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Lawyer: Man accused of killing cop is mentally impaired

Lawyer: Man accused of killing cop is mentally impaired (AP) — An Army staff sergeant charged with shooting and killing a newly sworn Virginia police officer is mentally impaired as a result of his two tours in Iraq, his defense lawyer said Tuesday. Ronald Hamilton, 32, of Woodbridge, is charged with

Slain Virginia officer lauded for bravery, intelligence

Slain Virginia officer lauded for bravery, intelligence The county has 446,000 residents, and Woodbridge is one of many bedroom communities popular with federal workers, the military and others who commute to Washington, 30 miles to the north.

More than one weapon used in Prince William home shootings

Gunfire in Prince William County troubles residents Prince William County, VA News · Shots fired into homes puzzle Va. police Prince William County, VA News. Police say on Sunday a Woodbridge man heard what he thought was fireworks. The next day he 

The Daily 202: Ted Cruz's war with Matt Drudge could become a huge problem for his campaign

The Daily 202: Ted Cruz's war with Matt Drudge could become a huge problem for his campaign And it has clearly gotten under Cruz's skin. In a radio interview yesterday, the Texas senator ripped .. Terry McAuliffe has now vetoed more legislation than any Virginia governor since 1998, nixing bills from the Republican legislature on hot

Residents speak on both sides of power line project in Haymarket

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Online nursing student earns DAISY Award

Exceptional patient care in a hospital setting is not always about easing physical pain or checking vital signs. Sometimes being a relentless researcher can make all the difference for a patient. Indeed, the determined troubleshooting by Nowman Karram earned the Grand Canyon University nursing student a 2018 DAISY Award for exceptional patient care.

The DAISY (an acronym for Diseases Attacking the Immune System) Award was created in 1999 as a way to honor nurses who create an environment where compassionate care thrives. Winners have represented more than 3,000 health care facilities and schools of nursing in 50 states and 18 countries.

Karram won a DAISY Award for his extra effort at Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center in Woodbridge, Va.  An online student, Karram is working in Virginia while enrolled in GCU’s MSN-Ed program, which will earn him a master of science in nursing with an emphasis in nursing education. Karram was nominated for the award by a heart patient who needed to undergo a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test.  The patient’s pacemaker complicated the procedure.