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From: the office of Delegate Joseph D. Morrissey Contact: Waylin Ross, Legislative Aide/Joe Morrissey Phone: (804)698-1074 E-mail: DelJMorrissey@House.Virginia.Gov On December 19, 2012,  Delegate Joseph D. Morrissey, Richmond, announced that he will introduce, in the 2013 General Assembly Session, a bill to ban the sale of both assault style weapons as well as large capacity magazines. […]

Today marks the fifth anniversay of the deadly mass shootings at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VA Tech) in Blacksburg, Virginia. Virginia’s colleges and universities have investigated hundreds of students, employees, and others over the past several years to make sure history does not repeat itself. On April 16, 2007, student gunman Seung Hui Cho shot to […]

Virginia State Police on Friday identified Ross Truett Ashley, 22, as the man who killed Virginia Tech Police Officer Deriek Crouse and then himself about 30 minutes later. A 22-year-old Virginia man, Ashley stole a Mercedes SUV at gunpoint the day before he shot dead Virginia Tech Police Officer Crouse, and then took his own […]

  Three male youths  reported to Va Tech Police that a man was walking on campus with what appears to look like a handgun. The youth described the white male as having light brown hair and being 6 feet tall and was walking in the direction of a volleyball court. VA Tech has issued an […]

You are the proud parents of your high school grad and now it’s time to head to college.  Your recent grad wants to attend Va Tech which is a fantastic school but it’s going to cost.  The Board of Visitors has announced that tuition across-the-board will increase the next academic year. Students living on campus will have […]