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What's News Today, Friday, August 16, 2013

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July's figures for new housing starts and building permits will be released this morning. The survey, from the Department of Commerce, reflects new residential construction.

There's a traffic alert in Campbell County today as maintenance work will be done on 460 Business, Timberlake Road. You'll need to watch for slow moving vehicles.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli will hold a town hall style meeting at the Hotel Roanoke. It's this morning at 8:00.

Senator Tim Kaine will spend the day in Bedford County and Southside today talking about regional economic development efforts. He'll tour the Center for Advanced Engineering and Research in the morning, host an open house at his Danville office at 1:00 p.m. and tour the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center in South Boston after that.

Wrestling fans, this one's for you. The Superstars of Total Non-stop Action Impact Wrestling will have a house show at the Roanoke Civic Center tonight at 7:30 p.m..

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