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Senator Warner wants high school kids to know more about college costs.
The homes sales are up across most of Virginia.
City Council has approved a settlement of about $125,000 in the panhandling case.
City Councilors are showing renewed interest in a citywide system of surveillance cameras.
A panel dealing with ABC operations has held its initial meeting.
The top man at the Supreme Court extends a deadline for George Huguely to appeal a murder conviction.
Richard Randolph launches his campaign for Albemarle Supervisor.
Creigh Deeds (D- Bath County) is asking voters to give him another term in the State Senate.
The Albemarle School Board chairman becomes a candidate for the State Senate.
There's speculation in some political circles that Jane Dittmar might want to run for Congress.
Absentee ballots are now being accepted for the Democrats' June 9th primary.
The bridge over the railroad tracks on Broomley Road in Ivy will be replaced beginning next week.
Attorney General Mark Herring has issued an opinion saying that new strict building standards should not be applied retroactively to existing abortion clinics.
City Police have accused a man of breaking into a residence on Blenheim Avenue.
The TSA says a man and a woman were caught with guns at two airports in the Washington area.
A federal agency will do a prescribed burn in the George Washington National Forest.
The Virginia Lottery introduces a new game with major cash prizes.
UVA will begin a championship quest in men's lacrosse Sunday.
A lengthy federal trial begins this week for several people accused of killing Kevin Wayne Quick.
Five people accused of murdering a Culpeper County man have court dates this week.