New poll reveals how Virginians feel about medicaid expansion

Gov. Terry McAuliffe

Gov. Terry McAuliffe

The latest public opinion poll from the Roanoke College Institute for Policy and Opinion Research reveals that Virginians are split over how they feel about Medicaid expansion, while a majority believe Governor McAuliffe should not act on his own.WFIR’s Kelsea Pieters has more:

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Majority of medical bills are inaccurate says Roanoke business owner

Health-Medical-Courts8 out of 10 bills for healthcare services that are reviewed by Medical Recovery Services are inaccurate – and that’s led to growth for a local company. WFIR’s Gene Marrano reports:

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Poll shows Warner with comfortable lead

Sen. Mark Warner

Sen. Mark Warner

Ed Gillespie

Ed Gillespie

The latest public opinion poll from Roanoke College’s Institute for Policy and Opinion Research reveals that Incumbent Senator Mark Warner maintains a comfortable 25-point lead over Republican Ed Gillespie. Gillespie remains largely unknown – 75% of those polled say they don’t know enough about him to form an opinion. WFIR’s Kelsea Pieters has more:

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Roanoke police seek suspect in report of “suspicious activity”

Community Shop In 7/22/14 Suspicious Activity Suspect

Community Shop In
7/22/14 Suspicious
Activity Suspect

 

From Roanoke City Police Department on Wed., 07/23/2014 2:23 PM:

On July 22, 2014 at 11:18 a.m. Roanoke Police were called to the 1600 block of Burrell Street NW, the Community Shop In, to investigate a report of suspicious activity.  A cashier at the store told officers that the suspect came into the store wearing a mask and dressed in black.  The suspect was also was wearing gloves.  The cashier said he started yelling at the suspect and threatened to shoot the suspect.  At that point the cashier said the suspect ran out of the store.  The suspect never displayed any type of weapon and did not make any demands.   A picture of the suspect is attached.  If you have any information that can help investigators, please 8500.  The incident is under investigation.

(See suspect photos provided by Roanoke City Police Department)

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