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Home Prices Up, Overall Sales Down Slightly

The Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors has released home sale figures for the months of July, August and September.

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Hannah Graham’s Parents Issue Latest Statement

John and Susan Graham are asking property owners who have not already checked their land to do so now.

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Maureen McDonnell Requests Sentencing Delay

Maureen McDonnell is asking that her sentencing date be delayed.

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UVA African-American Cemetery To Be Commemorated

There will be a ceremony Thursday night to honor the African-American Cemetery at the University of Virginia.

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Lasers Monitoring Rotunda Renovation

Lasers are being used to make sure there's no dramatic shift in the Rotunda during the ongoing renovation.

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Complaints To City Council About Registrar’s Office

Some city taxpayers have complained to City Councilors about the registrar's office.

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Liberty, CNU Look Into How They Exchanged Information On Matthew

Liberty University and Christopher Newport University try to learn how they exchanged data on Jesse Matthew.

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CAT Ridership Takes Another Hit

There's been another ridership decline for Charlottesville Area Transit.

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Same-Sex Marriage Becomes Talk Show Fodder

Virginia's sudden status as a state where same-sex marriages are possible becomes Sunday talk show fodder.

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New Name Surfaces In Puckett Resignation Case

The name of Virginia's senior U.S. Senator has surfaced in a federal probe of Phil Puckett's resignation.

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Tuesday Is Registration Deadline For November Election

The deadline to register for the November 4th election is Tuesday afternoon.

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Small Train Derails In Staunton Park

A small train derailed Saturday in Staunton's Gypsy Hill Park, injuring a young boy.

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NASA Launches Rocket For Uncle Sam From Eastern Shore

NASA has a successful launch from its Wallops Island facility.

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Loved Ones Of Missing People Come To Weekend Events

Groups that help the relatives and friends of missing people attended events in Nelson County and Charlottesville.

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McAuliffe Officiates At Gay Wedding; Issues Executive Order

Terry McAuliffe has made history by becoming Virginia's first Governor to preside over a same-sex marriage.

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Shenandoah County Educator Honored As Teacher Of Year

An agriculture teacher in Shenandoah County has won statewide recognition.

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Sales Tax Holiday On Energy-Efficient Items

You won't have to pay the state sales tax this weekend if you buy certain things.

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School Bus Accident In Louisa – No Injuries

There were no injuries when a Louisa County school bus was hit by a pickup truck Thursday morning.

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Task Force On College Sexual Violence Begins Mission

Task Force On Sexual Violence At Colleges begins its mission.

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New Details About Route 29 Improvements

Former VDOT Commissioner Philip Shucet has shared details of 29 North improvements with an advisory panel.

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