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The jury selection is now complete in the Kevin Wayne Quick case.
A man accused of victimizing women he met on Craigslist gets prison time.
The homes sales are up across most of Virginia.
City Council has approved a settlement of about $125,000 in the panhandling case.
City Councilors are showing renewed interest in a citywide system of surveillance cameras.
A panel dealing with ABC operations has held its initial meeting.
The top man at the Supreme Court extends a deadline for George Huguely to appeal a murder conviction.
Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) is asking voters to give him another term in the State Senate.
Absentee ballots are now being accepted for the Democrats' June 9th primary.
Attorney General Mark Herring has issued an opinion saying that new strict building standards should not be applied retroactively to existing abortion clinics.
City Police have accused a man of breaking into a residence on Blenheim Avenue.
A lengthy federal trial begins this week for several people accused of killing Kevin Wayne Quick.
Area police departments get a dialogue going with various community members.
The Charlottesville Youth Council considers ways to improve life in the city.
A city jury has found Avery Fernando Gray guilty of second-degree murder.
The University of Virginia creates an award that's named for the late Hannah Graham.
A current member of the Albemarle Planning Commission wants a seat on the Board of Supervisors.
Senators Warner and Kaine want to speed up the timetable for retiring old rail cars.
City Council candidate Wes Bellamy vows to push for more pre-kindergarten classes.
Our region's jobless rate edged down in March.