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Turner Trial Scheduled For January

Taneak Turner will go on trial for first degree murder in January.

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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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Augusta County Fire Claims Two Lives

A man and woman have died following a fire swept through their Augusta County home.

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Lawmakers Delay Vote On Gift Caps

The General Assembly has delayed a vote on ethics-related legislation until Friday.

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Bookkeeper Charged With Embezzlement

A woman who worked as a bookkeeper at a business in the city has been charged with embezzlement.

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Higher Albemarle Real Estate Tax Rate

Albemarle Supervisors have approved a new real estate tax rate of 81.9 cents.

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Increased Meals Tax In Next City Budget

A higher meals tax will be part of Charlottesville's next budget.

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New Veterans Centers Move Forward

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

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CAAR Releases First Quarter Sales Report

Area realtors say the median sales price for homes is about 5% higher than last year.

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Lewis Wins Jefferson Foundation Medal

A survivor of the Civil Rights era has won a Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal.

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NAACP Requests Data On Court Fines

NAACP requests data on court fines and speeding tickets.

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New Milestone At DNA Databank

Virginia law enforcement has reached a new milestone in terms of DNA hits.

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State Revenue Up

March collections were up 12% over last year.

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Victims’ Rights To Be Recognized

There will be a local event April 19th to recognize the rights of victims.

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Two Roads Closed In Separate Bridge Projects

Two local roads will be closed during separate bridge projects by VDOT.

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Tuition Hike Approved At JMU

Just like at several other state colleges, students at James Madison University will pay more tuition next year.

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Businessman Eyes Running For Supervisor

Richard Lloyd tells Republicans he's interested in the Rivanna Supervisor's seat.

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Clinton, Webb Put 2016 On Radar

Hillary Clinton and Jim Webb are among the Democrats with 2016 on their radar.

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State GOP Chair Speaks In Albemarle

New Virginia GOP Chairman John Whitbeck has spoken to local Republican activists.

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Bypass Paving Resumes This Week

There's more paving work this week on a stretch of the 250 Bypass.

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