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Chris Dumler Resigns

Scottsville District Supervisor Chris Dumler has resigned from the Albemarle Board of Supervisors.┬áThe news came in a letter that was…


Paving To Close Lanes On 250 Bypass Into Next Week

Work that began Tuesday will continue through Friday.


Kaine And Warner Support Whistleblower Bill

Efforts continue to end sexual assaults in the military.

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Acuff To Run For School Board

An new candidate for the Albemarle School Board.

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Police Pursuit From Waynesboro Ends In North Garden

Several law enforcement agencies were involved in a pursuit early Wednesday from Waynesboro to North Garden.

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Crozet Woman To Serve Two Years For Attempted Murder

A woman charged with trying to kill her husband is going to prison for two years.

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Former Scouts Leader Pleads Not Guilty

A former Boy Scout troop leader has pleaded not guilty.

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Sheriff Says DNA Ruling Will Prevent Crime

A leader in creating the state DNA databank is pleased with the recent Supreme Court ruling.

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Former Secretary Avoids Jail Time

The one-time secretary to a Culpeper Police Chief has avoided doing time

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Summer Driving Season Deadly For Teens

The deadliest time of year for teenage drivers is during the summer

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Making headlines this week

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

A look at some of this week's biggest newsmakers and the headlines you may have missed.

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Cowboys’ Romo ‘done for season’


Dallas Cowboys veteran quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the National Football League season after re-injuring his collarbone for the second time in 10 weeks, according to an ESPN report.

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College football: 5 games you can’t miss


Here is a look at some of the top college football games you'll see this week and their implications for the post-season.

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Smartphones may have role in rise of U.S. traffic deaths


The number of deaths from traffic accidents jumped 8.1 percent in the first half of 2015, suggesting smartphones and other driving distractions could be making America's roadways more dangerous.