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Councilors Learn About Homeless

City Councilors get an update on area homelessness.

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Giles Named Small Businessperson Of Year

The top man at Professional Movers is this year's Small Business Person Of The Year.

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Rally Against Domestic Violence

Area residents highlight the battle against domestic violence and sexual misconduct.

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Police Investigate Sexual Assault Report

UVA Police investigate a woman's report she was sexually assaulted on Brandon Avenue.

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City Releases Data On Race, Ethnicity

Charlottesville has data involving local race and ethnicity.

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Culpeper Woman Drops Bid For State Senate

A Culpeper woman abandons her campaign for the State Senate.

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FOI Request Shows Complaints Against ABC Agents

A freedom of information request reveals three complaints against ABC agents since 2010.

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FBI Acknowledges Flawed Results From Labs

The FBI says flawed hair matches done in its labs could have convicted innocent people.

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UVA Women Golfers Claim First ACC Championship

UVA women golfers win their first-ever ACC championship.

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UVA Wins Miami Series; Hosts Longwood

After taking two of three from Miami, the UVA baseball team prepares for a busy week.

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Lawmakers Approve $100 Gift Cap

The General Assembly approves a revised cap on gifts from lobbyists.

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Kaine Reacts To 8th Anniversary Of Massacre

Tim Kaine uses 8th anniversary of the Virginia Tech massacre to promote gun control.

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Shucet Likes Progress On Signal System

Philip Shucet says VDOT's making significant progress creating a signal system on 29 North.

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UVA Community Takes Back The Night

A rally, a march and a vigil were held to remember victims of sexual violence.

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Rockland Avenue Fire Displaces Five People

A fire on Rockland Avenue in Charlottesville displaces five people.

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House Could Not Override McAuliffe Veto

Delegate Rob Bell and his allies could not get enough votes to override a veto by the Governor.

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Health Officials Get Reports Of Mumps Cases

The Thomas Jefferson Health District is getting reports of mumps cases in our area.

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New Injunction Against Sweet Briar College

A judge won't block the college from closing its doors, but he did order it to not spend charitable donations on the costs of closure.

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New Quinnipiac Survey Results

A new Quinnipiac poll shows how Virginians feel about marijuana and top politicians.

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New Veterans Centers Move Forward

Virginia is going ahead with plans for veterans' health centers.

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Library Board Gets Complaints About Display

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Our area's library board hears complaints about a display at the Central Library.

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Lockdown At Gordonsville School

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The elementary school in Gordonsville was locked down as a precaution Monday morning.

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UVA Investigates Racially Motivated Assault

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UVA Police are investigating a reported shoving incident involving racially-motivated words.

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CNU Poll: Bush Leading Clinton In Virginia

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A new poll from Christopher Newport University shows Jeb Bush leading Hillary Clinton by two percentage points.

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Certain Fees Going Up At SNP

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It's costing more to get into Shenandoah National Park.