond Council Approves Ban for Local Events

RICHMOND-Anyone going to a protest, concert or any other event in Richmond have to leave their guns at home now.

House Eliminates Qualified Immunity On Third Attempt. Now It Heads to the Senate

RICHMOND-After a unique two weeks, the Virginia Senate will have the final say on qualified immunity.

Virginia House Kills Qualified Immunity Bill a Second Time

RICHMOND-After a bizarre week, which saw the bill die and then get resurrected in committee, the Virginia House officially voted down a proposal Friday.