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Charlottesville Chipotle Locations' Registers Hacked
Chipotle is releasing new details about a data breach affecting customers who paid with credit cards; hackers hit both Charlottesville stores.
Nelson Co. Sheriff Investigating Murder Incident on Grandmas Hill Road
The Nelson County Sheriff's Office has arrested and charged one man with second-degree murder after a shooting that left one victim dead early Saturday morning.
Charlottesville Man Launches Campaign for 5th District Seat in 2018
A Charlottesville man is running to unseat 5th District Rep. Tom Garrett (R) in 2018. Adam Slate announced his candidacy on social media.
Greene County Student and School Resource Officer Involved in Altercation
Greene County School leaders are looking into an incident that occurred in the lunchroom at William Monroe High School.
Central Va. River Companies Urging Caution from Rising Water Levels
River levels in central Virginia are running high from all the recent rain, and companies that take people out on the water for fun are urging caution.
Albe. Co. Farm Owner Offers Insight on Race in Viral Facebook Post
A central Virginia farmer's post is going viral right now on social media. Chris Newman, owner of Sylvanaqua Farms in Albemarle County, posted a message about race relations.
State Police: 1 Arrested After Special Agent Shot, Killed in Richmond
Virginia State Police are mourning the death of Special Agent Michael Walter, who was killed in a shooting Friday night in Richmond.
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People to Receive Wilderness and First Aid Certification After Course
People in central Virginia are walking away from a wilderness course with first aid disaster certifications after just two days of training. The course brings life-saving education to cities along the East Coast.
Charlottesville Rape Suspect Makes First Appearance in Court
A judge continued the case for Matthew Buckland, the man charged with rape in Charlottesville because Buckland is not in town yet.