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Suspect in Days Inn Shooting Charged with Second-Degree Murder
Xavier Grant Murphy has been charged with second-degree murder following the fatal shooting of Tatiana Wells at the Days Inn Hotel on Emmett St., Friday.
CPD: 1 Dead, 1 in Custody Following Shooting at Days Inn
A woman has been pronounced dead after she was shot on Friday, June 22, at the Days Inn in Charlottesville.
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Flood Cleanup Continues in Central Virginia
VDOT crews were out in force Saturday morning to begin repairs to roads damaged by the torrential rains and flooding of the past several days. Greene and Madison counties were hard hit but multiple roads are also closed in Albemarle, Culpeper, Fauquier, Fluvanna, Louisa, Orange, and Rappahannock counties.
Harrisonburg Police Investigate Officer-Involved Shooting at Chili's
Officers with the Harrisonburg Police Department responded to a male brandishing a knife at Chili's on Friday, June 22.
Jack Salt Named to New Zealand FIBA World Cup Qualifier Team
Virginia redshirt senior center Jack Salt has been named to the New Zealand National Team for a pair of FIBA World Cup qualifying games.
Two Men in Recovery After Rescue from Jefferson Theater Roof
Two men were rescued from the roof of the Jefferson Theater on Friday morning.
Albemarle Amateur Radio Club Joins 35,000 Others Across the U.S. for Field Day 2018
The Albemarle Amateur Radio Club is joining 35,000 other ham radio operators across the country for the Field Day 2018 event held at the Earlysville Volunteer Fire Company.
Flooding Problems Permeate Staunton Due to Heavy Rains
All of this recent heavy rain has resulted in flooding problems in Staunton. Many power lines have fallen during the storms, which left many roads in the area closed on Friday, June 22.
Young Immigrants Detained in Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center Allege Abuse
Immigrant children housed at a juvenile detention center in Virginia say they were beaten while handcuffed and locked up for long periods in solitary confinement, left nude in concrete cells.