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Delay In Decision That Could Trigger Albemarle Redistricting

The Albemarle School Board has delayed a decision that could trigger a redistricting.

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Police Investigate Report Of Man Chasing Woman

City Police received a report of a man getting out of his car and chasing a woman down Wertland Street.

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City School Board Focuses On Teacher Pay

The Charlottesville School Board renews its focus on teacher pay scales.

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Albemarle Resident Wants Us To Remember Homeless

Albemarle resident Nancy Carpenter wants Virginians to remember the homeless on December 21st.

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Committee Approves Kaine Proposal On ISIS

The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee approves a resolution authored by Tim Kaine (D- Richmond).

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Virginia Gentlemen Perform At White House

The Virginia Gentlemen performed again at the White House.

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CBS News: Friend Of Jackie Questions Some Claims

One of the three friends accused of telling Jackie not to report her rape has raised some questions concerning the story.

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Investigators Working On Rugby Avenue Fire Cause

City Fire Chief Charles Werner wants to know what caused a fire last week on Rugby Avenue.

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Firing Range Facility Gets Green Light

The Albemarle Supervisors say a firearms training facility can go in the Milton area.

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County Officials Want To Raise Employee Salaries

The Albemarle School Superintendent and the County Executive say they will try to raise salaries in the next budget cycle.

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GOP Leaders Propose $100 Limit On Gifts To Lawmakers

House Republican leaders are proposing a $100 cap on gifts to state lawmakers.

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WINA Hosts To Compete In Food Bank Benefit

Charlottesville Media Personalities and well known citizens Shop to Stop Hunger.

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Sullivan: Changes Will Take Time

UVA President Teresa Sullivan tells the Washington Post that reforming the University's party culture will take time.

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Legal Aid Representing Woman In Rolling Stone Article

The Central Virginia Legal Aid Society is representing the woman who was the subject of the Rolling Stone article.

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Supervisor Likes Idea Of Police Body Cameras

Albemarle supervisor Ken Boyd likes the idea of buying body cameras for County Police.

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Virginia Gets Top Ranking From CDC

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Virginia gets the top grade among the 50 states for health preparedness.

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Police: Teenage Murder Victim, Suspect Knew Each Other

Charlottesville Police say the teenage victim in a double homicide was acquainted with the suspect.

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Former Youth Pastor Charged With Sex Crime

City Police say a former youth pastor is accused of taking indecent liberties with a minor.

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Local Unemployment Rate Declines

There was an expected decline in the local jobless rate in October.

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#March4Justice Holds Rally For Peace

The group is asking three things of City Council to ensure a better relationship between Charlottesville Police and minorities.

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A study shows there have been dozens of deaths at unlicensed day care centers over the past ten years.

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Morrissey Says He Won’t Run As Democrat

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Henrico Delegate Joe Morrissey says he won't seek the Democratic nomination to run for the seat he's vacating.

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