- New firearms laws go into effect in Virginia July 1 Thursday, 2:42 pm
- Farewell for EMU President Swartzendruber highlights 13 years of leadership Thursday, 1:59 pm
- Warner, Kaine announce $18 million in anti-terrorism funding for Virginia Thursday, 1:52 pm
- Clemson's Watson, Notre Dame's Seidel Voted ACC Athletes of the Year Thursday, 2:17 pm
- Video: Virginia Tech football coach Justin Fuente takes reins Thursday, 10:17 am
- Beede dominant in 2-0 Squirrels win Wednesday, 10:35 pm
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News- Two new laws that impact Virginia concealed handgun permit holders and those engaging in private firearms transactions at gun shows go into effect July 1.- Loren Swartzendruber is retiring after 13 years as Eastern Mennonite University president on June 30.- Virginia will receive federal preparedness $18 million from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to help combat terrorism and respond to other disasters and emergencies.
- AFP editor Chris Graham discusses the talk about U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine being on the veep short list for presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.- Update: Thursday, 10 a.m. The victim’s condition has been upgraded to stable according medical personnel at UVA Medical Center Intensive Care Unit.- Staunton Deputy Fire Marshal Perry Weller is advising families to leave the fireworks entertainment to the professionals this July 4th.
Inside AFP- Researchers at the UVA School of Medicine have identified immune cells vital for protecting us from potentially fatal C. difficile infection.- Augusta County Library received a 2016 Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo) for its Read & Feed program.- Construction on the Route 29-Rio Road grade-separated intersection will continue over the Independence Day holiday weekend.
- New York-based Handsome Brook Farm will invest $6.4 million to establish a new pasture raised egg processing operation in the Town of Berryville and Clarke County.- Frontier Secure, a division of Frontier Communications Corporation, will locate a customer care center in Wise County.- The Wayne Theatre has announced auditions for The Secret Garden Aug. 20-21, from 1-6 p.m. at the theatre.
Sports- Clemson consensus All-America quarterback Deshaun Watson joins NCAA champion Molly Seidel as the ACC’s top male and female athletes for the 2015-16 academic year.- Virginia Tech's transition from coaching legend Frank Beamer to first-year head coach Justin Fuente couldn't have gone any smoother.- UVA rising senior swimmer Leah Smith officially punched her ticket to the 2016 Olympic Games at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Wednesday.
- Daniel Murphy homered twice in support of Max Scherzer to key a 4-2 win for the Washington Nationals over the New York Mets on Wednesday.- Mark Trumbo homered, Manny Machado had two hits and three RBI. Yeah, it was a typical day at the ballyard for the Baltimore Orioles.- AFP editor Chris Graham talks about the first-place Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals, and throws in some UVA basketball, on today's sports podcast.
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