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Governor Promotes Equal Opportunity Business Agenda

Governor McAuliffe says Virginia needs an equal opportunity agenda in 2015.

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Whitehead Concerned About Technology Advances

The Rutherford Institute's founder is concerned about recent technological advances.

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UVA Bucks Public College Enrollment Trend

A new report shows UVA's student enrollment grew by 268 between August 2013 and this academic year.

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Democrats Choose Hemenway For Electoral Board

Attorney Anne Hemenway is the Democrats' choice to replace Joan Schatzman on the city's electoral board.

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UVA Women Lose to Syracuse, 70-58

The Virginia women's basketball team fell 70-58 to Syracuse on Sunday afternoon.

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New Rules At UVA Greek Houses

UVA students have returned to Charlottesville with new rules for the Greek houses.

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Boyd Won’t Run For Another Term

Ken Boyd won't seek a fourth term as an Albemarle County supervisor.

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Harding Seeks New Term As Albemarle Sheriff

Sheriff Chip Harding is asking Albemarle voters to give him one more term.

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Environmentalists Denounce Proposed Pipeline

Environmentalists and homeowners near the route of a proposed pipeline mobilize in Charlottesville.

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No Gag Order In Jesse Matthew Fairfax Case

Matthew will await his March trial in the Fairfax Adult Detention Center.

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Matthew Public Defender Says Albemarle Murder Charge Likely

WUSA-TV reports the public defender for Jesse Matthew told a Fairfax County judge that murder or capital murder charges are likely in Albemarle County.

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City School Board Picks New Leaders

Amy Laufer is the new chairwoman of the Charlottesville School Board.

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Gallaway Keeps Albemarle School Board Chair

Ned Gallaway has won another term leading the Albemarle School Board.

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First Meeting Of 2015 For 29 Improvement Group

An advisory panel wants to ease the pain of a proposed Rio Road/Route 29 interchange

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Sexual Assault Task Force To Report By June

A task force chaired by Attorney General Mark Herring plans to produce ideas for legislation dealing with sexual assaults.

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Jesse Matthew Fairfax Trial: No Cameras

Judge cites victim's privacy and Matthew's right to a fair trial.

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Education Plans From GOP, Governor

The General Assembly's Republicans and Governor McAuliffe have unveiled education proposals.

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Scott Beardsley Named Next Dean Of Darden School

Scott Beardsley has been chosen as the next dean of UVA's Darden School.

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Flu Limits Visitation At UVA Hospital

Visitation is being limited at UVA Hospital due to the increasing number of flu cases.

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Supervisors Want Update On YMCA

The Albemarle Supervisors hope to get a status report on the YMCA's project in McIntire Park.

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