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UVA Completes Security Upgrade

UVA says it's completed a major security upgrade on computer systems that fell victim to a cyber attack.

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Professor Emeritus Julian Bond Has Died

Julian Bond, who was a professor emeritus at the University of Virginia, has died in Florida.

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City Examines Short-Term Rental Ordinance

City councilors will re-visit the issue of short-term rentals.

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Lawmakers Convene For Special Session

Members of the General Assembly are returning to Richmond to take on two contentious issues.

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Pipeline Critics To Rally Tuesday

Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline will rally Tuesday in downtown Charlottesville.

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Area Kids Attend Back-To-School-Bash

Many area kids took part in this year's Back-to-School Bash.

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Guardian: Johnson Poised To Sue ABC Agents

A British newspaper says UVA student Martese Johnson is poised to sue three Virginia ABC agents.

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UVA Makes Changes Following Hack Attack

UVA is making some changes following a cyber attack based in China.

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SCC: Dominion Should Issue Refund

The State Corporation Commission says Dominion Virginia Power customers should get a refund.

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Credit Card Fraud Suspect Sought

Charlottesville Police are asking for the public's help in a credit card fraud investigation.

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Horse Tests Positive For West Nile

State officials say an Orange County horse tested positive for West Nile virus.

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Greene Sheriff Makes Sexual Assault Arrest

The Greene County Sheriff's Office has charged a man with sexually assaulting a minor.

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Prosecutors Oppose McDonnell Request

Federal prosecutors have let the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals know they oppose Former Governor Bob McDonnell’s request to…

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Lunsford Responds To Matthew Attorneys

Albemarle prosecutor Denise Lunsford has responded to a dozen defense motions that involve the Jesse Matthew case.

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Many New Teachers In Albemarle County

The Albemarle Schools will have many new teachers when classes begin next Wednesday.

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UVA Educator Speaks Out About Vocal Fry

A UVA Associate Professor of Speech and Voice has something to say about vocal fry.

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VDOT Shows Merchants 29 Corridor Plans

Merchants learn more about VDOT's plans, including September changes to shopping center entrances.

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Supervisors’ Candidates Appear At Forum

The candidates for the Rivanna and Scottsville District seats on the Albemarle Board of Supervisors attended a Wednesday forum.

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Council Hopefuls Square Off During Forum

The four men and one woman who are competing for three seats on City Council squared off Wednesday at the Senior Center.

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More Charges In Fatal Albemarle Crash

The latest charges against Brandon Scott Martin of Troy include aggravated DUI manslaughter and DUI maiming.

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