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Virginia Lawmakers Split On Lawsuit Against President

Virginia's congressional delegation has a sharp partisan split over a resolution that supports suing the President.

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UVA Benefactor Ruth Caplin Dies

Longtime UVA benefactor Ruth Sacks Caplin has died, making her husband Mortimer Caplin a widower.

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Petersburg’s Rosalyn Dance Wins Democrats’ Senate Primary

Delegate Rosalyn Dance (D- Petersburg) has won a Democratic primary for a vacant State Senate seat.

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Mission To Convert Old Jail Into Local Museum

The historical society has permission to raise money to convert the old jail near Court Square into a local museum.

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Sierra Club Wants City To Abandon Traditional Pesticides

Local Sierra Club members amplify their demands to eliminate traditional pesticides.

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Fire Displaces Anderson Street Family

A Thursday night fire has displaced six members of an Anderson Street family.

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GM Recall Impacts Driver’s Ed Cars For Charlottesville Teens

The latest GM recalls have affected the cars the Charlottesville schools use for their driver's ed program.

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New Details Emerge On May 10th Stabbing Death

New details have emerged in a May 10th stabbing death at a Charlottesville restaurant.

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Second Victim Of Fiery Crash On I-64 Has Been Identified

We know now the identity of a man who died in a fiery Wednesday morning crash on I-64 near Keswick.

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Advisory Panel For 29 Corridor Meets With Former VDOT Commissioner

An advisory panel for the Route 29 corridor improvements met Thursday with a former VDOT commissioner.

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Valley Woman Becomes New Leader Of Local Business Center

A Harrisonburg woman is the new leader of the Central Virginia Small Business Development Center.

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Lockn’ Festival Organizers Gain More Land

The organizers of the Lockn' Music Festival in Nelson County have gained more land.

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Consumer Spending Rose In Virginia In 2012

New figures show Virginia's consumer spending increased in 2012.

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City Will Start Up New Citizen Police Academy Soon

Charlottesville will begin another Citizen Police Academy in a few weeks.

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Former Maureen McDonnell Chief Of Staff Calls Ex-Boss “Nutbag”

A onetime Chief of Staff for Maureen McDonnell has portrayed her ex-boss in less than flattering terms.

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Transportation Secretary: VDOT Will Be Flexible With 29 Projects

Virginia's Secretary of Transportation says VDOT will be flexible when it does major road improvements.

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Board Of Elections Has New Provision Regarding Photo ID’s And Voting

Virginia's Board of Elections has a new provision on photo ID's used by voters.

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UVA Basketball Player Charged With DIP

UVA basketball player Evan Nolte was charged this past weekend with being drunk in public.

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UVA Student Named One Of Nation’s Top ROTC Cadets

A UVA student has been named one of the top ROTC cadets in the nation.

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Truck-Eating Bridge Claims Another Victim

Another vehicle failed to get under the truck-eating bridge on the University Corner.

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