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1 week ago

Longo Testifies In Another Baltimore Trial

The trial of Baltimore police officer Edward Nero in the death of Freddie Gray is winding down.

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1 week ago

State Has Missing Persons Resource Guide

The state has compiled a resource guide for families of missing Virginians.

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1 week ago

Deeds, Toscano Review 2016 Session

Two local lawmakers reviewed the 2016 General Assembly session during a town hall meeting Wednesday night.

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1 week ago

VDOT Traffic Alert: 250 Bypass

One lane of the westbound Route 250 Barracks Road exit ramp will temporarily close come 6 p.m. Thursday.

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1 week ago

Kroger Union Votes To Go On Strike

The United Food and Commercial Workers Union has voted to strike at 41 Kroger stores, including the ones in our area.

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1 week ago

Third Hopeful In 5th District Race

A third candidate is gathering signatures in an effort to run for Congress in the 5th District.

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1 week ago

Another Hearing In Jackie Case

A local judge says he got the impression that a UVA fraternity was the main villain in the Jackie case.

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1 week ago

Ignition Interlocks To Have Cameras

Virginia is making changes to ignition interlocks for convicted drunk drivers.

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1 week ago

“Psychic” Sandra Marks Pleads Guilty

The Charlottesville woman who promised to "cleanse" and return millions will have to repay $1.2 million after pleading guilty to mail fraud and money laundering.

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1 week ago

Woman Assaulted On Rivanna Trail

City Police say a woman was assaulted Monday night while jogging on the Rivanna Trail.

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1 week ago

Dead Identified In Mississippi Plane Crash

The four people killed in a plane crash in Mississippi have been identified.

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1 week ago

Parks Officials Say Pesticide Use Avoided

Senior representatives of Charlottesville Parks and Recreation say they are avoiding commercial synthetic pesticides whenever possible.

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1 week ago

State Worker Pay Hike Threatened

The Virginia Secretary of Finance has warned lawmakers about lagging revenue that could threaten state employee pay raises.

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1 week ago

City Council Considers New Utility Rates

City Councilors are considering new rates for water and sewer service, along with natural gas prices.

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1 week ago

Councilors Approve Renaming Pavilion

City Councilors have approved renaming the nTelos Wireless Pavilion.

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2 weeks ago

Plane Heading To CHO Crashes In Mississippi

Four people were killed after a small private plane heading to Charlottesville crashed near Tupelo, Mississippi.

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2 weeks ago

Police ID Victim Of Collision On 20 North

Albemarle Police say the woman who died in a Sunday night collision on 20 North was 52-year old Veronica Deen Pierce of Severn, Maryland.

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2 weeks ago

Someone Bought Valuable Ticket In Greene

Someone bought a "Bank A Million" lottery ticket last week at the Ruckersville Food Lion that has a face value of $1 million.

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2 weeks ago

Garrett Says He’s Ready For Dittmar

State Senator Tom Garrett (R- Buckingham County) says he's ready to battle Democrat Jane Dittmar in the upcoming election for a local seat in Congress.

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2 weeks ago

Kaine Speaks To Newest VMI Graduates

U. S. Senator Tim Kaine (D- Richmond) was the featured speaker during VMI's commencement exercises on Monday.

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