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Dumler Law License Revoked

The disciplinary board of the Virginia State Bar has revoked the law license of Chris Dumler.

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African-American Cemetery Re-Dedicated

Local residents have re-dedicated the Bowles family cemetery in the Belvedere subdivision.

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Sabato Reacts To Attorney General Choice

UVA Professor Larry Sabato has reacted to President Obama's choice for a new U.S. Attorney General.

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Repair Team Solves Problem With Voting Machine

Albemarle Registrar Jake Washburne says a repair team has solved a problem with a voting machine.

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Women’s Four-Miler Raises Record Amount

The 22nd annual Women's Four Miler brought in $375,000.

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Relatively Few Voters Showed No Identification November 4th

Relatively few voters had to use provisional ballots after they had no ID on election day.

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Gillespie Concedes To Warner In Nail-Biter Senate Election

Republican U.S. Senate nominee Ed Gillespie has conceded to Democrat Mark Warner in the U.S. Senate race.

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City Registrar Sheri Iachetta Resigns

Embattled Charlottesville Registrar Sheri Iachetta is resigning effective December 31st.

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Forensic Evidence In Matthew’s Fairfax Case Was DNA

A new report gives details of the forensic evidence in a Fairfax County case where Jesse Matthew is charged with rape.

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Shucet: Rio-29 Upgrade Must Be In 2016

Former VDOT Commissioner Philip Shucet says the most expensive part of the 29 improvments must happen in 2016.

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Plans For Police Substation On University Corner

The University and Charlottesville Police are working on setting up a police substation on the University Corner.

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Film Festival Attracts Big Opening Night Crowd

A large crowd of movie buffs shows up for the opening night of the Virginia Film Festival.

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Vice-Mayor Won’t Back Any Plan Discouraging Feedback

Vice-Mayor Dede Smith has told the Schilling Show she won't accept any plan that discourages feedback from city residents.

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Reported Sexual Assaults Double At UVA

The number of sex offenses reported at UVA more than doubled in a one-year period.

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Dominion Virginia Power Updates Website

Customers of Dominion Virginia Power will find a new website with more features.

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Warner’s Unofficial Lead Exceeds 16,000 Votes

Incumbent Mark Warner's lead in the U.S. Senate race now exceeds 16,000.

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PVCC Could Still Lose State Money Next Year

PVCC could lose state money during its next academic year.

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PEC: Misinformation Surrounding Upcoming 29 North Work

An environmental group accuses businesses of trying to mislead the public about Route 29 projects.

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Dominion Pipeline Project Has New Opponent

A pipeline project that Dominion Virginia Power wants to build has a new opponent.

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State GOP Chair To Retire

State Republican Chairman Pat Mullins plans to retire soon.

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