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Albemarle Co. Police Investigating Murder-Suicide Involving Brothers
Albemarle County police are investigating a domestic murder-suicide that left two brothers dead.
Charlottesville Man Charged with Aggravated Sexual Battery
Keith Scott is charged with felony aggravated sexual battery, assault and battery, petit larceny, and destruction of property.
Staunton Man Charged in Connection to Ames Street Shooting
Police have arrested Dwight Woodard, charging him with shooting with intent to main or kill by mob, aggravated malicious wounding, as well as other charges.
Anti-Pipeline Hikers Reach Halfway Point Along Project's Route
Anti-pipeline hikers are celebrating reaching the halfway point on their 150-mile trek across the Shenandoah Valley and central Virginia.
Virginia Department of Corrections Dealing with Vacancies
The Virginia Department of Corrections is struggling with employee turnover. The department says it is having a hard time retaining officers because of the compensation.
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New Report: Virginia's Landfills Added 1.3 Million Extra Tons in 2016
A new report shows Virginia's landfills added an extra 1.3 million tons of solid waste in the past year, which a spokesman says is stable.
Activists Concerned About Charlottesville Police Tactics Deliver Letter
Self-proclaimed leftist activists in Charlottesville hand-delivered a letter to the police department claiming officers are showing racial prejudice prior to the upcoming KKK rally.
Update: Defendant in Charlottesville Murder Case Enters Alford Pleas
Gene Everett Washington, the man accused of murdering an Albemarle County school teacher and her teenage daughter, has entered Alfords pleas.
Human Rights Commission: Charlottesville City Council Made Mistake Renaming Lee Park
Members of Charlottesville’s Human Rights Commission are hoping city councilors will reconsider their decision to rename Lee Park to Emancipation Park as the name was not on a list of names submitted by the community.