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Super Bowl and sex go together

- The Washington Times

Take down this phone number or punch it into your cellphone: 1-888-373-7888. It’s a round-the-clock, toll-free hotline to the nonprofit group Polaris. It’s Super Bowl time in Phoenix, which means be on the lookout for human traffickers, pedophiles, johns and prostitution.

(AP Photo/Martha Irvine)

Virginia Senate OKs bills on exercise, discipline in school

- The Washington Times

The Virginia state Senate easily passed bills Tuesday that would require students in kindergarten through fifth grade to exercise an average of at least 20 minutes per day and direct the state Board of Education to develop regulations on the use of isolation and restraint of children in public schools.

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Budapest Festival Orchestra to play D.C.'s Strathmore

Ivan Fischer captured Washington's heart during his tenure as principal conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra from 2008 to 2010, so it is with mutual joy that he returns on Friday with the Budapest Festival Orchestra in a concert at Strathmore bursting with magic.

Christopher Barry, the son of the late former Washington Mayor Marion Barry, speaks in Washington in this March 19, 2014, file photo. Barry is pledging to continue his campaign for the D.C. Council after he was accused of threatening a bank teller and destroying a security camera. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Marion Barry's son pleads not guilty in bank dustup

- The Washington Times

The son of former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry pleaded not guilty to three misdemeanor charges Wednesday that arose from an altercation at a bank in which the 34-year-old is accused of threatening a teller after learning his account was overdrawn.

Virginia Tech senior and resident adviser David Dorsett (left) visits with freshman and fellow Lee Hall dorm resident Matt Londrey. (Associated Press)

Virginia Senate upholds in-state tuition for illegal immigrants

- The Washington Times

The Virginia state Senate on Tuesday defeated a measure that would have barred young illegal immigrants granted temporary relief from deportation by the federal government from being eligible for in-state college tuition rates, rejecting the bill that challenged a decision last year from the state's attorney general.