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WILLIAMSBURG (WRIC) - A William & Mary student is violently attacked and raped and the man that did it is still on the run. The incident happened around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Police were originally dispatchedMore >>
A William & Mary student is violently attacked and raped and the man that did it is still on the run.More >>
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RICHMOND (WRIC) - Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer in the state, even though it isn't even the most diagnosed. Dr. Dev Nair with the Virginia Department of Health says new numbers show that whileMore >>
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By law, real estate agents have to disclose the home's drug history but other sellers and landlords do not.More >>
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RICHMOND (WRIC) - Law enforcement agencies across the state will now have new equipment to help keep you safe. The Attorney General awarded a total of $33 million to police departments and sheriff'sMore >>
Law enforcement agencies across the state will now have new equipment to help keep you safe.More >>
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (WRIC)—Are drawings of a soldier and a ninja enough to
kick an 8-year-old out of school?
An Arizona couple says the headmaster of Scottsdale Country Day School
threatened to expel their son for what he called "violent and unacceptable"
artwork depicting a soldier and ninja. He says—because of the images the child
drew—he couldn't guarantee the safety of other students.
"I don't understand how somebody can say that about an 8-year-old that has
no history of violence, no history of making threats—nothing at all," said
Jeff, the boy's father.
According to the school's student and parent handbook, "drawings that depict
weapons" are grounds for expulsion. The parents instead decided to pull their
son from the school.