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Civil Rights Suit That Stemmed From Hash Case Gets Dismissed

The civil rights lawsuit that began following the Michael Wayne Hash has been dismissed.

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Crozet Harris Teeter Fire Caused By Employee Playing With Sparklers

Albemarle investigators say the cause of the fire at the Crozet Harris Teeter was an employee playing with sparklers.

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Randy Taylor Pleads Guilty to Grand Larceny

The convicted murderer got caught by talking about the stolen items during jailhouse phone calls

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Big Jump In Local, State Jobless Rates

There was a big increase in the unemployment rate from April to May.

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Push For Local Solar Power Underway

An effort called "Solarize Charlottesville" is underway.

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Homicide Suspect Gray Surrenders

Homicide suspect Avery Fernando Gray, Jr., has surrendered to a magistrate.

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Grand Jury Indicts Henrico Delegate Morrissey

A Richmond area grand jury has indicted Delegate Joe Morrissey (D- Henrico County).

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JMRL Libraries Have New Rules On Phones, Food

A new era has started for our region's public libraries.

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Relay Foods Gets Grant To Help With Headquarters Expansion

Governor McAuliffe came to Relay Foods Monday to highlight state support for the company's expansion.

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Three Regions To Have August 19th Special Elections

Special elections wil happen in August in Tidewater, Northern Virginia, and Southwest Virginia.

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Virginians React To Supreme Court Decision

Governor McAuliffe is among those reacting to a Monday ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Fire At Harris Teeter In Crozet

A fire early Monday morning damaged part of the Harris Teeter in Crozet.

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Murder In Gordonsville – Suspect Arrested

The Orange County Sheriff's Office has charged a Gordonsville man with first-degree murder.

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Man Shot, Wounded In Culpeper

Culpeper Police have charged 31-year-old Christopher H. Jackson with malicious wounding.

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Augusta Supervisor Challenging Senator Hanger Next Year

Five-term State Senator Emmett Hanger will face a challenge for the GOP nomination in 2015.

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Virginia Organizing Protest Rally In House Speaker District

Virginia Organizing held a silent vigil in the district of House of Delegates Speaker Bill Howell.

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Monticello Prepares For Independence Day Crowd

The estate of Thomas Jefferson is getting ready for another Fourth of July celebration.

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VDOT Will Shut Down Work Zones Beginning Thursday

VDOT will place many highway projects on pause beginning Thursday afternoon.

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Albemarle Officials Offer Advice For Dealing With Lightning

The Albemarle Fire Marshal's Office has advice regarding lightning storms.

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Free Enterprise Forum Fights Proposal Involving Fry’s Spring

The Free Enterprise Forum views a proposal dealing with areas in Fry's Spring as a blow against property rights.

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