Here are some of the top headlines from other news outlets around Virginia. Some content may be behind a metered paywall:
Here’s how much each Richmond casino vote cost Urban One and Churchill Downs. — Richmond Times-Dispatch (paywall).
Incumbent wins Washington County sheriff’s race. — Bristol Herald Courier (paywall).
Cumbow earns third term as Washington County commonwealth’s attorney. — Bristol Herald Courier (paywall).
Parker ekes out another term as Washington County treasurer. — Bristol Herald Courier (paywall).
Two challengers unseat incumbents on Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors. — Danville Register & Bee (paywall).
Clark cruises to re-election as Halifax County sheriff as vote comes in. — (South Boston) News & Record.
Seamans wins race for Mecklenburg County Treasurer. — Mecklenburg Sun.
Davis wins Henry County sheriff’s race with 74% of the vote. — Martinsville Bulletin (paywall).
Patrick County voters choose commissioners, clerk. — Martinsville Bulletin (paywall).
Halifax County sheriff Fred Clark wins reelection in landslide victory. — Halifax Gazette-Virginian.
Boyd defeats incumbent Buchanan County sheriff McClanahan. — WJHL-TV.
Voters elect Bill Watson as Russell County sheriff. — WJHL-TV.
Hall, incumbents prevail in Wise County elections. — The Coalfield Progress (paywall).
Sheriff’s race, school board seats decided in Prince Edward County. — The Farmville Herald (paywall).
Wise, Scott, Lee, Norton voters pick local government officials. — Kingsport Times-News.
Danville school system crafts plan for state tutoring initiative. — Danville Register & Bee (paywall).
Father identifies daughter as one of two high school students found dead in Blacksburg parking garage. — The Roanoke Times (paywall).
Pittsylvania County joins Danville with burn ban. — Danville Register & Bee (paywall).
Washington County issues ban on burning, declares local emergency. — WJHL-TV.
Crews battling 350-acre blaze in Scott County. — WCYB-TV.
County-wide burn ban issued for Franklin County. — Smith Mountain Eagle.
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