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Freezing Rain Advisory Until 6 P.M.

A freezing rain advisory is in effect until 6 o'clock tonight.

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Denial Of Racial Overtones In Anti-ABC Store Petition

The Fifeville Neighborhood Association president resents suggestions that a campaign against ABC store has racial overtones.

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Monday Afternoon Memorial Service For Homeless

Advocates for the homeless will get together Monday at the Haven to honor those who have recently died.

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Barbara Rich Has Died

Longtime Charlottesville resident and media figure Barbara Rich has died.

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Virginians Go On 11th-Hour Holiday Shopping Spree

Countless Virginians helped to pack malls and other shopping venues for 11th-hour gift buying.

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Area Lawmakers Preview 2015 Session

Members of the General Assembly delegation have previewed the 2015 session with a UVA audience.

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Consumer Rebates From T-Mobile Settlement

Virginia consumers could get rebates from a settlement with T-Mobile.

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UVA Rector Blasts Rolling Stone, Calling It Drive By Journalism

The University of Virginia's Rector has blasted last month's Rolling Stone article about UVA.

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NOW Chapter Issues Statement On Sexual Assault

The local chapter of the National Organization for Women has released a statement on the issue of sexual assault at the University.

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Sage Smith Friends Demand More Energy Toward Search

Friends of Sage Smith demand a more vigorous search effort.

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McDonnell’s Son Charged With DUI

One of Former Governor Bob McDonnell's twin sons is charged with DUI in Virginia Beach.

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Application Form Shortened For Restoring Felons’ Rights

Governor McAuliffe has shortened an application form for ex-felons who want their rights restored.

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Police Seek Info On Cherry Avenue Break-In

City Police say somebody broke into a house early Thursday on Cherry Avenue and went into a child's bedroom.

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UVA Sexual Assault Policy Review To Go Public

Still no timeline on when the review process will end.

Two Bids For 29/250 Interchange

Bids are from Charlottesville-area firms have been submitted to build the so-called Best Buy ramp.

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Mark Weiner Gets New Sentencing Date

The defense uses a unique --and highly unusual-- state law.

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Woolen Mills Residents Renew Calls To Eliminate Stench

Residents of Woolen Mills and area businesses want to eliminate a stench from wastewater treatment plant.

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More Criticism In Rolling Stone Saga

There's another odd twist in the month old saga of a Rolling Stone article that focused on UVA.

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City Funds Court Space Study

City Councilors have authorized a feasibility study that deals with courtroom space.

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City Adds Approval To Firearms Training Facility

City Councilors have agreed to a deal that creates a firearms training facility in the Milton area.

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