VPM Daily Newscast: Dec. 14, 2022
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Here's a recap of the top stories on the morning of Dec . 14, 2022:
Democrats vie for McEachin’s House seat
Reported by VPM News’ Patrick Larsen
Del. Lamont Bagby, and state Sens. Jennifer McClellan and Joe Morrissey have all thrown their name in the ring for the district that stretches from Richmond to the North Carolina border.
A.P. Hill's remains found, set to be moved for the third time
Reported by VPM News’ Jahd Khali l
On Monday, work crews assembled to remove a statue of A.P. Hill — the last Confederate monument owned by the city of Richmond — and disinter his remains, which had been moved there in the late 1800s — when the statue was installed.
In other news:
‘It’s everywhere’: State launches lookup tool for national opioid settlements (VPM News)
Dozens attend Chesapeake meeting to express outrage at After School Satan Club (The Virginian-Pilot)
Utility regulators considering Appalachian Power rate increase (Virginia Mercury)
In case you missed it:
Virginia underfunds English language learners compared to other states (VPM News)
Phlow and Maryland nonprofit opening shared lab in Richmond (Richmond BizSense)
Could the Hoge typewriter be linked to the wrong Mount Holly? (News on the Neck)