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3 weeks ago

Foul Weather Blamed For Accidents

There has been one fatality blamed on the powerful storm that's socked Virginia, and it happened in Chesapeake.

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3 weeks ago

UPDATE: Climatologist Says 20+ Inches

Predictions for total snowfall in our area range from 20 to 30 inches.

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3 weeks ago

Problems With Parking In Snow Routes

City Police say there are still issues with parking on the snow emergency routes.

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3 weeks ago

Some CAT Routes Get Shortened

The snow has forced Charlottesville Area Transit to shorten some bus routes, but Routes 5, 7 and the green trolleys are not affected.

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3 weeks ago

Most Flights At CHO Cancelled

Most of the flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday at CHO have been cancelled.

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3 weeks ago

UVA: Some Employees Were Hacked

The University of Virginia's Chief Operating Officer is notifying many academic division employees they are the victims of hackers.

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3 weeks ago

UVA Student Detained In North Korea

A UVA student, 21-year-old Otto Frederick Warmbier, has been detained in North Korea.

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3 weeks ago

Matthew Defense Motions Denied

The judge in the Hannah Graham murder case has ruled detectives were justified in seizing several items from Jesse Matthew's apartment.

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3 weeks ago

Dominion Contact Information

Dominion Virginia Power says it's ready to move crews around in response to any outages that might occur with the winter storm.

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3 weeks ago

Governor Declares State Of Emergency

Governor McAuliffe has declared a state of emergency in advance of the winter storm that moves in Friday.

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3 weeks ago

Check List For Snow Preparation

The local Emergency Communications Center has sent out a check list for preparing for big winter snowstorms.

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3 weeks ago

Forest Service Rejects Pipeline Route

The National Forest Service has rejected the proposed route of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline through federal land.

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3 weeks ago

Fire Damages House On Cleveland Avenue

The kitchen in a house on Cleveland Avenue was damaged by fire Wednesday.

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3 weeks ago

Cocaine, Guns Seized In JADE Raid

A man was arrested Wednesday after narcotics agents raided his apartment off East Rio Road.

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3 weeks ago

Early Voting Measure Rejected

A House of Delegates subcommittee has killed an early-voting measure.

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3 weeks ago

Signer To Hold Open Office Hours

Mayor Mike Signer will hold monthly open office hours beginning in February.

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3 weeks ago

Council Approves Landmark Resolution

The City Councilors voted 5-0 Tuesday night for a resolution that deals with the unfinished Landmark Hotel.

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3 weeks ago

Moran Unveils Funding Request

Albemarle School Superintendent Pam Moran has proposed a $174 million funding request, including an average raise of 2% for county teachers.

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3 weeks ago

UVA Men Bounce Back To Beat Clemson

UVA improves to 9-0 at home and 3-3 in the ACC with a gritty win over Clemson.

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3 weeks ago

PVCC To Hold Lockdown Drills

PVCC will hold two lockdown drills this Thursday.

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Amy-Sarah Marshall is the winner of this year's Q Award from the local Chamber of Commerce.

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A woman reports she was sexually assaulted February 4th on Brandon Avenue.

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