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Update: Staunton Police Find Dog, Looking for Stolen Car
The Staunton Police Department has found a missing dog but still needs your help finding a stolen car.
Businesses Taking Part in Unity Cville, JMRL Branch Closing Due to Aug. Rally
Some businesses and organizations in Charlottesville are standing together in response to the upcoming Unite the Right rally at Emancipation Park on August 12.
Suspect Murphy Could Face Death Penalty in Louisa Co. Murder Case
Darcel Murphy, one of three men charged in a Louisa County murder case, was back in court July 24 for legal wrangling ahead of his trial.
Police: Officers Kill Man Carrying Knife, Ax in Richmond
Authorities say police fatally shot a man carrying an ax and a long knife in Virginia's capital city.
Broadway Man Charged in Connection to Rockingham County Vandalism
Authorities have charged Christopher A. Nesselrodt with principal to destroy property, conspiracy to destroy property, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor
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Armed Robbers Receive Sentencing in Charlottesville Federal Court
Four of the six people convicted for their roles in a string of armed robberies will be sentenced July 25 in separate hearings throughout the day.
Greene County Public Schools Proposing $28M Improvement Projects
Greene County Public Schools is proposing $28 million in projects to improve safety on the Stanardsville campus and reduce crowding in the county's middle and high schools.
Strong Storm Damages Orange County Fairgrounds
People in Orange County are cleaning up the damage from a strong storm that brought pounding rain and swirling winds to the county fair.
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.