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Judge Hears Motions from Dion Phoenix's Attorney in Louisa County
Attorneys are hashing out details of the death penalty case against a man accused of taking part in the murder of a Louisa County Man.
Albemarle Co. Files Lawsuit Against Charlottesville Over Natural Area
Albemarle County is suing Charlottesville over biking at Ragged Mountain Natural Area. The county is asking a judge to keep its ban on biking in place.
Albemarle Celebrates Seniors who will Play in College
Albemarle High School celebrated 11 student-athletes on Wednesday who will continue their playing career in college.
Wednesday High School Sports Scores & Highlights
High School sports scores and highlights from across Central Virginia on Wednesday, April 26th.
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Democratic Primary Delegate Candidates Participate in Forum at UVA
With the June primary just over a month away, the two Democratic candidates vying for the 57th District delegate seat took part in a public forum at the University of Virginia Wednesday night.
Danielle Collins Beats Former UVA Teammate Julia Elbaba at Boyd Tinsley Tennis Classic
Collins beat Elbaba 6-1, 6-2 in the main singles draw. Collins advances to face the tournament's 4-seed Jaime Loeb, who played in college at North Carolina.
Chip Kelly Visits Virginia Football Team
The former Oregon, Philadelphia and San Francisco head coach has visited multiple college football programs over the past few weeks, including Navy, Texas A&M and New Mexico.
Piedmont Housing Alliance Hosts Discussion on Fair Housing
Piedmont Housing Alliance, along with Legal Aid Justice Center and the Office of Human Rights, held a discussion on affordable housing Wednesday night.
Report: Unsafe Levels of Fecal Bacteria in Shenandoah River
The Environmental Integrity Project says that more than 90 percent of the water-quality monitoring stations along the Shenandoah River have reported unsafe levels of fecal bacteria.