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Bob McDonnell Free For Now

Chief Justice John Roberts sets a deadline for federal prosecutors to respond to a new development in the Bob McDonnell saga.

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HG 2014 Pins: What Are They?

What started as thank-you gifts might set legal precedents.

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Albemarle Schools Avoid Teacher Shortage

Albemarle schools have managed to avoid a teacher shortage.

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Former Firefighter Gets Prison Time

A onetime firefighter gets prison time for solicitation of a minor.

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Rival State Senators Will Debate At CNU

Rival members of the state senate will debate who should control that chamber.

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Tony Hawk Contributes To Skate Park

A professional skater chips in $25,000 for a skating area planned for McIntire Park.

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Banners At ODU Criticized

Activities have been suspended at ODU's Sigma Nu chapter after sexually suggestive banners were hung for all to see.

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Culpeper Water Main Gets Fixed

A problem with a water main in Culpeper has been resolved.

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UVA Welcomes Its Newest Students

UVA has formally welcomed thousands of new Wahoos during a Sunday evening ceremony on the Lawn.

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Sweet Briar Prepares For New Year

Sweet Briar College prepares for a new academic year.

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Nelson Residents Commemorate Camille

Nelson residents have commemorated the 46th anniversary of Camille, a deadly storm that devastated their county.

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Many Local Residents Honor Julian Bond

Area residents have honored the late Julian Bond, who passed away August 15th in Florida.

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Abortion Critics Rally In Albemarle

Area residents protest abortions outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Albemarle County

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Four Men Compete In Special Election

Four men are now competing in a special election for the Albemarle School Board.

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New Students Arrive At UVA

The annual invasion of the first-year students continued Saturday in the Alderman and McCormick Road dorms.

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Unemployment Drops to 4.8%

Virginia's statewide jobless inched lower in July.

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Local Synthetic Marijuana Sales Up

Thanks to "Spice", area police are finding people who are disoriented, sweating profusely, vomiting, and sometimes unconscious.

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New Students Move Into UVA Dorms

Thousand of new students get the Wahoo experience.

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Fire Destroys Barboursville House

Fire destroyed a house Thursday night in the Barboursville area.

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Judge Hears Motions In Matthew Case

Albemarle Circuit Judge Cheryl Higgins considered 12 pre-trial motions Thursday that involve next year's trial of Jesse Matthew.

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