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Governor Elect Terry McAuliffe

3 weeks ago

Governor Signs Sexual Assault Bills

Governor McAuliffe has signed bills that establish procedures for handling evidence kits in sexual assault and rape cases.

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3 weeks ago

Voters Will Elect State Senator In November

Governor McAuliffe has set a special election for November 8th, when voters will choose a replacement for the late State Senator John Miller.

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3 weeks ago

No Charges Against Andy Parker

Andy Parker, the father of a reporter who was murdered last August, won't be charged with any crime after a post appeared on a website.

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3 weeks ago

Smaller Tuition Increase At UVA

The tuition increase at UVA will not be as high as originally approved for in-state students.

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3 weeks ago

Supervisors Approve 2 Cents Tax Hike

The Albemarle Supervisors voted 5-1 Wednesday for a new real estate tax rate of 83.9 cents for every $100 of assessed value.

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3 weeks ago

State Revenue Up In March

State officials applaud higher sales tax collections and improved payroll withholding during March.

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3 weeks ago

McAuliffe Sets Veto Record

Governor McAuliffe has vetoed more bills this year than any other Chief Executive in the past 18 years,

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3 weeks ago

Governor Wants Execution Bill Changed

Governor McAuliffe wants to change a bill dealing with execution methods.

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4 weeks ago

Lawmakers Reflect On Recent Session

Two veteran state lawmakers speak to the League of Women Voters.

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4 weeks ago

School Security Officer Gun Bill Vetoed

Governor McAuliffe has vetoed a bill allowing school security officers to carry guns.

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4 weeks ago

Supervisors Renew Court Location Talks

The Albemarle Supervisors have jump started their discussions about the future of the county's courts.

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4 weeks ago

Newport News State Senator Dies

Newport News State Senator John Miller has died at age 68.

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4 weeks ago

Feedback On City Budget

Charlottesville residents had one of their final opportunities Monday to influence the city's next budget.

Governor Elect Terry McAuliffe

1 month ago

Governor Vetoes Explicit Books Bill

If passed, school districts would have been forced to notify parents of assigned books containing 'sexually explicit' content.

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1 month ago

Area High Schools Get High Marks

An organization called Niche gives high marks to public high schools in Albemarle and Charlottesville.

Latest Stories

3 hours ago in Local, Surrounding Counties

Madison Man Charged In Shooting

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A Madison County man is accused of shooting another man last month.

4 hours ago in Entertainment

REVIEW: In-fighting is entertaining in ‘Captain America: Civil War’

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"Civil War" stands out as certainly the biggest of the stand-alones, and among the best because of what it has in common with the better films in the Marvel universe: the conflict is deeply human, told humorously, and best enjoyed if you don't overthink it.

4 hours ago in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA

First Tee Returns To Area

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An organization that promotes golf and sportsmanship values for young people is returning to the area.

5 hours ago in Albemarle County, Charlottesville City, Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA

Ruling On Same-Sex Alimony Cases

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The State Supreme Court has ruled alimony does not need to be paid to a former spouse who's in a new relationship with a member of the same sex.

5 hours ago in Viral Videos

This ‘Game of Thrones’ inspired Mother’s Day gift is sure to be a hit

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Still looking for a last minute gift for mom? Jimmy Kimmel has got you covered.