New surveillance video in case of Irvo Otieno, who died in police custody
The Washington Post has obtained video showing what led to the death of 28-year-old Irvo Otieno. He died in the admissions office of a Virginia state psychiatric hospital. Seven sheriff's deputies and three hospital workers have been charged with second-degree murder.news.yahoo.com
Two special kitties in Virginia need to be adopted together: 'Their imperfections make them perfect'
Robinson and Milis are two cats in Virginia that need to be adopted together. While they have special needs, they'll make great pets for a new family, said the shelter that's housing them.foxnews.com
School pulls test question equating ideology to race, gender
Virginia's largest school system is removing a test question given to a college-level social studies class that equated liberals and conservatives with specific racial and gender demographics. The question appeared on a test given to students of an AP Government class at Fairfax County Public Schools' Online Campus.news.yahoo.com
Miami men’s tennis falls short twice on Virginia road trip
With matches against reigning national champion Virginia and fellow ACC foe Virginia Tech, the ‘Canes knew they were not going to have an easy time on their road trip. Miami lost 4-0 to No. 21 Virginia on Friday before suffering a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Virginia Tech two days later.themiamihurricane.com
Virginia DOC says execution audio tapes should remain secret
On a 1989 audio recording crackling with static, an inmate is barely audible as he offers his last words before he is executed in Virginia's electric chair. “I would like to express that what is about to take place ... is a murder," Alton Waye — who was convicted of raping and murdering a 61-year-old woman — can be heard saying, before a prison employee clumsily tries to repeat what Waye said into a tape recorder. The recording of Waye's execution, which was recently published by NPR, is one of at least 35 audio tapes in the possession of the Virginia Department of Corrections documenting executions between 1987 and 2017, the department recently confirmed.news.yahoo.com
1 killed when business jet encounters severe turbulence
A business jet was buffeted by severe turbulence over New England, causing a rare passenger death and forcing the aircraft to divert to Bradley International Airport in Connecticut, officials said Saturday. Five people were aboard the Bombardier executive jet that was shaken by turbulence late Friday afternoon while traveling from Keene, New Hampshire, to Leesburg, Virginia, said Sarah Sulick, a spokesperson for the National Transportation Safety Board. The extent of the damage to the aircraft was unclear, and the NTSB did not provide details including whether the victim was wearing a seatbelt.news.yahoo.com
Youngkin adviser says 2024 race is more than Trump, DeSantis
A top political adviser to Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin says his comments that the 2024 GOP presidential campaign is “a two-person race between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis” does not preclude Youngkin from jumping in in the coming months, should he choose.
White supremacist convicted in Charlottesville car-ramming accused of prison misconduct
James Alex Fields Jr. has been accused of making threats against at least one correctional officer and of wielding a "dangerous weapon," according to prison records and a U.S. Justice Department filing reviewed by CBS News.cbsnews.com