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"With us. Spotsylvania county public school superintendent Mark Taylor ordered the removal of 14 books he deemed in violation of a Virginia state law last month. Now the ACLU of Virginia is challenging his decision, Toni Morrison's beloved was among the titles removed in response to a parent's complaint over sexually explicit content. Taylor removed the books, even though county committee that included parents and teachers disagreed, the state's ACLU chapter says he's misinterpreting state law and violating the constitution. It says the law requiring schools to notify parents if instructional materials contain sexually explicit content is meant to apply to classroom materials, not library books. One person is dead after a police chase near the manassas battlefield. Fairfax county investigators believe in SUV with being pursued by fakir county sheriff's deputies after the driver took off from a DWI checkpoint. They believe the SUV crossed from bachir county, then Prince William county, then finally into fairfax county on route 29 when the driver tried to pass another car just after 1 a.m. yesterday. Instead, police say the SUV hit the car, left the roadway and hit a guardrail near bull run post office road. The driver was ejected from the SUV, he is identified as 39 year old Ashton Robinson of culpepper. Robinson was pronounced dead at the scene, the driver and a passenger in the other car were not hurt, speed and alcohol are thought to be factors in the crash, which remains under investigation. The city of Alexandria has begun equipping its police officers with body worn cameras and the police department says the cameras are something officers are actually looking forward to having. The first 30 officers now have these. Body worn cameras, police lieutenant Jason north says the cam's will. Enhance their ability to do their job, gain trust with the community, work in partnership with the community, videos will be stored safely on the cloud he says, and while officers can start the cameras manually. If firearm is removed from a holster, it's going to automatically activate the camera. Same goes for tasers. Why can't all officers get them at once? He says training is necessary. Manipulation of the camera, working with the software, but also we dedicate a lot of time to policy. I'll officer should have them by January of next year. In Alexandria, Mike Morello, WTO P news