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Flooded Back Roads In Greene, Augusta

Some back roads in Greene and Augusta remain closed because of rain-swollen creeks and rivers.


City Hall Critic Sounds Off On Crime

A Westwood Road man weighs in on the city's debate on crime statistics.

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Food Bank Welcomes New Home

The Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry celebrates its new home on Lambs Road.

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City Has New Voting Machines

Charlottesville has new voting machines for next month's election, and deadlines are looming for anyone who's not registered or plans to vote absentee.

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Sheriff’s Office Says Student Assaulted

The sheriff's office in Amherst County says there's a person of interest in a recent assault case on the campus of Sweet Briar College.

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Chesapeake Horse Had EEE

A horse from Chesapeake has been euthanized after it tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis.

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Officials Hand Out Cards Listing Rights

The city's police department and Office of Human Rights are distributing cards that will let middle and high school kids know their rights.

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Crews Try To Get Projects On Schedule

Crews working on the 29 North and Emmet Street projects will try to make up some days they lost because of rain.

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VUU Student Sues Richmond Police

A student at Virginia Union University has sued the Richmond Police Department.

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Three Life Terms For Jesse Matthew

Jesse Matthew has been sentenced to three terms of life in prison for a sexual assault in Fairfax ten years ago.

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Weather Bullets Dodged

Our region was able to escape major damage from the recent weather systems.

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Sentencing In Death Of Orange County Boy

An Orange County man has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in the shooting death of a ten-year-old boy.

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VDOT Reopens Lane Of 250 Bypass

A right lane of the 250 Bypass has re-opened.

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Virginia Executes Convicted Killer

Virginia has executed a death-row inmate for the first time since January 2013.

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Columbia Gas Customers Will Pay Less

Columbia Gas of Virginia says its customers will see their bills decrease by 5%, and will get a refund this fall.

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Woman Gets Spiked Drink At Bar

City Police say a 21-year-old woman was a victim of drink-tampering.

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Spotsylvania Pumpkin Wins Prize

A huge pumpkin from Spotsylvania County wins the top prize from the State Fair.


Forecast Postpones High School Football

High school football games have been affected by the expected heavy rain.

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Governor Declares State Of Emergency

Governor McAuliffe has declared a state of emergency due to recent flooding and the upcoming arrival of Hurricane Joaquin.

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Right Lane Closed On 250 Bypass Segment

The right lane has been closed on the westbound stretch of the 250 Bypass from Emmet Street to Barracks Road.

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