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Revised Timetable For Rio At 29 Interchange

There's a new timetable for the Rio at 29 interchange project.

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PVCC Names Its Commencement Speaker

Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton will speak to PVCC's 2015 graduates.

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Elected Officials Weigh In On Corner Incident

Some elected officials are reacting to the Martese Johnson incident on the UVA Corner.

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UVA Women Lose In First Round Of WNIT

The Cavalier Women's season ends at ODU.

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Martese Johnson: “How Could This Happen?”

The UVA student arrested on the Corner says the scars on his face and head will heal, but the trauma will state with him forever.

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Chief Longo Addresses Martese Johnson Arrest

Charlottesville’s police chief to hold new meetings with students and other law enforcement representatives.

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ABC Arrest Investigation Officially Underway

Martese Johnson’s arrest now the subject of a criminal investigation, as well.

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Outlook Might Be Bleak For Public Housing Tenants

An advocate for public housing fears prospects are bleak for some tenants.

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UVA Student Arrest Sparks Anger, Controversy

UVA winds up in the spotlight again after ABC agents arrested a 20-year-old student Wednesday morning on the Corner.

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Recently Fired Weatherman Speaks Out

A recently fired TV weatherman tells Schilling Show listeners why he lost his job.

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Sierra Club Urges City To Create Pesticide Policy

The local Sierra Club is trying to prod the city into creating a new pesticide policy.

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Columbia Voters Agree To Unincorporation

Columbia voters say yes to unincorporation.

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No Noise Ordinance For Scottsville

Scottsville's elected leaders have rejected a proposed noise ordinance.

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Forest Service Says Yes To Pipeline Surveyors

The U.S. Forest Service gives Atlantic Coast Pipeline surveyors a green light.

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Virginia Jobless Rate Inches Lower

The statewide jobless rate has inched down again.

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Judge Tosses Part Of Lawsuit Against Tinsley

A Richmond Circuit Court judge has tossed out a portion of a lawsuit against Boyd Tinsley.

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Judge Spurns VEA Efforts To Halt Data Release

A Richmond judge has spurned efforts by the VEA and its Loudoun County affiliate.

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Creigh Deeds Wins Award From Psychologists

State Senator Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) wins an award from psychologists.

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Pierce Wins Major Regional Award

The leader of our region's Boys and Girls Club wins a major award.

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City Okays Skateboard Facility Design

Local skateboarders welcome City Council's green light for a facility at McIntire Park.

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Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Nick Boynton warms up before facing the Colorado Avalanche in an NHL hockey game in Denver on Monday, Feb. 4, 2008.

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