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News Headlines April 9, 2019

After what seemed like the most watched game in the country, the University of Virginia Cavaliers took home the NCAA Championship against Texas Tech last night. This was the first ever NCAA win for the No.1 seed Cavs against No. 3 seed Texas. 

The Richmond School Board has released a statement that they do not endorse Mayor Levar Stoney’s proposed tax increase to boost school funding. The plan expects to raise the cigarette tax as well as impose a higher property tax. The school board released that they do not endorse the March 6 Richmond Public Schools’ press release regarding the statement. School Board Vice Chairwoman Liz Doerr, School Board Chairwoman Dawn Page, the 2nd District’s Scott Barlow, Cheryl Burke of the 7th District and Linda Owen of the 9th District voted against the resolution.

A woman is back in jail tonight after a strange day in a Stafford County day care center. An employee at Kids on the Move Learning Center in southern Stafford told police that she arrived at work and began turning on lights when she was confronted by a naked woman in the doorway of one of the classrooms. Luckily no children had arrived at that point. The naked woman then accused the employee of trespassing and attempted to fire her, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch. After she was taken into custody, the woman told police she was the day care owner’s wife. Heaven Conner, 23, of Spotsylvania, was charged in Stafford with unauthorized entry and indecent exposure. She was placed back in the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

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