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UVA Women Get 86-50 Win

The UVA Women's basketball team rolled to an 86-50 win Monday night in their home opener.

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VDOT: We’re Ready For Winter

Sand, abrasives, liquid calcium chloride, salt brine, equipment and crew members are being assembled to take on Old Man Winter.

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New Scorecard For Hospitals

There's a quality and patient safety scorecard for Virginia's medical facilities.

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Sterilization Compensation Plan Examined

Governor McAuliffe is reviewing regulations for the compensation of Virginians who were involuntarily sterilized during the last century.

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Kasich Submits Petitions For GOP Primary

Ohio Governor John Kasich submits petition signatures for Virginia's March 1st presidential primary.

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Councilors Okay 2016 Wish List

City councilors have signed off on a wish list for the 2016 General Assembly

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Charter School Bill Returns

Delegate Rob Bell has re-introduced his bill to put a charter school issue on the ballot.

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October Capped Banner Year For Ports

New figures show October was a banner month for Virginia's ports.


New Figures Demonstrate Navy’s Impact

There are new figures on the impact of the U.S. Navy on the Tidewater region's economy.

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More Water Possible In Sugar Hollow

The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority might adopt a different strategy for the Sugar Hollow Reservoir during 2016.

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Water Alert Ends In Culpeper

A health alert has ended for some Culpeper residents who no longer have to boil their drinking water.

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GOP Picks Leaders For 2016, 2017

GOP Delegates have chosen their leaders for 2016 and '17.

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Democrats Reelect Toscano As Leader

House of Delegates Democrats have chosen David Toscano for another two-year term as the Minority Leader.

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Louisa Man Charged With Stabbing

A Louisa County man has been charged with stabbing another man in the Town of Orange.

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Man Charged With Thefts From 6 Counties

The Buckingham County Sheriff says a Front Royal man has been charged with thefts from six counties south of the James River.

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Borches, Malloy Picked For State Board

Governor McAuliffe names two people with local ties to the Virginia Motor Vehicle Dealer Board.

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Colonial Downs Challenges New Law

Colonial Downs is challenging Virginia's new law that affects who controls the racing at a track in New Kent County.


Salvation Army Begins Kettle Drive

Our area's Salvation Army has kicked off its annual red kettle drive.

Nov 14, 2015; Louisville, KY, USA; Virginia Cavaliers quarterback Matt Johns (15) throws the ball agains the Louisville Cardinals during the first half at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

UVA Falls 38-31 In Louisville

The University of Virginia football program has lost its final road game of 2015, a 38-31 setback in Louisville, Kentucky.

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UVA Checks On Students In France

UVA and other Virginia colleges and universities are checking on students who are spending their fall semester in or around Paris.

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Santa Claus participates in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015, in New York. (Photo by Scott Roth/Invision/AP)

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