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Rail Advocates Discuss Second Amtrak Run

Virginia rail advocates say our area will eventually get another AMTRAK train.

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Smith Condemns Profane Outbursts At Council Meeting

Vice-Mayor Dede Smith has condemned the profane language some people used at a December City Council morning.

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City Police Investigate Monday Night Robbery

Charlottesville Police investigate a Monday robbery on 10th Street, N.W.

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Recent Gas Tax Hike Not Noticed Yet

The impact of a January 1st statewide gas tax increase has not shown up yet at the pumps .

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Parties Restored At UVA Fraternities

All social activities will be reinstated, provided the FOA addenda be signed by the president or a designee from each fraternity and sorority by January 16.

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Two Years In Prison For Bob McDonnell

Former Governor Bob McDonnell has been sentenced to two years in prison after being convicted of corruption charges.

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O’Brien Retiring From Coaching After 40 Years

Tom O’Brien is retiring from coaching. The following news release was sent out Tuesday morning from virginiasports.com: Charlottesville, Va. –…

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Green Light To Check Out Downtown Security Cameras

To the dismay of some civil libertarians, the City Council has told the Police Chief to explore getting a network of security cameras for the Downtown Mall.

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YMCA Granted Another One-Year Extension

City councilors have granted the YMCA another one-year extension to arrange financing for their project.

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Warner Name Continues On Road Through McIntire Park

City councilors have agreed to name roadway through McIntire Park for John Warner.

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Hurt Outlines Goals For 2015; Gets Grilled About Boehner

Congressman Robert Hurt has revealed his goals for this year.

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Court Hearings Later This Week for Matthew

Jesse Matthew will be in Fairfax Circuit Court Thursday and Friday for motions hearings.

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CJR: Rolling Stone Article Worst Of 2014

The Columbia Journalism Review says last November's Rolling Stone piece about UVA was the worst journalism of 2014

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Lawmakers Battle Attorney General On Tuition

Two state lawmakers want to challenge the Attorney General's directive on tuition for undocumented students.

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Former Delegate Murray Passes Away

94-year old former Delegate Jim Murray (D- Albemarle) has died at his Earlysville home.

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Virginia Women Win ACC Opener

The Virginia women's basketball team won 62-47 against Virginia Tech.

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City Wants Old Christmas Trees At Curbside

Charlottesville will begin collecting discarded Christmas trees Monday morning.

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Sullivan Made List Of Those Who Wrote Judge About McDonnell

UVA President Teresa Sullivan appears on a list of Virginians who wrote to a federal judge about Bob McDonnell.

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City Police Car In Collision On Preston Avenue

Charlottesville Police say one of their patrol vehicles was involved in a Thursday night collision.

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Publication Raises Questions About Webb PAC

A national publication is raising some questions about former Virginia Senator Jim Webb.

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