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A survivor of the Civil Rights era has won a Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal.
NAACP requests data on court fines and speeding tickets.
Virginia law enforcement has reached a new milestone in terms of DNA hits.
March collections were up 12% over last year.
There will be a local event April 19th to recognize the rights of victims.
Two local roads will be closed during separate bridge projects by VDOT.
Just like at several other state colleges, students at James Madison University will pay more tuition next year.
Richard Lloyd tells Republicans he's interested in the Rivanna Supervisor's seat.
Hillary Clinton and Jim Webb are among the Democrats with 2016 on their radar.
New Virginia GOP Chairman John Whitbeck has spoken to local Republican activists.
There's more paving work this week on a stretch of the 250 Bypass.
Huge sculptures of canned food are on display highlighting the work of a food bank.
The UVA Alumni For Change speak out regarding the Martese Johnson incident.
Several generations of area residents help the Jefferson School celebrate its 150th Anniversary.
Regional Emergency Management Coordinator Kirby Felts has won a statewide award.
City councilors are absorbing last-minute ideas for Charlottesville's next budget.
A Madison Lane fraternity won't pursue honor violation against central figure in Rolling Stone controversy.
Two local members of the General Assembly doubt UVA will sue Rolling Stone.
The National Center for Higher Education Risk Management has suggestions for UVA.
The local unemployment rate is still the second lowest in the state.