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Saying Farewell: Last Call for Escafe
Escafe has been a go-to spot for many people in the Charlottesville community. But, on Saturday the nightlife spot will say 'last call' for the final time. A new owner has taken over and several units along Water Street and the Downtown Mall and businesses are getting the boot for an IT company.
Death from Flu Reported at UVA Medical Center
The UVA Medical Center says one of its patients has died from the flu. The center has so far seen a total of 450 lab-confirmed cases of the flu.
Va. House and Senate Pass Medical Cannabis Oil Bills, Northam Expected to Sign
Virginia's Senate and House of Delegates have passed bills to allow more people to legally use cannabis oil for medical purposes.
Friday's High School Basketball Scores & Highlights
High School basketball scores and highlights from across Central Virginia on Friday, February 16th.
Albemarle County Police Investigate Fatal Crash on Rio Road
Albemarle County Police Department Press Release: The Albemarle County Police Department is investigating the third fatal vehicle crash of 2018.
UVA Hockey Plays One Last Time in Main Street Arena Before Spring Demolition
This weekend marks the end of an era for hockey players and ice skaters in downtown Charlottesville.
Bryan Silva Sentenced in Charlottesville Circuit Court
The man who prompted an hours-long stand-off with Charlottesville police in January was sentenced on Tuesday.
Skier lost in New York doesn't know how he got to California
Police on Wednesday were trying to piece together how a 49-year-old skier whose disappearance sparked a massive search on a snowy New York mountainside ended up six days later in California, confused and still in ski clothes.
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50th Anniversary of 911 System: ECC says Technology Makes Calls Harder to Trace
On February 16, 1968, operators in Haleyville, Alabama answered the first 911 call. On this 50th anniversary, we took a look at how changing technology has affected the 911 system.