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Charlottesville Circuit Court Gets New Judge

The General Assembly has chosen Rick Moore as the next judge for the Charlotesville Circuit Court.

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Lawmakers Close Money Gap, Reject Medicaid Expansion

The General Assembly has approved legislation that closes a shortfall in Virginia's budget.

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Options Displayed For Extending Berkmar Drive

Area residents are telling VDOT their preferences for the route of the future Berkmar Drive Extended.

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Ribbon-Cutting For Ragged Mountain Dam

Many local residents are celebrating the new Ragged Mountain Dam.

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Police Continue To Screen Surveillance Video In Hannah Graham Search

Video obtained Wednesday night shows a man following a missing UVA student in the Downtown Mall area. That man says she was stopped by a second male.

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Iachetta, Commander Arrested In Cell Phone Investigation

City Registrar Sheri Iachetta and former electoral board member Stephanie Commander have been charged with felonies in connection with the cell phone investigation.

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Serious Respiratory Illness Confirmed In Virginia

A serious respiratory illness affecting children has been confirmed in Virginia.

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General Assembly Returns To Richmond

Members of the General Assembly head back to Richmond for a special session.

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Ogilvie Case Continued Again

The next court proceeding for Claire Ogilvie will be held in October.

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Thousands Take Part In Annual Day Of Caring

A small army of volunteers swarmed all over sites across the region for the Laurence E. Richardsn Day of Caring.

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One-Third Of Schools Fail To Meet Full Accreditation

The number of Virginia public schools that were fully accredited was down significantly from the previous year.

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Downtown Bus Stop Called Nuisance

A bus stop on East Market Street is being described as a public nuisance.

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Northern Albemarle Residents Talk About Road Problems

Two Albemarle Supervisors field questions about road projects near their homes.

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Fenwick Likes Having Special Prosecutor Investigate City Office

City Councilman Bob Fenwick welcomes having a special prosecutor investigate the Registrar's Office.

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Social Services Board Worries About Undocumented Kids In County Schools

The Albemarle Social Services Board worries about the presence of undocumented kids in county schools.

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Higher Education Council Takes Road Trip

Virginia's Higher Education Council is taking a road trip.

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Water Line Work Closes Lanes At Bypass-McIntire

A waterline installation project will cause some lane closings this week on the 250 Bypass.

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Hurt Opens Local Campaign Office

Congressman Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) has formally opened his local campaign office.

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City Fire Chief Promotes Five

The Charlottesville Fire Chief has promoted five members of his department.

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Vigil For Samantha Ann Clarke

There was a weekend vigil in Orange County to promote the search for Samantha Ann Clarke.

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