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AFL-CIO Urges No Vote On Ballot Item

The President of the Virginia AFL-CIO wants voters to reject a proposed constitutional amendment that's part of the November 8th ballot.

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Investigators Look Into Ware St. Fire

Charlottesville firefighters are investigating a weekend fire in the basement of a house near the intersection of Elliott Avenue and Ware Street.

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Man’s Body Found In Park

A search for a missing hiker has been suspended following the discovery of a man's body in Shenandoah National Park.

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3 weeks ago

Possible Trespassing Charges For Teens

Three teenaged girls might face trespassing charges following a weekend incident at the incomplete Landmark Hotel project.

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3 weeks ago

Democrats Pick Dittmar For Congress

Former Albemarle Supervisors' Chairwoman Jane Dittmar is now the Democrats' nominee for the Fifth District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Family, Friends Honor Jason Lee Shifflett

Family and friends of the late Jason Lee Shifflett, who was murdered last September, have honored his memory.

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3 weeks ago

Felons Register Following McAuliffe’s Action

Some felons have taken the next step following Governor McAuliffe's executive order that restores their voting rights.

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3 weeks ago

Liberty Won’t Be Tournament Site

The Virginia High School League has decided Liberty University will not host various tournaments over the next two years.

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UVA Police Issue Harassment Alert

The University of Virginia Police Department has issued a community alert dealing with harassment incidents.

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3 weeks ago

No Charges In Pedestrian Accident

City Police say no charges will be filed in connection with a pedestrian being hit by a car on May 1st.

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Cost Of Moving Out Of C.O.B. Considered

The Albemarle supervisors want to see what it would take to move out of the County Office Building on McIntire Road.

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Secret Service Agent Recalls JFK’s Death

A onetime Secret Service Agent who was in President John F. Kennedy's motorcade has lingering regrets about that fateful day in Dallas.

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Boy Found Safe; Amber Alert Canceled

A 3-year-old boy who was the subject of an amber alert has been returned to a relative.

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3 weeks ago

Local Officials Celebrate Full Reservoir

Area residents are celebrating a full Ragged Mountain Reservoir.

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Tips To Foil Burglars

Charlottesville Police have lots of advice about ways to make things tougher for burglars.

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3 weeks ago

New Beer Created To Celebrate DMB

A local brewery creates a Pilsner to mark the 25th anniversary of the Dave Matthews Band.

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3 weeks ago

Final Foxfield Figures

Albemarle Police release the latest arrest statistics for the 2016 Spring Foxfield Races.

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3 weeks ago

Supervisors Favor Bond Referendum

The Albemarle Supervisors expect to call for a referendum on capital projects, but they don't have a specific list at this time.

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3 weeks ago

PVCC Could Get New Building In 2020

PVCC President Frank Friedman says his school could get a new building by 2020.

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3 weeks ago

Reaction To UVA QB Nick Johns’ Decision To Transfer

Brad Franklin of Cavs Corner discusses the UVA depth chart at QB now that Nick Johns has decided to transfer.

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