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Judge rules Dominion's coal ash site pollutes Virginia water
A federal judge says Virginia's largest utility is violating the Clean Water Act because arsenic is flowing out of a coal ash impoundment in Chesapeake, polluting ground and surface water
Coal ash: 'Why in the world would we be importing it?'
As Virginia and its public utilities cope with coal ash lying along state waterways, tons more of the industrial byproduct is being shipped into the state
The Latest: Trains returning; cold threatens cherry blossoms
New York's governor says aboveground subway service and some Metro-North commuter rail service shut down by the snowstorm hitting the East Coast will be restored soon
Storms damage goalposts at Redskins camp
The Washington Redskins suffered another casualty before training camp started: their field goalposts. A powerful storm swept through the Richmond area Tuesday night, damaging the field goalposts at their training camp facility. Strong winds and lightning combined to damage the goalposts - the left
Possible Hillary Clinton VP Pick Under Scrutiny for Past Gifts
During the eight years in which Sen. Tim Kaine served as the lieutenant governor and governor of Virginia, he disclosed that he accepted more than $160,000 worth of gifts. The gifts, which were legal and mostly travel to and from political events, could now come under a harsher spotlight now that
East Coast Heat Wave Bears Down on Millions of Powerless Residents
A record heat wave is bearing down on nearly 1.8 million people from North Carolina to New Jersey who are sitting in the dark after a storm ripped through the East Coast knocking out power last week. More than 3 million people lost power to Friday's freak storm and officials fear the death tool,
Rare 'Derecho' Storm Ravaged Washington Area
The system of thunderstorms that ravaged the Washington , D.C., area over the weekend, leaving 1.2 million homes without power and killing at least five people, was not only destructive — it was also rare. Known as a derecho, the string of storms combined intense lightning and rain with
Va. Gov. Skips High-Dollar Romney Fundraiser Because of Va. Tech Shooting
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell is no longer dropping by a Mitt Romney fundraiser this afternoon after two people were shot and killed on the Virginia Tech campus. A spokesman for McDonnell told ABC News that the governor would remain in the office throughout the evening...
Regulators Calls for Further Investigation at Earthquake-Affected Plant in Virginia
Nuclear Regulatory Commission calls for further investigation at quake affected plant, but says "no significant damage" found so far.
East Coast Quake: Nuclear Reactors Taken Offline
Two nuclear reactors were automatically taken offline when a significant earthquake rocked the eastern seaboard today, a Nuclear Regulatory Commission official said. The pair of reactors at the North Anna Power Station are located in Louisa County, Virginia, approximately five miles from the