VPM Daily Newscast: Oct. 10, 2022
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Here’s a recap of the top stories on the morning of Oct. 10, 2022:
Candidates for 6 th Congressional District race debate
Reported by WMRA News' Randi B. Hagi
Incumbent Ben Cline, a Republican, and challenger Jennifer Lewis, a Democrat, debated for the first time during this race at the Handley Regional Library in Winchester. The city, along with Frederick and Clarke counties, were recently absorbed into the sixth district.
Richmond council members to consider civilian review board legislation Monday night
Reported by VPM News' Jahd Khalil
When demonstrators came out to protest racial injustice and police violence in the summer of 2020, one of their demands was tighter civilian oversight of law enforcement. Richmond City Council may take up a final vote on legislation to create a civilian review board on Monday.
In other news:
Youngkin’s plan further access to enslaved workers memorial garden at Executive Mansion – Richmond Times-Dispatch
Cyclist groups seek to delay demolition of old Nice Bridge over Potomac – Virginia Mercury
Photographic art exhibit in Old Towne: Features Petersburg residents, celebrates diversity – The Progress-Index
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