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Phone Service Disrupted In Fluvanna By Cut Cable

All Century Link phone service in Fluvanna County has been disrupted by a cut cable.

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Police Continue To Screen Surveillance Video In Hannah Graham Search

Video obtained Wednesday night shows a man following a missing UVA student in the Downtown Mall area. That man says she was stopped by a second male.

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Iachetta, Commander Arrested In Cell Phone Investigation

City Registrar Sheri Iachetta and former electoral board member Stephanie Commander have been charged with felonies in connection with the cell phone investigation.

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Serious Respiratory Illness Confirmed In Virginia

A serious respiratory illness affecting children has been confirmed in Virginia.

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General Assembly Returns To Richmond

Members of the General Assembly head back to Richmond for a special session.

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Man Convicted Of Attempted Abduction In Louisa

A Louisa County judge has convicted a man of attempted abduction and assault and battery.

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Ogilvie Case Continued Again

The next court proceeding for Claire Ogilvie will be held in October.

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Thousands Take Part In Annual Day Of Caring

A small army of volunteers swarmed all over sites across the region for the Laurence E. Richardsn Day of Caring.

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One-Third Of Schools Fail To Meet Full Accreditation

The number of Virginia public schools that were fully accredited was down significantly from the previous year.

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Herring Brings Record Lawsuit Against Banks Alleging Fraud

Attorney General Mark Herring has brought a record $1.15 billion lawsuit against several banks concerning alleged mortgage fraud.

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Downtown Bus Stop Called Nuisance

A bus stop on East Market Street is being described as a public nuisance.

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Northern Albemarle Residents Talk About Road Problems

Two Albemarle Supervisors field questions about road projects near their homes.

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Fenwick Likes Having Special Prosecutor Investigate City Office

City Councilman Bob Fenwick welcomes having a special prosecutor investigate the Registrar's Office.

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Social Services Board Worries About Undocumented Kids In County Schools

The Albemarle Social Services Board worries about the presence of undocumented kids in county schools.

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Higher Education Council Takes Road Trip

Virginia's Higher Education Council is taking a road trip.

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Dominion Expands Investments In Solar Energy

Dominion Virginia Power is expanding its investments in solar energy.

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Water Line Work Closes Lanes At Bypass-McIntire

A waterline installation project will cause some lane closings this week on the 250 Bypass.

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Hurt Opens Local Campaign Office

Congressman Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) has formally opened his local campaign office.

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City Fire Chief Promotes Five

The Charlottesville Fire Chief has promoted five members of his department.

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Vigil For Samantha Ann Clarke

There was a weekend vigil in Orange County to promote the search for Samantha Ann Clarke.

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Stoners find love on weed-themed dating sites

FILE - This Feb. 1, 2011 file photo shows medical marijuana clone plants at a medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif. Despite new rules that say only about 140 medical marijuana dispensaries are eligible to stay open, more than 450 have filed renewals to pay Los Angeles business taxes this year.

New websites cater exclusively to smokers or, at the very least, the “cannabis friendly."

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Gene Simmons’ son following in dad’s rock footsteps

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Nick Simmons, 25, is starting his own rock band.

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Thursday’s Sports Minute

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Here is a look at the sports headlines you'll be talking about today, Thursday, Sept. 18.