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$10 Million Gift To Montpelier

A noted philanthropist is donating $10 million to Montpelier.

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Chimney Fire Sparks Ignite Leaves; Fire Damages House

A fire damaged a house Sunday evening in the 3200-block of Old Lynchburg Road.

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UVA Chorus Honors Hannah Graham

Members of the UVA Women's Chorus provided a musical tribute to the late Hannah Graham.

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Last-Minute Campaigning In Area By Warner, Gillespie

Freshman Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Warner brings his bid for a second term to UVA.

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Woman Shot In Face Off 20 North

Albemarle Police say a woman was shot in the face early Saturday in the Stony Point area.

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Survey Shows Closer Senate Race; Gillespie Says He Can Win

A new statewide poll shows a closer contest for a seat in the U.S. Senate.

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Flap Over Congressional Districts May Go To Supreme Court

A dispute over Virginia's congressional districts may go to the nation's highest court.

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Matthew Trial Date In Fairfax To Be Set In Two Weeks

The lawyer for Jesse Matthew wants his client to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, and a trial date in Fairfax will be set in two weeks.

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Orange County Shooting Suspect Arrested

Kevin Patrick McLeer has been arrested by Orange County sheriff's deputies.

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Burruss’ CHS Jersey Retired

The football jersey worn by Lloyd Burruss when he played at Charlottesville High School is being retired.

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Woman Shot During Attempted Home Invasion Robbery

City Police are investigating an attempted home invasion robbery in the Belmont neighborhood.

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Cathy Smith Train Wins Paul Goodloe McIntire Award

Cathy Smith Train of our area's United Way will receive the annual Paul Goodloe McIntire Award.

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Bob McDonnell Lawyers Want New Trial

The attorneys for ex-Governor Bob McDonnell say their client should get a new trial.

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JMU Student Charged With Posting Online Threat

A junior at James Madison University has been charged with posting an online threat.

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Voters To Decide Fate Of Exemption For Military Spouses

A constitutional amendment on Tuesday's ballot deals with an exemption for a spouse of a service member killed in action.

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CSX Plans More Testing At Derailment Site In Lynchburg

The CSX Corporation vows to do more testing on the James River at an accident site in Lynchburg.

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CustomInk To Add Jobs At Charlottesville Facility

More jobs are coming to the Charlottesville area.

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Local Unemployment Rate Down In September

The jobless picture improved across our region in September.

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5th District Candidates Forum At City Hall

Three of the four candidates for a local House seat squared off Wednesday night at City Hall.

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Two Men Sentenced In Child Pornography Ring

Two area men will spend years in federal prison for their roles in a child pornography ring.

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