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Governor Signs Order To Retrain ABC Agents

Governor McAuliffe has signed an executive order calling for retraining of ABC agents, among other changes.

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Two Virginians Killed In German Plane Crash

Two of the Americans killed in the crash of a German airliner were from Northern Virginia.

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Second Highest Virginia Wine Grape Harvest

Virginia had its second highest ever wine grape harvest in 2014.

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Albemarle 2nd Healthiest County In Virginia

The latest rankings show Albemarle is the second healthiest county in Virginia.

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City Police Arrest Two Burglary Suspects

Charlottesville Police have arrested two men on burglary charges.

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Fire Destroys House On Red Hill Road

Fire destroyed a house Tuesday night on Red Hill Road north of Scottsville.

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Elizabeth Daly Speaks Out On Johnson Case

Elizabeth Daly has commented on the Martese Johnson case.

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UVA Professors Mad About Johnson Case

An association of UVA professors is upset about what happened to Martese Johnson.

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Update: $125,000 Damage From Fire At Trump Winery

There was a fire Tuesday morning in the mechanical room at Trump Winery on Carters Mountain Road.

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Opposition To Closing Sweet Briar Grows

There's more organized opposition to closing Sweet Briar College.

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Civil War Land Near Williamsburg Preserved

Some land connected to a Civil War battlefield near Williamsburg is being preserved.

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Longo: Discrepancies In “Jackie’s” Claims

City Police Chief Tim Longo says there are several discrepancies in claims made by a woman who was the subject of the Rolling Stone article.

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Sullivan, Herring Statements On Rolling Stone Investigation

Both appreciate the Charlottesville Police Department’s due diligence.

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Johnson To Plead Not Guilty; Continuance Expected

Martese Johnson will plead not guilty Thursday, and the case likely will be continued until the end of May.

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State Police Thank Tipsters In Johnson Case

More than two dozen people have come forward with new information, including new video and photographs.

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UPDATE: Over $11,000 Raised For Martese Johnson

A fundraising effort for Martese Johnson has brought in over $11,000 by Monday afternoon.

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One Victim Of Staunton Fatal Fire Identified

State Police have released the identity of one of the two people killed in a house fire in Staunton.

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Greene County Man Charged With Burglary

The Greene Sheriff's Office has accused a man of several felonies.

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Joe Morrissey Now Running For State Senate

The lawmaker at the center of an underage sex scandal says his next goal is serving in the State Senate.

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UVA Loses To Spartans 60-54

UVA ends a second consecutive season with a NCAA Tournament loss to Michigan State.

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