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Redskins May Come To Virginia

(Metro) Redskins owner Dan Snyder says he just might move his team to Virginia if it means getting a new stadium. 

Snyder spoke again yesterday after a report claimed Snyder has consulted with architectural firms to design a new football stadium. 

He's reportedly discussed moving the Redskins with Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe. 

Washington currently plays at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland but it does hold training camp in Richmond.  

McDonnell Trial Wraps Up

(Metro) Closing arguments are set for today in the federal corruption trial of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. 

After that, the judge in Richmond will give the jury its instructions and it will be up to them to decide the McDonnell’s fate. 

Virginia's former first couple is accused of accepting lavish gifts and large loans from a wealthy Richmond businessman in exchange for the prestige of the governor's office.

Crozet Elementary Students Welcome Tennis To School

It took a year and the skills of Quickstart Tennis of Central Virginia to raise $65,000 from more than a dozen generous donors, but these students can now enjoy these tennis courts for years to come.

Governor's Push for Studies at UVa Key Point to Closing Statements in McDonnell Trial

The federal corruption case against former governor Bob McDonnell is one step closer to a conclusion, after the prosecution delivers a two hour and ten minute closing statement Friday morning.

CENTRAL VIRGINIA SPORTS

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'Hoos Expect Help from Fleet of Receivers

The depth chart released Monday by the Virginia football team included a pair of seniors listed as the starters at wide receiver for Saturday's season opener against No. 7 UCLA.

16 Camps: Barons Prepping for Season in One Week

Tim Thomas was the offensive line coach at Blue Ridge two seasons ago when the Barons won a state title. Now, he's back as the head coach of the program.

16 Camps: Hornets Hoping Offseason Work Pays Off

The Orange County football team only came away with two wins in Keita Malloy's first season as the Hornets' head coach.

16 Camps: Woodberry Forest Confident Despite Young Defense

Woodberry Forest achieved its team goal of winning the Prep League last season...and ended the year by beating rival Episcopal. But this year...the Tigers say they're viewed as underdogs because of its losses to graduation.

NATIONAL NEWS

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

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Members of Jewish sect leave Guatemala village after disputes with residents

Members of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish group have been forced out of a village in western Guatemala after disputes with indigenous residents over cultural and religious differences.

Colombian paramilitary accused in more than 5,000 killings arrested in Panama

Panamanian authorities say they have arrested a fugitive Colombian right-wing militia leader accused in more than 5,000 murders who officials say was posing as a construction company owner.

Citing safety concerns, gay rights activist withdraws court challenge to Jamaica anti-gay law

A Jamaican gay rights activist who brought a legal challenge to the Caribbean island's anti-sodomy law says he has withdrawn the case after growing fearful about safety.

Mexico's Pemex estimates crude production will increase to 2.4 million bpd in 2015

Mexico's state-owned oil company is estimating its crude production will increase to 2.4 million barrels per day in 2015, compared with the 2.35 million barrels per day it expects to output this year.

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