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The Charlottesville School Board renews its focus on teacher pay scales.
Albemarle resident Nancy Carpenter wants Virginians to remember the homeless on December 21st.
The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee approves a resolution authored by Tim Kaine (D- Richmond).
The Virginia Gentlemen performed again at the White House.
One of the three friends accused of telling Jackie not to report her rape has raised some questions concerning the story.
City Fire Chief Charles Werner wants to know what caused a fire last week on Rugby Avenue.
The Albemarle Supervisors say a firearms training facility can go in the Milton area.
The Albemarle School Superintendent and the County Executive say they will try to raise salaries in the next budget cycle.
House Republican leaders are proposing a $100 cap on gifts to state lawmakers.
Charlottesville Media Personalities and well known citizens Shop to Stop Hunger.
UVA President Teresa Sullivan tells the Washington Post that reforming the University's party culture will take time.
The Central Virginia Legal Aid Society is representing the woman who was the subject of the Rolling Stone article.
Albemarle supervisor Ken Boyd likes the idea of buying body cameras for County Police.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Virginia gets the top grade among the 50 states for health preparedness.
Charlottesville Police say the teenage victim in a double homicide was acquainted with the suspect.
City Police say a former youth pastor is accused of taking indecent liberties with a minor.
There was an expected decline in the local jobless rate in October.
The group is asking three things of City Council to ensure a better relationship between Charlottesville Police and minorities.
Schools officials have also created a group to change University of Virginia's culture.
The groups also want an apology.