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Some Central Virginia teachers, principals cheating on SOL tests

RICHMOND, Va. – While cheating often brings to mind students copying from a classmate or maybe having answers written on their hands, but a CBS 6 investigation found teachers– and even principals in Central Virginia — cheating on the Standards of Learning (SOL) tests. 746 more words

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VA Delay: Can the Veterans Affairs healthcare system be fixed?

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – Navy veteran David Deason fought back tears as he told WIAT 42 News about his medical treatment at the Birmingham VA Hospital. 418 more words

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From Farm to Table: An Iowa Chef's Dream

DES MOINES, Iowa — Chef Katie Porter is always laughing because she’s doing what she loves. “I went to Southwest Missouri State to be a dietician,” she explains, “my second semester I took a food prep class and a chemistry class and I thought, to heck with the chemistry – I just want to go cook!” 571 more words

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Shelby County Cold Case: Looking for answers 40 years later

SHELBY COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) – The murder of Guy Kirby has haunted Shelby County investigators for over 40 years. Unsolved to this day, Kirby’s family hopes one day they will know what transpired in Siluria in 1975. 203 more words

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European Stocks Drop as Russia Faces Tougher Sanctions

European stocks fell, after posting a weekly gain, as the U.S. and Europe threatened tougher sanctions on Russia over its suspected role in the shooting down of flight MH17 in Ukrainian airspace. 1,301 more words

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Sagging Pants: More than Just a Fad

The other day, I was telling my mentor about FB2M, and somehow the conversation went to sagging pants and how it affects how people look at black males. 386 more words

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Woman Claims Rental Car Company’s Charges Were an 'Obvious Cheat'

DES MOINES, Iowa – A rental car company is being sued by attorneys who claim customers across the country were charged fees they didn’t understand or agree to.   493 more words

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