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A former state Girl Scout Executive from Goochland has pleaded guilty to embezzlement.  Charles Fishburne reports.

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On April 18th, saxophonist J. Plunky Branch celebrated forty years of leading his ensemble “Plunky & Oneness” with a gala affair at the historic Hippodrome Theatre in Jackson Ward. Plunky’s music is expansive, reflecting a wide range of influences including rhythm and blues, African music, avant garde jazz, go-go, hip-hop, and funk.

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Selfridge

Loxley’s corrupt empire expands, Leclair lands in deep trouble, Victor and Agnes make plans and Harry joins the war effort.

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How are you celebrating Earth Day? Why not teach your kids how to make two really cool things - a Wormery and Seed Bombs. They’re good for our Earth!