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Charlottesville Man Charged with Sexually Assaulting Minor

City Police charge a man with sexully assaulting a juvenile.

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Third Man Accused In Green Street Beatdown

Charlottesville Police charge third man with a recent beatdown on Green Street.

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Big Pay Day For Keswick Man

A Keswick man has won a major prize from the Virginia Lottery.

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Dominion Picks Pipe Maker For Pipeline

Dominion chooses a Pennsylvania firm to create the pipe for a proposed pipeline.

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City Council, School Board Talk Numbers

The district is asking for help to the tune of $2.7 million dollars to fund a teacher pay increase.

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Matthew Attorneys Want Trial Delay

Defense attorneys want to delay the Fairfax trial of Jesse Matthew.

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State Senate Passes Anti-Discrimination Bill

If approved in the House and signed by the governor, the state would officially prohibit its agencies from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.

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29 North Signal Work Begins Wednesday

Improved synchronization of the traffic lights on 29 North begins overnight Wednesday.

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Bicycle-Sharing Program At UVA

There's a new program on the UVA Grounds to share bicycles called UBike.

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Ed Scott Won’t Seek Re-election

Madison County Delegate Ed Scott will not run for another term.

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UVA Gets Princeton Review Top Ranking

The Princeton Review has named the University of Virginia as the nation’s top public school for affordability, academics and career…

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Two Charged With Beating Man In His Bed

Two men are accused of breaking into another man's house on Green Street and beating him in his bed.

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Helping Middle School Girls Gain Confidence

A program from the UVA Curry School of Education helps middle school girls gain confidence.

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Bypass-McIntire Interchange Opens Thursday

The interchange at the 250 Bypass and McIntire Road opens Thursday afternoon after almost two years of construction

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City Considers Dropping Lee-Jackson Holiday

City councilors got plenty of feedback Monday night about the future of the Lee-Jackson Day holiday.

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Concealed Guns On School Property Rejected

The State Senate has rejected legislation that deals with concealed handguns on school property.

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Hampden-Sydney Shutdown Blamed On Norovirus

The classes won't resume until Wednesday at Hampden-Sydney College.

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Hurt Steers Clear Of Pipeline Debate

Congressman Robert Hurt plans to steer clear of the debate over a proposed natural gas pipeline through his district.

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Amherst Favors Designating Route 60 As Scenic Byway

The Amherst County Supervisors favor making Route 60 a scenic byway.

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Prince William Police Charge Man With Posing As Officer

Prince William County Police have charged a man with posing as an officer.

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The regulatory agency voted 3-2 in favor of rules aimed at enforcing what's called "net neutrality."