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Louisa County Man Convicted of First-Degree Murder Charges
A Louisa County Jury convicted Gregory Veres of first-degree murder and felony hit-and-run while recommending the maximum sentence under the law of life plus 10 years.
Augusta County Names 2 New Deputy Commonwealth's Attorneys
Augusta County has a pair of new deputy commonwealth's attorneys.
Court Tosses Permit for Atlantic Coast Pipeline to Cross Appalachian Trail
A federal appeals court has invalidated a permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to cross two national forests, including parts of the Appalachian Trail.
Thursday's High School Basketball Scores & Highlights
High School basketball scores and highlights from across Central Virginia on Thursday, December 13th.
Charlottesville Police Investigating Bomb Threat Emails
Businesses in the City of Charlottesville and surrounding areas have received emails threatening to detonate a bomb in the recipients’ workplace unless they transfer $20,000 into a Bitcoin account.
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Albemarle County School Board Reviews Student-Drafted Anti-Racism Policy
Albemarle County Public Schools is moving toward a final proposal on how best to keep racism out of the classroom.
Charlottesville Homeless Shelter Asking for Support from Community
Cold weather is setting in, forcing Charlottesville's homeless to search for warmth. The Haven is asking the community for help to make sure these people have what they need.
Community Comes Together to Help Disabled Charlottesville Woman
Neighbors and volunteers step up to help a disabled Charlottesville woman clear her sidewalk after sharing her concerns about the city's 24 hour snow and ice removal policy.
Features Added to Proposed Plans for Emmet Street Corridor
Plans to make the Emmet Street corridor in Charlottesville more inviting are still on the way.