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Driver Killed In Crash In Nelson

A vehicle that was heading north on Route 29 in Nelson County was consumed in a fire early Saturday.


Cville Makes Best Places To Retire List

The Charlottesville area has once again been named one of the best places in the U.S. to retire.

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Western Bypass Land Now For Sale

The western bypass properties are officially on the market.

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Serious Injury Results In More Charges

A woman has been charged with additional offenses following an accident.

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UVA Issues Alert After Rugby Rd. Incident

UVA has issued an alert following a woman's report of being assaulted by a man in the 100-block of Rubgy Road, north of the Beta Bridge.

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Police Release Speed Enforcement Areas

City Police are pledging to be a presence this week on four major streets, and Locust Avenue made the list for a second time.

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Officials Believe Goland Hoards Animals

Orange County officials believe a Somerset woman who's accused of cruelty to animals was a hoarder.

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Shipp Wins Backing Of Marshall

Incumbent Albemarle Clerk of Circuit Court Debbie Shipp has gained the endorsement of her predecessor, Shelby Marshall.

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McAuliffe Doubts He Will Be On ’16 Ticket

Governor McAuliffe says he doubts he would be fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton's choice for vice-president in 2016.

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UVA Outlasts Georgia Tech, 27-21

Matt Johns throws go-ahead touchdown pass to Canaan Severin in the third quarter.

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Area Residents Celebrate Halloween

Area residents celebrated Halloween in many venues, including the Downtown Mall.

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Brother Of Ex-President Speaks At UVA

The last surviving brother of former President Richard Nixon spoke Friday evening at the University of Virginia.

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Errors On Many Albemarle Tax Bills

Albemarle County says corrected tax bills will be mailed out on Monday.

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Peeping Tom Suspect Arrested

City Police have charged a man with being a peeping tom.

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Lawsuit Against Prosecutor Denise Lunsford

A plaintiff contends a $3200 fee to obtain records on Mark Weiner's vacated abduction conviction unreasonable.

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CRHA Director Plans To Leave

The woman who's managed the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority since 2012 is leaving.

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Kaine Promotes Gun Control Measure

Virginia's junior U.S. Senator is promoting a federal gun control proposal.

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Rutherford Helps Challenge Plate Recall

The Rutherford Institute is assisting in a challenge to Virginia's recall of license plates with the image of the Confederate battle flag.

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UVA Picked # 2 In ACC Preseason Poll

Hoos picked to finish second in the ACC behind North Carolina.

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Local Jobless Rate Drops Again

The local jobless rate continues to decline.

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