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More than 7,000 students were at John Paul Jones Arena this weekend – collecting a diploma from the University of Virginia. Among them, Dallas Ducar who had two previous degrees from UVA. This one was especially meaningful – marking an academic and personal triumph.
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Charlottesville is gearing up for the Presidential Ideas Festival – a gathering that will feature one former president and top officials from many administrations -- talking about how the chief executive makes decisions, how the office has changed and where it may be headed.
Abortion rights advocates will be in federal court next week, hoping to get rid of several restrictions imposed by Virginia’s legislature. As Sandy Hausman reports, they’ll argue the limits don’t meet standards imposed by the U.S. Supreme Court.
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When it comes to whiskey, you have your Bourbon aficionados and your Rye fans, and for many, it’s strictly one or the other. But it turns out there are actually no dependably discernable taste differences between the two distilled drinks. That’s according to a scientific taste test study by Virginia Tech Food Science professor Jacob Lahne.
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Lawyers are back in federal district court over care at the state’s medical prison for women. They complain that underqualified nurses are diagnosing conditions and prescribing treatment, that care is often delayed and communication is lacking. Sandy Hausman has details.