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Sheriff Roger L. Harris Signing Unity Pledge
On Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 3:00 PM at the Old Courthouse, a pioneering event between the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office, Church Leaders and Community Leaders took place.  
A criminal activity report was recently taken by the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office for an attempted fraud in which a citizen was contacted by an unknown suspect.  The suspect claimed to be a Lieutenant with the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office and claimed to be owed a past due loan amount of $1,800.00.  The citizen received multiple calls from the suspect over several days
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Privacy advocates say the Obama administration needs to make more changes to protect consumer privacy on the government's health insurance website.
The fate of the European Central Bank's aggressive plan to stimulate the economy out of stagnation lies with the 340 million people in the 19-country euro alliance.
Amazon will start collecting sales tax from Illinois consumers next month to comply with a new state law, the company said.
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"48 Hours" investigates the mysterious death of a tech executive and his last night with an exotic beauty on his yacht -- captured on video
To Chicago Cubs fans, "Mr. Cub" was sunshine that cut through decades of darkness. To baseball players, he was the spirit of the game
Closing arguments expected Monday in trial of Cory Batey and Brandon Vandenburg, accused of raping unconscious woman and recording attack
In a behind-the-scenes moment with CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds, legendary Chicago Cubs player Ernie Banks reminisces about game time at Wrigley Field. Banks died Jan. 23 at age 83.
It appears ISIS may have slaughtered another hostage. This time, the victim would be one of two Japanese men who have been held by the terror group; and, news of the death of former Chicago Cubs player Ernie Banks landed heavily at Wrigley Field, where No. 14 is enshrined forever in the hearts and minds of fans and friends. He was 83.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick called an impromptu press conference as the NFL investigates how the team prepared its footballs for the AFC championship game in what has become known as "deflate-gate." Belichick said his team "followed every rule to the letter."
Delta, Southwest planes inspected at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport after threats made on social media
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