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Feds Investigate Complaint Against W&L

The federal government is investigating how Washington and Lee University handled a woman's sexual assault complaint.

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Morrissey To Get Seized Items

Embattled Delegate Joe Morrissey will be reunited with items from his law office.

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Nationwide To Close Lynchburg Call Center

Nationwide Insurance plans to close Lynchburg call center in 2016.

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State Wants Big Fine Against CSX

A state agency has proposed a six-figure fine against CSX

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Delta Flight Diverted To Richmond

A Delta Airlines flight bound for New York was safely diverted to Richmond.

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Attic Fire Damages Woodlands Road House

An attic fire damaged a house Sunday night on Woodlands Road.

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Both Chambers Approve Horse Racing Bill

Both chambers of the General Assembly have approved a bill dealing with Virginia horse racing.

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Two Toscano Bills Expected To Be Signed

Local Delegate David Toscano expects two of his bills will get signed by Governor McAuliffe.

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Former Health Commissioner Takes National Job

A onetime leader of the Virginia Department of Health is getting a new job.

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2014 Good Year For Va. Beach Tourism

Virginia Beach says 2014 was a good year for its motels, hotels, and restaurants.

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APCO Warns Boaters On Smith Mt. Lake

Applachian Power has a warning for anyone who goes boating on Smith Mountain Lake,

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Two Bodies In Culpeper County Identified

Culpeper area law enforcement agencies have identified two bodies found at Mountain Run Lake Park.

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Maureen McDonnell Sentenced To One Year, One Day In Prison

Maureen McDonnell has been sentenced to a total of 366 days in prison after being convicted of corruption charges.

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Judge Puts City Panhandling Ordinance On Hold

The City of Charlottesville has been ordered to halt the enforcement of an ordinance that prohibits panhandling on parts of the Downtown Mall.

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City School Board Approves Budget

The Charlottesville School Board has adopted a preliminary budget.

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CARS Meets Fundraising Goal

The Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad has reached its $300,000 fundraising goal.

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County Executive Wants One-Cent Tax Hike

County Executive Tom Foley recommends raising Albemarle's real property tax rate.

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Three 29 Advisory Panel Members Resign

Three members of an advisory panel on 29 North have abruptly resigned.

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Police: Barracks Road Closed By DUI Crash

City Police say it was a drunk driving crash that brought down power poles and closed Barracks Road.

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UVA Women Lose in Overtime Game Against Lady Panthers

The UVA women's basketball team fell 68-63 to Pittsburgh Thursday night in an overtime contest.

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Randolph and Venson Earn ACC Honors

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Randolph named to the All-ACC Second Team; Mikayla Venson named to the ACC All-Freshman Team

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One Texan To Another: “Thank You For Reporting Jesse Matthew”

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The Israeli Prime Minister called for action over Iran's nuclear program.

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Matthew Hearing To Close 4th St.

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To accomodate satellite trucks attending the Jesse Matthew hearing, part of 4th Street downtown will be closed.