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Virginia, United States · Virginia
Morrissey-Aird contest responsible for most early voting so far in primary season
Two weeks into early voting for the General Assembly primaries, more than 1,400 Democratic-leaning voters have cast ballots, says nonprofit watchdogSee the Story
Black Lives Matter · Virginia
Fort Lee renamed 150 years after Civil War to honor Black Army pioneers
Fort Lee, an Army base named for a Confederate general in the Civil War, was renamed Fort Gregg-Adams on Thursday in honor of two Black Army pioneers. See the Story
53% Center coverage: 13 sources
Police Brutality · Richmond
Virginia deputies charged in man’s death at mental hospital
Seven Virginia sheriff’s office employees have been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a 28-year-old man at a state mental hospital last week, a local prosecutor said Tuesday.See the Story
55% Center coverage: 103 sources
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At Irvo Otieno's funeral, calls for reform on treating those with mental illness
Irvo Otieno, a 28-year-old Black man, died on March 6 after he was pinned down by deputies and others. Seven Henrico County sheriff's deputies and three Central State Hospital personnel have been indicted on second-degree murder charges. Surveillance video shows Otieni being dragged into the hospital then restrained and pressed to the floor in a hospital admissions room.See the Story
80% Center coverage: 5 sources
North America · Virginia
Judge rejects effort to preserve Irvo Otieno’s body for independent autopsy
DINWIDDIE, Va. (WRIC) -- A Dinwiddie Circuit Court judge denied a request from one of the 10 people charged in Irvo Otieno's death who asked to keep the body from being released in case they wanted to get a second autopsy. The attorneys for Kaiyell D. Sanders, a sergeant with the Henrico County Sheriff's Office, filed a motion to keep Otieno's body available for inspection in case an independent autopsy was pursued after the medical examiner's a…See the Story
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