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Maureen McDonnell Appeal Date Set

The former first lady will be in court on October 29th.

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Ken Boyd Upset With Planners

Ken Boyd says rejecting the possibility of development at I-64 and 29 South sends businesses the wrong message.

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Sen. Warner Talks ‘Gig Economy’

Local freelance workers and independent contractors voiced both their opinions and concerns over the expanding segment of the economy.

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Credit Card Theft Suspect Arrested

City Police have arrested a suspect in a recent credit card theft and fraud case.

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Safe Place To Sell Online

Greene County has set up a Safe Exchange Zone, a designated area in front of the Sheriff's Office to buy and sell items posted online.

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Planners Reject Changes Near 29 at 64

The Albemarle Planning Commission opposes possible zoning changes near the 29 South/I-64 intersection.

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Pipeline Critics Mobilize In Charlottesville

Critics of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline raise their voices in downtown Charlottesville.

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We Learn More About 2015 Film Festival

Movie critic and historian Leonard Maltin will be a guest of the upcoming Virginia Film Festival.

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Ivy Man Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit

An Ivy man has been hit with a wrongful death lawsuit.

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New Academic Year Starts For Many Kids

A new academic year begins Wednesday in Albemarle County and Charlottesville.

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Councilors Propose Deal With County

City Councilors approve a resolution that deals with parking shortages in the Court Square area.

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GOP To Governor: Don’t Reappoint Judge

Republican members of the General Assembly are warning Governor McAuliffe he should not reappoint Jane Roush to Virginia's Supreme Court.

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City Police Look For Gunfire Suspects

CityPolice are asking for help in identifying those who might have been involved with, or witnessed, shots fired recently on Monticello Road.

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Police Arrest JPA Burglary Suspect

City Police have arrested a suspect in a burglary on Jefferson Park Avenue.

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Lottery Has Another Successful Year

Virginia Lottery celebrates another profitable year.

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WINA Announces 2015 High School Football Broadcast Schedule

Once again, WINA will have High School Football on its airwaves this season.

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Senate Adjourns Without Approving Judge

The State Senate abruptly adjourns without approving a candidate for a Virginia Supreme Court vacancy.

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Council Wrestles With Short-Term Rentals

City councilors expect to vote next month on a revised ordinance dealing with short-term rentals.

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Councilors Delay Action On West Main

City Councilors postpone action for 90 days on West Main streetscape.

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Speed Limits Change On Two Roads

The speed limits are changing on some heavily traveled Charlottesville roads.

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