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Secret Service Agent Recalls JFK’s Death

A onetime Secret Service Agent who was in President John F. Kennedy's motorcade has lingering regrets about that fateful day in Dallas.

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Boy Found Safe; Amber Alert Canceled

A 3-year-old boy who was the subject of an amber alert has been returned to a relative.

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Local Officials Celebrate Full Reservoir

Area residents are celebrating a full Ragged Mountain Reservoir.

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Tips To Foil Burglars

Charlottesville Police have lots of advice about ways to make things tougher for burglars.

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New Beer Created To Celebrate DMB

A local brewery creates a Pilsner to mark the 25th anniversary of the Dave Matthews Band.

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Final Foxfield Figures

Albemarle Police release the latest arrest statistics for the 2016 Spring Foxfield Races.

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PVCC Could Get New Building In 2020

PVCC President Frank Friedman says his school could get a new building by 2020.

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County Amends Noise Ordinance

The Albemarle Supervisors have amended a noise ordinance in response to complaints about noisy dump truck operators.

Nov 14, 2015; Louisville, KY, USA; Virginia Cavaliers quarterback Matt Johns (15) throws the ball agains the Louisville Cardinals during the first half at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

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Reaction To UVA QB Nick Johns’ Decision To Transfer

Brad Franklin of Cavs Corner discusses the UVA depth chart at QB now that Nick Johns has decided to transfer.

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Foundation Honors Yeardley Love

A foundation that honors a deceased UVA student-athlete and educates 16-24 year olds about relationship violence has collected more than $118,000.

Scottsville

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Recognition For Scottsville Voters

Albemarle Supervisor Richard Randolph has recognized the voters of Scottsville following this week's elections.

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3 weeks ago

First Tee Returns To Area

An organization that promotes golf and sportsmanship values for young people is returning to the area.

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3 weeks ago

Ruling On Same-Sex Alimony Cases

The State Supreme Court has ruled alimony does not need to be paid to a former spouse who's in a new relationship with a member of the same sex.

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3 weeks ago

Local Man Admits To Phony Cancer Scheme

A local resident has admitted to being involved in a phony cancer scheme.

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All Shenandoah Park Trails Reopened

The last of the trails closed by the big fire in Shenandoah National Park have been reopened.

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Gill Elected Scottsville Mayor

Nancy Gill is the new mayor of Scottsville following an election Tuesday.

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‘Hoos Enter Exam Break On Hot Streak

The UVA baseball team has entered its spring semester exam break on a roll.

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3 weeks ago

Overall Low Risk From Zika Virus

Health officials are urging us to take precautions against the Zika virus.

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3 weeks ago

Man Missing In Shenandoah National Park

A search is underway for a man missing in Shenandoah National Park.

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3 weeks ago

Local Cemetery On Endangered List

A statewide preservation group says one of its most endangered historic places includes a Charlottesville cemetery.

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