Oct 15, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Untried sedative used in lethal injection because of drug shortage
Nearly a quarter of a century after he went to death row for rape and murder, William Happ was scheduled to be executed on Tuesday afternoon in controversial circumstances that underline how state executioners in the United States and Vietnam are now limited in their actions by a growing shortage of drugs for lethal injections.
Georgia-Pacific to shutter Greensville plant
The more than 80 employees, who heard the news from company executives early Wednesday morning, will be paid for the next 60 days.
Convicted sex offender may have more victims
Authorities in southwest Virginia say a convicted child predator could be a free man in a little more than a year, and they believe he committed more crimes than those for which he was convicted.
Va. prisoner killed in 'inmate-on-inmate attack'
Virginia State Police are investigating after a 33-year-old inmate at Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt died Thursday in a suspected "inmate-on-inmate attack," according to the Virginia Department of Corrections .
Teenager fatally shot in Sussex County home
Troopers who were called to the 26000 block of Jefferson Road in the Jarratt community about 3:20 p.m. found Tyler Givens, of Jarratt inside a residence, according to a news release from spokeswoman Corinne Geller.