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Regional Prison Lawsuit Settled

Health care will now be monitored at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women.

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Refunds For Appalachian Power Customers

A small refund is coming to APCO customers.

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Virginia Infant Mortality Rate Improves

The infant mortality rate in Virginia showed an improvement in a five-year period.

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UVA Rector Apologizes To Alleged Rape Victim – Zero Tolerance Policy Adopted

The Rector of the UVA Board of Visitors opened a special meeting Tuesday afternoon by apologizing to the woman who was the subject of a recent article in Rolling Stone magazine.

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Governor Considers Rolling Back Car Tax Relief

The governor says the state economy is in trouble, and continuing car tax relief could be on the chopping block.

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New DNA Information In Morgan Harrington Case

New information from State Police says Jesse Matthew’s DNA was found on the T-shirt Harrington wore the night she disappeared.

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UVA Student Leaders React To Sexual Assault Allegations

Student leaders are reacting to a recent Rolling Stone article about sexual assaults at UVA.

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Toscano Wants General Assembly Hearing On Campus Sexual Violence

The House Minority Leader admits that changes in rules and regulations mean nothing if victims don't report their attacks.

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Victims Of Fatal Crash On Route 53 Identified

Albemarle Police have identified two Gordonsville area residents who died Sunday on Route 53.

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Heaphy To Step Down As U.S. Attorney

U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy will step down by the end of 2014.

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Cavalier Daily: Fraternity Members Vacate House Following Threats

A student newspaper at UVA reports the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi have vacated their fraternity house.

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Two Die In Single-Vehicle Accident On Route 53 In Albemarle

Two people died Sunday in a single-vehicle accident on Route 53.

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Protest Outside Phi Kappa Psi Triggers Trespassing Arrests

Four people have been arrested for trespassing at a fraternity house associated with UVA.

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Radford Includes Gender ID In Anti-Discrimination Policy

Radford University now includes trangender students and employees as part of its anti-discrimination policy.

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UVA Takes Action Following Incident Chronicled In Rolling Stone

University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan has taken action regarding offenses that were highlighted in a Rolling Stone article.

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Joblessness In Virginia Drops In October

The Virginia Employment Commission says the jobless picture improved in October.

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State Supreme Court Denies Huguely’s Request For New Trial

The Virginia Supreme Court has rejected George Huguely's request for a new trial.

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Albemarle Court Date For Jesse Matthew Postponed Until 2015

An Albemarle County court date for Jesse Matthew won't happen until 2015.

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War Of Words Continues Over 29 Improvements

A war of words continues over proposed improvements for 29 North.

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Attorney General Says No To Proposed Independent Counsel

Attorney General Mark Herring has told UVA he won't accept Mark Filip as an independent counsel.

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