Attorney General Jason Miyares. Official portrait.
Attorney General Jason Miyares. Official portrait.

Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Southwest and Southside:

UVa shooting:

Two more guns found at suspect’s home. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Attorney General Jason Miyares will appoint special counsel for outside review of UVA shooting. — Associated Press

One of those wounded in the attack is now walking again following surgery. — WVVA-TV.


Two legislators to again seek repeal of ban on same-sex marriage that remains in Virginia constitution. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Virginia Senate budget writers see uncertainity ahead. — Richmond Times-Dispatch.

New Bristol council members outline priorities. — WCYB-TV.


Pipeline’s path through Jefferson National Forest to get another look. — The Roanoke Times.


Climax solar facility set to power on by end of year. — Danville Register and Bee.

Larger Delta jets return to Tri-Cities Airport through Jan. 1; could be extended if market supports service. — Bristol Now.


Buckingham County School Board changes policy to notify parents about potentially explicit material. — The Farmville Herald.

Virginia Tech Police Department adds a pony to its force. — WDBJ-TV.

State Board of Education meeting heats up over history standards. — WSLS-TV.

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William King Museum wins award from Virginia’s First Lady. — WCYB-TV.

Teams competing for Canadian Football League champion arrive in game city of Regina ahead of Sunday’s game. — CBC. (Malik Clements of Danville is a starting linebacker for the defending champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers; see this Cardinal News story about him.)


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