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Accreditation Review Team In Town To Look At UVA

After putting UVA on warning, an accreditation team is here to see how the University is doing.

Area State Senator Says Human Trafficking Is On The Rise

A local state senator is warning Virginians about a spike in human trafficking.

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Virginia’s Biggest County Police Force Has Seized Many Molly Pills

The Fairfax County Police Chief says his department has seized more than 3000 pills of a drug known as Molly.


New York Tribe Wants Washington Redskins To Pick New Name

A New York tribe wants the Washington Redskins to find another name.


Tina Fey Helps UVA Promote Funding For The Arts

1992 UVA alumna Tina Fey is helping her alma mater promote funding for the arts.


Date Is Set For Auction Of Natural Bridge

A Virginia landmark that was once owned by Thomas Jefferson has a November auction date.

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Sullivan Asks For More Research On UVA’s Ties To Slavery

The University of Virginia’s President is asking for additional research on the school’s ties to slavery.

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Missing Girl’s Family Teams Up With Parents Of Morgan Harrington

The family of Alexis Murphy has joined forces with Gil Harrington and Help Save The Next Girl.

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Many Attend Saturday Festivals In Different Areas Of Downtown

Area residents showed up for Saturday festivals in the downtown business district.

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Albemarle Reconsidering Class Ranking Release

Albemarle County might join the list of Virginia school divisions that will not automatically release the class ranking of graduating students.

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