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Tuesday's High School Basketball Scores & Highlights
Here are some of the high school sports scores from Tuesday night.
Family of Girl Recovering from Heart Transplant Receives New Car
A little girl recovering from her second heart transplant received a late Christmas present. On Tuesday, January 16, Layla Gross and her family received a free, refurbished, and reliable car that will help her make her doctor's appointments.
Charlottesville City Council Takes Suggestions to Meeting Changes from Public
Charlottesville City Council heard from the public Tuesday night on how people want to restructure the way meetings are run.
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Federal Trial Date Set for Former CHS Teacher Charged with Child Porn
Richard Wellbeloved-Stone, a former Charlottesville High School teacher accused of child pornography, now has a trial date set in federal court.
Charlottesville Looking to Improve Ridge Street Neighborhood Intersection
The city of Charlottesville is looking at ways to make a main drag that cuts through downtown to get out to the interstate less congested and safer for drivers and pedestrians.
Former UVa Star Malcolm Brogdon Adjusts to New Role in Second NBA Season
Former University of Virginia basketball star Malcolm Brogdon has avoided a sophomore slump and is having a solid second season in the NBA.
VDOT Prepares Roads for Forecast Wintry Weather
The Virginia Department of Transportation’s Culpeper District is preparing for a winter storm that is forecast to sweep across Virginia overnight Tuesday and early Wednesday morning.
Humility Still Key as UVA Basketball Rises to No. 2 Ranking
The Virginia basketball team climbed one-spot to No. 2 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll released on Monday.
Blue Ridge Poison Center Warns Public of the Asia-Based Plant Kratom
The Charlottesville-based Blue Ridge Poison Center and the Food and Drug Administration are putting out a warning for the deadly risks associated with the plant Kratom.