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Virginia News Headlines: Sunday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and meterological, for Sunday, August 28. Goodbye Irene, and good riddance!

*Hurricane Irene moving out

*Hurricane slams East Coast with wind, rain

*UPDATE: Irene slams Va., leaving 2 million without power

*Storm kills 3 in Virginia, including Chesterfield man; Va. girl dies in N.C.

*Nearly 75% lose power in Richmond and Tri-Cities areas

*Virginia Beach battered by Irene’s winds

*After Irene: Authorities readying to gauge damage

*Irene, and kids, arrive

*Watchdogs seek cost information on Dulles Metro line

*When relocating jobs, the federal government ignores the Washington region’s needs

*Radtke still looking up at Republican frontrunner Allen

*Sen. Warner: $4T in debt cuts shouldn’t be an ‘ultimate heavy lift’

UPDATE: Dominion Virginia Power’s outage map is on the “flip.”

UPDATE #2: See The Richmonder for post-Irene photos from Richmond.


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