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UVA Students Explore Preston Ave.

Hundreds of UVA architecture students are creating a buzz about Preston Avenue.

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2 weeks ago

Market Street Building Will Stay

Owners of the West Market Street building that had a collapsed roof plan to remove part of the structure.

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2 weeks ago

CAT Detour Update

Charlottesville Area Transit has updated the latest detours for CAT bus routes.

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2 weeks ago

Albemarle Schools Reopen

Albemarle school officials are glad their students are returning to their classes Thursday on a two-hour delay.

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Closings & Delays for Wednesday 1-27-16

Wednesday 1/27/2016

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City Reopens Part Of 2nd Street

The city has opened a part of a street that was shut down after the collapse of a building on West Market Street.

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2 weeks ago

Fourth GOP Hopeful Seeks Hurt Seat

A Rappahannock County man is the latest Republican to enter the 5th District House race.

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2 weeks ago

UVA Escapes Wake Forest 72-71

The University of Virginia won a wild men's basketball game Tuesday on Tobacco Road.

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RWSA Likes Condition Of Reservoirs

The Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority says our local reservoirs are starting off 2016 in good shape.

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2 weeks ago

Lawmakers Promote Education Reform

General Assembly Republicans promote education reform measures.

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Man Accused Of Biting Policeman

A 36-year-old Greene County man is accused of biting a police officer while he was being transported to the regional jail.

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Lawmakers Honor Vicki Gardner

State Senators have given Vicki Gardner, who survived an August shooting during a TV broadcast, a standing ovation.

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UVA Announces Football Schedule

The University of Virginia has announced its 2016 football schedule.

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2 weeks ago

Slight Jump In State Jobless Rate

The statewide jobless rate went up slightly in December.

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2 weeks ago

Market, Water Streets Reopened To Parking

Market Street and Water Street have been reopened to parking.

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2 weeks ago

Roof Collapse On W. Market St.

The roof of an abandoned building on Market Street collapsed Monday afternoon from the weight of the snow.

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City Police Now Investigating Reported Rape

UVA Police have turned over a rape investigation to Charlottesville Police.

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Cage Drops Out Of 5th District Race

Ericke Cage has dropped out as a Democratic candidate in the 5th District congressional race.

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2 weeks ago

Virginians Start To Dig Out

Virginians try to dig out from our massive snowstorm.

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2 weeks ago

Break For UVA Students Ends

Classes for many UVA students will resume Monday afternoon, and thousands of employees get a late start to their work week.

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A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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Virginia Overwhelms VA Tech 67-49

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Virginia with another solid win in ACC play, their seventh straight.

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Toscano Makes Plea To Lawmakers

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Delegate David Toscano (D- Charlottesville) wants more socially conservative lawmakers to withdraw their proposals to limit gay and lesbian rights.

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Bloomberg Ad Rips Into Governor

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Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a former political ally of Terry McAuliffe, blasted the Governor in a Richmond Times-Dispatch ad.

10 hours ago in Election, Local, Surrounding Counties, UVA, Virginia Assembly

Forbes Seeks New Term

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Eight-term Congressman Randy Forbes is seeking another term this year, and his upcoming campaign will be in a different district.