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SOUTH HILL, Va. (AP) - A lawsuit by Star Scientific against the state of Virginia is moving forward after a long delay. A judge in Mecklenburg County has set a December trial over the politically connected company's dispute of a state tax bill. Media outlets report that a judge will hear the matter on Dec. 13-14.
WOODBRIDGE, Va. (AP) - A Virginia State Police trooper was badly injured when his motorcycle and a car collided in Prince William County. Police say Sr. Trooper R.D. Best was heading north this morning on Route 234 on his police-issued Harley-Davidson motorcycle when a Nissan Altima pulled into the trooper's path from a cross road.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -Paula Broadwell says she now regrets the extramarital affair with then-CIA director David Petraeus that triggered his resignation. The general's biographer told WSOC-TV in Charlotte she has remorse for the harm and sadness she caused her family. She is married with two young children. She credited her husband and friends for standing by her.
MIAMI (AP) - Hurricane forecasters hope to offer easy-to-understand, color-coded maps this year to change the way they talk to the public about storm surge. Predicting the abnormal rise of sea water is far more complicated, and so is explaining it.
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