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TODAY'S TOP STORIES

VIRGINIA

DRIVER LICENSE SUSPENSIONS-UNPAID FEEDS

RICHMOND, Va. — Advocates for poor people are pushing to change laws that allow the suspension of driver's licenses for people with unpaid criminal or traffic court debt. Lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of automatic suspensions are pending in at least five states, including Virginia. By Denise Lavoie. SENT: 840 words, photo.

IN BRIEF:

— FATAL CRASH-DUI: Virginia State Police say a man who was driving under the influence has been arrested after a crash that killed a pedestrian.

— MOUNT VERNON-DOMINION ENERGY: A week after Mount Vernon launched a campaign against Dominion Energy's plans to build a natural gas compressor station across the Potomac River from the Virginia estate, the company says it is seeking an alternate location.

— WILLIAM & MARY-NEW PRESIDENT: The College of William and Mary's first female president is officially on the job.

— HOLIDAY-POLICE PATROLS: State police have increased patrols on Virginia roads for the busy Independence Day holiday.

— UVA POLICE-NEW CHIEF: The University of Virginia has named a new chief of police.

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MARYLAND/DELAWARE

MARYLAND SHOOTING-HARASSMENT

TAMPA, Fla. — The situation with the suspect in the Maryland newspaper shooting underscores the difficulties of dealing with harassment - at media outlets and beyond. By Tamara Lush. SENT: 750 words, photos.

MARYLAND NEWSPAPER SHOOTING

ANNPOLIS, MD. — Staffers of The Capital walk in a place of honor in their hometown Fourth of July parade. SENT: 130 words. Developing from 6:30 p.m. event.

POLICE SHOOTING

ROSEDALE, Md. — Maryland authorities says body camera footage of a shooting involving a police officer won't be publicly released. SENT: 375 words.

IN BRIEF:

— FIREWORKS INJURY: Fire officials say a man has been taken to a Maryland hospital with "catastrophic injuries" to both hands after setting off fireworks.

— OFFICER CHARGED: A Baltimore police officer has been charged with first-degree assault and misconduct in office in connection with a 2016 incident.

— COMPTROLLER-NO ENDORSEMENT: Democratic Comptroller Peter Franchot says he will not endorse his party's nominee in the Maryland governor's race.

— TROOPER-INVOLVED CRASH: Delaware State Police are investigating a crash involving an on-duty state trooper.

— FARMERS PLANT UNDERWEAR: Some Delaware farmers are planting brand-new underwear in their fields to test soil health.

SPORTS:

BBO--ORIOLES-PHILLIES

PHILADELPHIA — Aaron Nola (10-2) starts for the Phillies and Efrey Ramirez (0-1) goes for the Orioles. By Rob Maadd. UPCOMING: 650 words, photos. Game starts 4:05 p.m.

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