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Marchex Institute says Ohio residents swear the most on consumer calls but Virginians are among the most courteous.
Plus, saving the sparrows in this week's roundup of weird news.
A photo of a little girl from a past Virginia race was circulated as part of a hoax related to the Boston Marathon explosions.
Plus, would you like a bacon latte for breakfast?
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FCPS says Rebecca Serafin may be heading to Los Angeles.
Police have issued a felony warrant for Rebecca Serafin, who allegedly fled the state with her son.
Startup 3.0 legislation will enable brightest minds to stay and do business in U.S.
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Plus, a car on the W&OD trail and weirdness abounds in Virginia this week.
Want to see Virginia teams in NCAA Tournament action? Act quickly, as two of them are No. 16 seeds. Plus, where to watch games in Fairfax City.
As part of Registry Week, volunteers searched the woods to find those who live in encampments. The information will be used to track them - and hopefully get them into homes.
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