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TODAY'S TOP STORIES

VIRGINIA

RFK REMEMBERANCE-ARLINGTON

Former President Bill Clinton and members of the Kennedy family will be at Arlington National Cemetery to mark the 50th anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy's death. Developing from 10 a.m. ceremony. By MATTEW BARAKAT. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: by 3 p.m. With photo and video.

IN BRIEF:

ARMORED VEHICLE-STOLEN: Police in Virginia say they arrested a soldier who stole an armored personnel carrier from a National Guard base and was chased by police for more than 60 miles (100 kilometers).

SLAYING CONVICTIONS: A man sentenced in three slayings has pleaded guilty in a fourth killing that unfolded in a motel parking lot in Virginia.

GILLESPIE-PUBLIC AFFAIRS: Former Virginia GOP gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie is joining a public relations firm.

FIREFIGHTERS ASBESTOS: A Virginia Beach firefighters group says the city knowingly burned a home filled with asbestos for a training exercise.

MILITARY RECORDS WOKRSHOP: The Virginia War Memorial is offering a workshop to show residents how to trace the military service of their ancestors.

MARYLAND/DELAWARE

IN BRIEF:

BEACHES-DOLPHIN DEATHS: Experts say an unusually high number of bottlenose dolphin carcasses have washed up on Delaware's shores over the last few weeks.

CHICKEN TRUCK SPILL: A chicken truck spilled its contents onto the shoulder of a Delaware highway, potentially ruffling some commuters' feathers with minor delays.

TRENCH COLLAPSE-WORKER KILLED: A construction worker who was buried when a trench collapsed has died in Baltimore.

EQUAL RIGHTS ADMENDMENT: The state Senate is poised for a possible re-vote on a proposed amendment to Delaware's constitution guaranteeing equal rights based on sex.

HARVEY WEINSTEIN-LAWSUIT: A Delaware bankruptcy judge says six women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct can proceed with their class action lawsuit against the television and film company he co-founded.

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