VPM Daily Newscast: Jan. 13, 2023
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Here’s a recap of the top stories on the morning of Jan. 13, 2023:
Virginia State Police is using software to track cellphone location data
Reported by VPM News’ Ben Paviour
Fog Reveal allows police to see cellphone location data that was initially collected by smartphone apps. Officers can sweep an area to see which phones were in a particular location at a given time.
Youngkin says Virginia won’t pursue Ford battery plant over China concerns
Reported by VPM News’ Jahd Khalil
Gov. Glenn Youngkin, speaking to reporters following his State of the Commonwealth address, said the Biden administration’s “maniacal” focus on transitioning to green energy needed to take Chinese companies into consideration.
Accounts of soldier’s mental health differ in Windsor police suit
Reported by VPM News’ Whittney Evans
Army 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario said in a lawsuit that he developed anxiety, depression and PTSD as a result of a December 2020 traffic stop.
In other news:
- Senior housing presented as option for Matoaca school site (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
- Body Arc offers folks of all sizes and genders a safe space to get healthy. (Style Weekly)
- His star rising, Youngkin juggles local issues and national ambition (The New York Times)
In case you missed it:
- Gov. Glenn Youngkin to General Assembly: 'We have to compete to win' (VPM News)
- A photographer discovers community and calm in Charles City County (Richmond Magazine)
- Redevelopment clues reside on Cherry Avenue (C-Ville Weekly)