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Virginia News Headlines: Thursday Morning

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Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Thursday, August 25.

*Strong aftershock rocks Northern Virginia

*UPDATE: No major problems as 4.5 magnitude aftershock hits area

*D.C. area goes from earthquake to hurricane

*Region tallies damaged, mostly uninsured

*HURRICANE WATCH ISSUED FOR NC AS IRENE APPROACHES VA

*Immigration enforcement controversy

*McDonnell, Cantor tour quake-damaged Mineral, Va.

*Rivalry intensifies between Md., Va. over finances

*Pentagon angers lawmakers over BRAC delay request

*Senate match-ups set up battle for chamber

*Jeff’s Notes: Henrico prosecutor’s messy election

*Tim Kaine, George Allen Use Virginia Races as 2012 Primer

*Ties to coal industry rise as issue for Allen

*Sen. Warner talks jobs, economy in Tri-Cities

*Oleszek’s win over Wade upheld in Democrats’ Braddock District primary

*Va. GOP ‘euphoric’ at Senate takeover prospects (“Party has $6M cash advantage”)

*Update: Competition up in Senate, down in House