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City Police Want Help Solving Shoplifting Case

Charlottesville Police are asking for your help in finding a couple of shoplifting suspects.

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City School Board Approves Salary Hike For Itself

The Charlottesville School Board has approved a salary hike for its members effective in 2016.

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Deeds Leads Forum On Kids’ Mental Health

State Senator Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) was the featured speaker at a forum on children's mental health.

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Rio-29 Interchange Critics Meet With Shucet

Critics of a proposed Rio at 29 North interchange want state officials to abandon the idea.

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Local Reaction To Garner Case

Local NAACP President Rick Turner has reacted to New York's Eric Garner case.

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UVA Students Celebrate Lighting Of Lawn

Students at the University of Virginia came together Thursday for the annual Lighting of the Lawn.

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Washington Post Editorial Critiques Rolling Stone Article

The Washington Post has published an opinion piece that challenges a recent Rolling Stone article.

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Albemarle Department Heads Want More Support

Albemarle County's department heads warn their staffs are stretched thin.

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Harding Wants Help To Expand DNA Database

Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding wants the 2015 General Assembly to expand Virginia's DNA data bank.

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Lower Bond For Woman Accused Of Destroying Evidence

A Charlottesville judge has reduced the bond for a woman accused of destroying evidence after a homicide.

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Pipe Dispute Ruling In Favor Of Shops At Stonefield

A judge has ruled in favor of the Shops at Stonefield in a dispute over a big drainage pipe.

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“Buddies On Call” Getting Ready To Start

An effort to protect UVA students is almost ready to get underway.

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Guilty Pleas On Federal Cocaine, Heroin Charges

Three defendants have pleaded guilty to federal drug charges.

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State Climatologist Predicts Colder Than Normal Winter

The State Climatologist says we could be in for another rough winter.

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Disaster Response Volunteers Needed

Non-profit civic and religious groups are being encouraged to help out during a disaster.

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Charlottesville Preliminary Hearing For Matthew Postponed

Jesse Matthew will not have a preliminary hearing on the local abduction charge until March.

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Council Takes Stand Against ABC Store

City Councilors have taken a stand against an ABC store on West Main Street.

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Councilors Respond To Rolling Stone Article

Teresa Sullivan says the behavior depicted in a Rolling Stone article is not something the University of Virginia will accept as normal.

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Delegates Propose College Safety Law Changes

Members of the House of Delegates who attended UVA are propos

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Home Invasion Robbery Reported On Brandon Avenue

A resident of Brandon Avenue reports being the victim of a home invasion robbery Sunday night.

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