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UPDATE: ACPD Recaptures Escaped Inmate
The Albemarle County Police Department is actively searching for Matthew Carver, who they say escaped custody Friday evening while being transported to Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.
Sources: 4,000 People May Fill Emancipation Park During August Rally
Police sources say they are expecting thousands of people to crowd around Emancipation Park during a planned controversial rally next month.
ACPD: Palmyra Man Charged with Indecent Liberties with a Minor
Kevin Lee Powell is charged with two felony counts of indecent liberties with a minor and four felony counts of forcible sodomy of a minor.
Total Solar Eclipse Expected to Happen in a Month
In exactly a month, there will be a total eclipse but people in Charlottesville won’t be able to see it without a pair of special glasses that block ultraviolet rays.
STAB Lax Players Starring on National Stage
In a nationally televised national championship lacrosse game, St. Anne's-Belfield rising juniors Connor Shellenberger and Michael McGraw teamed up to deliver a victory for their team.
Nathaniel Hise Enters Alford Plea in Involuntary Manslaughter Case
Nineteen-year-old Nathaniel Hise is going to prison for his part in a crash that killed his father, Hise entered a Alford plea.
Regulators Release Environmental Assessment of Atlantic Coast Pipeline
An environmental assessment of the proposed Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline finds the project would have some adverse effects, including impacts on water resources.
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ACPD: Body Found Along Route 250 Bypass Believed to be Suicide
The Albemarle County Police Department says it is now investigating a body found along Route 250 Bypass over the weekend as a suicide.
CPD: Vandalism of Lee Statue Not Caught on Surveillance Camera
Charlottesville police say the camera that was supposed to be on the Lee statue had been turned, and as a result, the they do not have video of the vandalism.