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Dominion To Move Forward On Pipeline Through Nelson, Buckingham

Dominion says it will move forward on building a natural gas pipeline through Nelson, Buckingham and Augusta pending government approval.

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Jury Deliberations Begin In McDonnells’ Trial

Following instructions from the judge, the jury in the Bob and Maureen McDonnell trial began deliberating at noon Monday.

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New Job For Eric Cantor

Former 7th District congressman Eric Cantor has a new job on Wall Street.

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Fatal Crash On 29 South In North Garden

There was a fatal accident Monday morning on 29 South at Plank road.

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Man Charged With DUI After Hitting Police Car

A man was charged with DUI early Sunday after authorities say he ran into a cop car.

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Road Projects This Week Could Affect Traffic

VDOT will have several road projects this week that could have an impact on traffic flow.

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Household Hazardous Waste Collection Returns This Fall

Days have been set aside in October and November to collect household hazardous waste and other items.

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29N Traffic Light Synchronization Work Begins In October

Work on synchronizing the traffic signals along 29 North gets underway in October.

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Roanoke Girl Dies Inside Hot Van

Authorities say a two-year-old girl died Sunday after being left in a vehicle in 90 degree weather.

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Dozens Hired As New Albemarle Teachers

The Albemarle school system has signed contracts with 115 new teachers with more hiring to come.

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More Court Filings In Same-Sex Marriage Case

Two clerks of circuit court have filed more paperwork in the Virginia same-sex marriage case.

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Uber Taxi Alternative Comes To Charlottesville

There's a new option for those who use taxicabs to get around town.

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Former Culpeper Mayor Appeals Sexual Battery Conviction

A former mayor of Culpeper will appeal a sexual battery conviction from general district court.

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Navy Names New Submarine After John Warner

The U. S. Navy will christen a new sub this week that honors former Virginia U.S. Senator John Warner (R- Alexandria).

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Virginia Public Colleges Prepare For Cuts

Virginia public colleges and universities are warning their faculty and staff about looming budget reductions.

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Missing Woman’s Loved Ones Hold Beep For Bonnie Event In Albemarle

The family and friends of Bonnie Santiago held a Saturday event promoting their search for the missing woman.

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UVA Architect David Neuman Will Leave In October

David Neuman, who's responsible for UVA's historic preservation and major projects, will leave the Grounds in October

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MHS Athletic Director, Two Others, Plead Guilty To Bid Rigging

The athletic director at Monticello High School and two other men plead guilty to rigging bids on athletic apparel and must pay fines.

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Former City Teacher Sentenced For Soliciting Minor

A former teacher at Venable Elementary School has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for soliciting a minor online.

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McDonnell Trial: Deliberations Begin Tuesday

A seven-man five-woman federal jury will begin deliberating the fate of Bob and Maureen McDonnell on Tuesday.

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Paul McCartney urges Scots to shun independence

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Kings of Leon drummer returns to the road

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Nathan Followill, of Kings of Leon, is seen backstage at the Grammy Nominations Concert on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009, in Los Angeles.

Nathan Followill has confirmed he'll be back behind the kit after breaking his ribs in a tour bus crash.